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Women’s Networking Forum “Women in Leadership”

7:30 am - 9:00 am

Kennebec Tavern
119 Commercial St.
Bath, Maine 04530
United States

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Networking, Full Breakfast and presentation “Women in Leadership” presented by Lois Skillings, President and CEO Mid Coast-Parkview Health.Lois most recently was chosen to be one of Mainebiz Magazine 2015 Women to Watch!

Mid Coast-Parkview Health is an independent, non-profit health care system governed by a volunteer community board of directors which includes: Mid Coast Hospital, a 93-bed Joint Commission accredited, Magnet designated, full-service community hospital; Parkview Medical Center, a hub of primary care, ambulatory care services, and community health and wellness; Mid Coast Medical Group, a 90-provider primary care and multi-specialty medical practice in sites across the community; Mid Coast Senior Health Center, a continuum of healthcare and wellness services for seniors under one roof, including sub-acute and rehabilitation care, long-term nursing care, assisted living, and memory care assisted living; and CHANS Home Health Care, a full-service Joint Commission accredited home health and Medicare-certified hospice agency.

For 15 years, Lois was the Vice President for Nursing and Patient Care Services for Mid Coast Health Services and was the senior leader responsible for patient safety and quality in the organization. Prior to being named President and CEO, she was Executive Vice President. Her clinical background is in Emergency and Medical Surgical nursing, and she has held staff development, nurse manager, and supervisor positions prior to her executive roles.

In 2008, Lois was selected as a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow. She is a graduate of Northeastern University College of Nursing, the University of the State of New York, and received her master’s degree in science (nursing) from the University of Southern Maine.

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Kennebec Tavern
119 Commercial Street, Bath

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