Nicole Morse, tDPT, Rehabilitation Services-Newport, Sebasticook Valley Health

At Sebasticook Valley Health, we have the perfect mix of small town charm and state-of-the-art care through the support of being a member organization of a statewide health system, EMHS. In my work, I enjoy a more personalized experience in my interaction with our small community. I really get to know and care for my patients—patients who could be my neighbors, friends, or new acquaintances. To be able to bring such top-notch services to these people is truly fulfilling.



Wayne Steller, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Acadia Hospital

I have been employed at Acadia Hospital since 1992. My goal was to work with children in a psychiatric setting and Acadia Hospital fit the bill perfectly. Acadia Hospital and EMHS have given me the opportunity to explore my career interests both clinically and administratively. I was encouraged to go to graduate school and was supported by my leaders, which enabled me to work full time as well as complete my Master’s Degree in nursing. I am proud to be a part of a progressive organization and look forward to my future working at Acadia Hospital and EMHS.



Erica Lancaster, Medical Assistant, Inland Hospital,  veteran

I have work for EMHS for almost nine years.  I can’t say enough about this organization. When I developed back pain, I thought that I wouldn’t be able to continue on with my work.  The practice administrator was great. She worked with me to create a position that allowed me to keep doing what I loved … and more importantly to keep my job.  Because I was so successful with this new position, it was created in every primary care practice within Inland Hospital.  I am so grateful for the care and compassion of the management within EMHS. They took the time to make sure I could still reach my career ambitions within this organization, even with my physical limitations.  I couldn’t be more proud to work here.



Amy Sisson, RN, BSN, Director of Quality and Patient Safety, Mercy

As an employee at Mercy Hospital, my career has continued to grow and flourish. I started my journey as a student more than 20 years ago. Moving back to the state a decade later, I returned to this organization as a registered nurse in the ambulatory care unit.  From there, I stepped into an innovative role as an orthopedic foot and ankle nurse navigator, which provided me the opportunity to work with a team to create new and better ways to care for patients throughout their surgical journey.  Most recently, I stepped up to leadership in the quality department.   My journey at Mercy has given me an opportunity to work with talented, caring, and compassionate people, while providing me the room and encouragement to grow as a professional. 



Jack Tralongo, Senior Business Analyst, Enterprise Information Management, EMHS

Moving from New Hampshire to the greater Bangor area for the position at EMHS allotted me and my family a great place to live and raise a family. The opportunity to work for EMHS not only gave me the chance to advance my career, but also a chance to work for an organization that is improving the quality of life for a large portion of Maine through healthcare services.  Since working at EMHS, I have found a better work and life balance while continuing to grow and develop through rewarding and challenging work. I feel fortunate to work for an organization that continues to look for ways to not only help the people of Maine, but also its employees through health and wellness programs and incentives.