Central Maine Business Notes: Northern Light Sebasticook Valley Hospital Appoints New President

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Northern Light Health announced that Randy Clark, MBA, will become the next President of Northern Light Sebasticook Valley Hospital. In this role, Clark will also serve as senior vice president of Northern Light Health. He succeeds Terri Vieira, who will retire on April 1, according to a press release from Northern Light.

Clark has earned an excellent reputation as a leader, colleague and neighbor of Pittsfield and Sebasticook Valley Hospital. He began his career at the hospital as a controller in 1996, becoming vice president of finance in 2005 and vice president of finance and operations in 2016. In 2021, he expanded his financial role by also becoming vice president. finance president for Northern Light Inland. Northern Light Hospital and Continuing Care, Lakewood in Waterville, with operations added to its inland role in January.

In making the announcement, Timothy Dentry, MBA, President and CEO of Northern Light Health, said, “Randy has exceptional knowledge of healthcare operations and experience in finance, business development and patient experience. . He knows the hospital and the Sebasticook Valley area. He is well positioned to lead the organization as it continues to focus on improving health care for the people we serve.

Clark said, “It has been a privilege to be part of the Sebasticook Valley Hospital team for many years, and it has helped prepare me for this opportunity. We have many ongoing challenges with the pandemic and labor shortages, but I am confident that we are moving in the right direction to keep community care strong in Pittsfield. I am proud that our staff are highly engaged, care deeply about each patient, and are committed to our mission and values.

He takes up his new duties on April 1.

Surette Real Estate of Waterville Wins 2021 CENTURY 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Award

Century 21 Real Estate LLC, headquartered in Madison, New Jersey, recently recognized the following local sales affiliates Kasey Larsen, Alisha Gillespie, Sabra Hayden and Kristen Harding Nutter of Surette Real Estate at 113 Silver St. in Waterville with the quality service CENTURY 21 2020 Best Producer Award.

The annual award is based on the results of the CENTURY 21 Quality of Service Survey which is emailed to consumers immediately after buying or selling a home. To earn the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys for at least 80% of their transactions surveyed from January 1 through December 31, with an average score of at least 95% or higher for two consecutive years.

“The Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award is an integral part of our brand’s commitment to excellence and recognizes the dedication to making every customer interaction a positive experience,” said Michael Miedler, President and CEO of Century 21. Real Estate. “The power of the CENTURY 21 brand rests on the shoulders of hard-working salespeople who always rise above and give 121% to their customers throughout the customer relationship. So, as we celebrate their accomplishments, we understand that providing extraordinary experiences is what real estate buyers, sellers and investors deserve, and they should be demanding of their real estate company and agent of choice.

Each winner will receive a personalized glass trophy, in addition to being recognized at the CENTURY 21 World Conference.

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