3D Mammography Now Available at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital

    Maine Coast Memorial Hospital (MCMH) is pleased to announce that 3D mammography is now available to the community. Early detection and accurate diagnosis are the keys to beating breast cancer. Women in the greater Ellsworth community now have an advantage in both of these critical areas thanks to the addition of the latest in breast health technology at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital. Funds raised by MCMH’s Chef’s Gala last April and through private donations, have enabled the hospital’s imaging department to purchase new, state-of-the-art equipment.

    Maine Coast Memorial Hospital 26th Annual Poinsettia Ball Hailed as a Success

    Maine Coast Memorial Hospital 26th Annual Poinsettia Ball hailed as a SuccessNearly $60,000 raised to support cancer patients

    Twentieth Annual Schoodic Scramble

    The Twentieth Annual Schoodic Scramble, a benefit for the Eleanor Widener Dixon Memorial Clinic in Gouldsboro - an outpatient clinic of Maine Coast Memorial Hospital - was played on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at the Grindstone Neck Golf Course in Winter Harbor.  Eighty-four golfers enjoyed this great golf outing sponsored by Edith Dixon and Vicki and Alan Goldstein.  Scramble proceeds of more than $26,000 will be used to refurbish exam rooms at the clinic.

    Ronan Officially Named President of Blue Hill Memorial Hospital and Maine Coast Memorial Hospital

    Blue Hill and Ellsworth, Maine – (August 17, 2017) – M. Michelle Hood, FACHE, president and CEO of EMHS announced today that John Ronan, FACHE, has been named president of Blue Hill Memorial Hospital and Maine Coast Memorial Hospital. Ronan has led Blue Hill since 2014 and has been acting president at Maine Coast since late 2016.  In making the announcement, Hood said she recognizes Ronan’s excellent work in overseeing the critical leadership needs of both Blue Hill and Maine Coast. “John has been instrumental in the ongoing integration of business and clinical services as well as planning for the future of health delivery service in Hancock County. Unifying leadership of the two hospitals ensures a big picture view,” she said. The community leadership at both hospitals praised the decision. Deb Ehrlenbach, chair of the Maine Coast Memorial Hospital Board of Directors, said board members fully support John in this permanent role. “I am so very pleased with his strong commitment to our hospital. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with John this past year and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship. The board is excited about Maine Coast’s future and our ability to realize its mission of improving our communities with excellence in healthcare.” And Gordon Stewart, chair of the Board of Trustees at Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, called Ronan a leader who gets things done. “He has extensive healthcare management experience and is committed to Hancock County healthcare. I know John will also contribute greatly to the success of Maine Coast."  Ronan, who has served in various roles with EMHS for more than 20 years, said he is excited about the possibilities before both hospitals. “The ability to plan services for the long-term benefit of Hancock County is a once in a generation opportunity, and I am thrilled to be a part of it. And, as I have so often said, I am most fortunate to have found my dream job in a region I love and at a health system I respect.” Ronan holds a BS in Business Administration from University of Maine, an MBA with healthcare concentration and a Master’s of Science in Human Relations, both from Husson University. He is also board certified in healthcare management. He serves on the board of the Maine Hospital Association, chairs the MHA’s Public Policy Council, and serves on the Regional Policy Board of the American Hospital Association. Ronan is married, has two adult children, and lives in Holden.

    Heartsaver CPR and First Aid Classes

    Maine Coast Memorial Hospital Offers Heartsaver CPR and First Aid Classes

    Community Health Forum Understanding Heel Pain, Heel Spurs, and Plantar Fascial Strain

    Ellsworth:  Maine Coast Memorial Hospital will be hosting a free health education event “Understanding Heel Pain, Heel Spurs, and Plantar Fascial Strain” presented by Dr. Nicholas Vachon on Monday, July 10, 2017 from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the MCMH Classroom.  (Door C).    Dr. Vachon will give an in depth presentation about the causes of these issues and the available treatment options, from conservative to surgical approaches.  There will be time during this presentation for questions and answers.   To register for this event please Click Here.  We will be serving a healthy, free meal at this event, so registration is required!

    CANCELLED: Orthopedic Seminar

    This event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for fall.  

    Pediatric CPR for Babysitters

    Maine Coast Memorial Hospital will host child/infant CPR, AED, and first aid training on June 24, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This special course is offered for babysitters, and is designed for students between the ages of 11 and 16 years old. The course fee is $50 and students who complete the course are certified in CPR and first aid for two years.The class will be held in the classroom at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital, 50 Union Street in Ellsworth. These classes are underwritten in part by Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. Class size is limited to 15 students, so please register early. To register, please call Staff Education at 664-5588.

    Twenty-Fourth Annual Chefs' Gala Results!

    On April 29, 2017 the greater Ellsworth area community came together to raise funds for new, three-dimensional mammographic imaging technology for the Breast Clinic at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital.    “I am thrilled to announce that with the success of the twenty-fourth annual Chefs’ Gala event we have met our goal for funding the purchase of this equipment,” says Jack Frost, Director of Philanthropy at the hospital. “It’s really amazing to see our community – both businesses and private citizens – come together to support healthcare in Hancock County.  Every year we have seen more people get involved, from volunteering to ensure that all of the attendees have a great evening to sponsorships that help provide the decorations and entertainment.” Over 400 guests toasted the successful fundraiser and danced the night away at this year’s event, raising over $60,000.   Along with Camden National Bank, long time lead sponsor of the event , many of the supporting businesses and chefs return year after year. “It really is a stand-out event from a chef’s perspective,” says Chip Butterwick of Chipper’s Restaurant in Hancock, “it’s a lot of fun getting a bunch of different chefs together and having so many cuisines in one place – for restaurant owners it’s a really fun way to give back to the community.”  

    True Colors Spring 2017

    Click here to read the Spring 2017 True Colors newsletter.

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