NEW HIRES
Jody Hamilton was named vice president, retail regional manager for Camden National Bank’s southern Maine market.
Hamilton previously worked at Gorham Savings Bank as vice president, senior regional bank manager for 11 years.

Jill Hibyan and Natalie Solotoff joined R. M. Davis in Portland.
Hibyan was hired as vice president and portfolio manager. Previously, Hibyan was vice president and portfolio manager at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management and assistant vice president at State Street Global Advisors.

Solotoff joined as trust and wealth management services counsel. Previously, she worked as a senior manager at Baker Newman Noyes in Portland.

 

Perry, Fitts, Boulette, and Fitton CPAs in Bath and Oakland recently hired Gail Halliday as an administrative assistant.
Halliday, of Oakland, worked previously as a customer service representative and inventory clerk at Dead River Co.

PROMOTIONS
Mercy Hospital promoted Michael Duffy, M.D., to senior physician executive, the hospital’s most senior medical position.
Since 2010, Dr. Duffy has assumed roles that include regional physician executive of Mercy Hospital and medical director of primary care. He also served as the vice president of the Mercy Medical Group since 2016.

Maine Coast Memorial Hospital and Blue Hill Memorial Hospital appointed Kristin Cyr as the new senior nursing executive and vice president of patient care services.
Cyr most recently served as the EMHS director of compliance, and had the opportunity to work with both hospitals in that role. Prior to joining the EMHS Compliance team in 2014, Cyr worked for 13 years in various clinical and leadership roles at Eastern Maine Medical Center.

SeniorsPlus announced the promotion of two employees in its Lewiston office.
Holly Zielinski was promoted to chief operating officer. Zielinski was previously director of community services. She brings more than 20 years of experience working with older adults.
Tracy Smith, a provider contracts supervisor, was promoted to policy and contracts manager within EIM, the organization’s homecare coordination service area.

AWARDS and RECOGNITIONS
Ellen DaCorte, R.N., has been nominated for the Maine Hospital Association’s Caregiver of the Year award.
DaCorte has served her community for more than 20 years.

 

The American College of Health Care Administrators honored Jim Adamowicz, administrator of Piper Shores in Scarborough, with the 2018 Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award.
Adamowicz, of Falmouth, has been chief executive officer of Piper Shores since 2013. Under his leadership, the organization added a $14 million memory care and assisted living residence and recently a 2,800-square-foot arts center.

The National Association of Medical Examiners granted Maine’s Office of Chief Medical Examiner full accreditation, citing it as “one of the best medical examiner offices in the country.”
The 12-person office is led by Mark Flomenbaum, M.D., Ph.D., who was appointed by Gov. Paul LePage in August 2014 after serving as deputy chief.
According to a statement, the medical examiner’s office has reduced the backlog of cases from multiple hundreds to zero; reduced turnaround time for case completion from four to five months to less than three to four weeks; upgraded and improved mortuary equipment to increase efficiency and protect health of staff; and created a new position to manage and track data for demographic, statistical, and other forensic purposes.

BOARD APPOINTMENTS
Trademark Federal Credit Union announced that Melanie Daigle was elected to its board of directors. Previously, Daigle served on the credit union’s supervisory committee.

In June, the following board directors were appointed to fill unexpired terms: Blaine

Blaine Gonthier

Gonthier, logistics analyst for retail business services; and Alyson Leeper, private brand

Alyson Leeper

specialist for Delhaize.

 

 

 

 

Pamela Rudman

The supervisory committee added a new member, Pam Rudman, senior corporate auditor for Ahold Delhaize.

 

 

 

Kennebunk Savings elected Paul Gurney to its board of directors.
Gurney, of Alfred, is a software architect and developer and the founder of Expression Computing.

 

Infinity FCU elected the following people to its board of directors.
Sam Novick was re-elected to the board as chair. He has a long history of community involvement holding leadership roles such as president of Portland Kiwanis Club, president of Temple Beth El, and board member of United Way of Greater Portland.
Kate Caron was re-elected to the board as vice chair. Caron is a licensed real estate agent working for The Real Estate Network.

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