Central Maine business briefs: Northern Light Sebasticook Valley Hospital names new president

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Northern Gentle Health has announced that Randy Clark, MBA, will grow to be Northern Mild Sebasticook Valley Hospital’s next president. In this function, Clark will also provide as a Northern Mild Overall health senior vice president. He succeeds Terri Vieira, who retires on April 1, in accordance to a information release from Northern Light-weight.

Clark has acquired a stellar track record as a chief, colleague and neighbor of Pittsfield and Sebasticook Valley Hospital. He commenced his career at the healthcare facility as a controller in 1996, getting to be vice president of finance in 2005 and vice president of finance and operations in 2016. In 2021, he expanded his finance function when he also became vice president of Finance for Northern Gentle Inland Hospital and Northern Mild Continuing Treatment, Lakewood in Waterville, with functions extra to his Inland job in January.

In producing the announcement, Timothy Dentry, MBA, Northern Light-weight Well being president and CEO, stated: “Randy has exceptional understanding of overall health care operations and expertise in finance, small business development and client practical experience. He is aware the hospital and the Sebasticook Valley location. He is well-positioned to lead the firm as it carries on to concentration on generating health care function for the individuals we serve.”

Clark pointed out, “It’s been a privilege to be portion of the workforce at Sebasticook Valley Hospital for many years, and it’s assisted put together me for this chance. We have several ongoing worries to confront with the pandemic and workforce shortages, but I am assured that we are headed in the ideal direction to hold neighborhood-primarily based treatment powerful in Pittsfield. I’m proud that our workers is very engaged, cares deeply about every client, and is fully commited to our mission and values.”

He assumes his new part on April 1.

Waterville’s Surette Actual Estate earns CENTURY 21 2021 High quality Company Pinnacle Award

Century 21 Genuine Estate LLC, headquartered in Madison, New Jersey, just lately recognized the next community profits affiliates Kasey Larsen, Alisha Gillespie, Sabra Hayden and Kristen Harding Nutter at Surette Authentic Estate at 113 Silver St. in Waterville with the CENTURY 21 2020 High-quality Support Pinnacle Producer Award.

The once-a-year award is based on results from the CENTURY 21 Quality Assistance Survey which is emailed to individuals right away following the obtain or sale of a house. To receive the CENTURY 21 High-quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award, an agent ought to get finished purchaser surveys for at least 80% of their transactions surveyed from Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, with an average survey rating of at minimum 95% or better for two consecutive a long time.

“The Excellent Assistance Pinnacle Producer Award is an integral component of our brand’s dedication to excellence and acknowledges determination to producing just about every and every shopper conversation a positive a person,” said Michael Miedler, president and CEO Century 21 True Estate. “The electricity of the CENTURY 21 manufacturer rests on the shoulders of the relentless revenue who often elevate and give 121% to their clients through the total client marriage. So as we rejoice their achievements we recognize that providing incredible activities is what homebuyers, sellers and residence traders have earned, and they should really be demanding from their serious estate company and agent of choice.”

Each and every receiver will receive a customized glass trophy, in addition to currently being regarded at the CENTURY 21 Global Meeting.

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