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Johnson Named Director of Development for Mid Coast Health Services

Kara Aleixo Johnson has been appointed as the new Director of Development for Mid Coast Health Services. In this role, Johnson will lead the planning, implementation, and administration of all development activities including fundraising appeals, endowment campaigns, gift planning, grateful patient giving, and donor appreciation events.

A Mid Coast Hospital Board Member and committee chair for the Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary Board, Johnson brings with her a deep understanding of the organization and its commitment to deliver high quality patient-centered care.

"I am so pleased to join the Mid Coast team in this capacity," Johnson said. "I am passionate about the importance of a strong community hospital as the cornerstone of a healthy and thriving community. I look forward to forging strong relationships that support the continued high quality, compassionate care that Mid Coast is so well known for. ”

Medical Students To Train at Mid Coast

Through a program created in 2009, as a joint venture between Maine Medical Center (MMC) and Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM), Mid Coast Hospital has again been selected as a training site for two Tufts medical students that are interested in gaining hands-on clinical training in Maine.

Kevin Baier and Anne Hicks, students of the 2015 class, will learn their third year core competencies in a 9-month Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) under the supervision of Mid Coast Hospital providers. Their training began on June 10.

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Food drive raises over 10,000lbs off non-perishable food items

Six Papa John’s stores in Maine held a food drive on May 6th and 7th.  It was a huge success.  People brought in 3 or more non-perishable food items and received a free large one topping pizza.

We raised the following: (in pounds)

Bangor - 1,997

Biddeford - 3,416

Lewiston - 3,326

Brunswick - 1,025

Waterville - 638

Portland -117

Tota l - 10,519

Providing over 8,765 Meals.  Plus all the free pizza!

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