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Community Health Needs Assessment

Welcome Michael Workman, PMH-NP

Release Date - Mar/13/2017

Inland Hospital is pleased to welcome Michael Workman, PMH-NP to our staff. Workman is a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner.

Daltons Receive Central Maine Citizen Award

Release Date - Mar/03/2017

Congratulations to John and Jackie Dalton, honored last night with the “Central Maine Citizen Award” from the Kennebec Valley District Boy Scouts for their many years of service to the greater Waterville area.

Inland Hospital's 20th Annual World of Women's Wellness Slated for April 1, 2017

Release Date - Feb/22/2017

Inland Hospital’s 20th annual World of Women’s Wellness is slated for Saturday, April 1 from 9am – 2pm at Thomas College in Waterville.

EMHS releases 2016 Annual Report

Release Date - Feb/15/2017

EMHS, Inland’s parent organization, has released its 2016 Annual Report

Dalton named Top CEO list second year in a row

Release Date - Feb/02/2017

Congratulations to Inland President/CEO John Dalton, and to SVH President/CEO Terri Vierra, for being named to the “60 Rural Hospital CEOs to Know” by Becker’s Hospital Review, a national publication that reaches more than 18,000 people each month (primarily hospital CEOs, CFOs and CIOs.)

Welcome Tammy Buckingham, FNP-C

Release Date - Jan/17/2017

Inland Hospital is pleased to welcome Tammy Buckinham, FNP-C, a certified Family Nurse Practitioner to Inland Family Care on Washington Street in Waterville.

Inland releases Annual Report/2017 Calendar

Release Date - Jan/13/2017

Inland Hospital has released its Annual Report for 2016, and a 2017 Calendar. The report offers a look at how Inland is working together with many partners for a healthier community – from our Community Benefit grant program to our LET’S GO! Family Fun Series, Inland is collaborating to improve health beyond the care in the hospital and medical practices.

Inland Seeks Requests For Proposals

Release Date - Jan/06/2017

As a member of EMHS, Inland Hospital is committed to improving the health of the communities we serve. Our Community Benefit Grant Program is designed to help address priority health issues facing local communities by expanding partnerships and use of evidence-informed prevention practices. Inland Hospital is seeking proposals that measurably impact one of these priority health issues as identified in our 2016 Shared Community Health Needs Assessment (Shared CHNA):