Pen Bay Healthcare CEO to speak on changing tides of health care
Camden — Pen Bay Healthcare’s chief executive officer Wade Johnson will reflect on “The Changing Tides of Health care” from a local perspective on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Camden Public Library.
Co-sponsored by the library, the event is part of Quarry Hill’s educational Adventures in Living Well series for adults age 55-plus.
Johnson hopes to engage in dialogue with members of the public, gather their ideas and perspectives and offer his insider’s view of what national healthcare reforms may mean for the people of Midcoast Maine.
Johnson took the helm at Pen Bay Healthcare in February 2012, bringing 19 years of experience in health care and business administration. Previously, he was chief executive officer at Weiser Memorial Hospital in Idaho, administrative director at Robert Packer Hospital in Pennsylvania, and director of program development and business manager for perioperative services for Providence Medford Medical Center in Oregon.
Admission is free to all Adventures in Living Well programs, but registration is required. To sign up, call Quarry Hill at 230-6114.
For information about future Adventures programs, call 230-6114 or visit quarryhill.org/news-and-events.