Coast Hospital Nurses in the Media
Up With Donna Guenther",
by Sarah Jordan. Times Record,
July 15, 2003.
"It's only 7:30 a.m. at Mid Coast
Hospital in Brunswick, but doctors and nurses
are hustling from patient to patient, filling
out paperwork and gasping excitedly over
the Hospital Week free breakfast cart.
Donna Guenther, a confident, dark haired,
bright-eyed nurse practitioner who lives
in Bath, is already in deep conversation
with Bill Curtis, a surgeon. She calmly
but quickly explains how she saved his gall
bladder patient — "Stan,"
who had suffered from severe dehydration
— by upping his fluids the night before."
selected as nurse fellow."
Business Briefs, Times Record,
June 11, 2008.
"BRUNSWICK — Lois Skillings,
R.N., vice president for nursing and patient
care services at Mid Coast Hospital, has
been selected as one of 20 national Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse
Coast Hospital earns a 'gold star".
Times Record, November 26, 2007.
"BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital
has received the Maine Tobacco-Free Hospital
Network's Gold Star Award for "exemplary
leadership in tobacco issues"...
"...It is indeed a journey, and we
continue to strive to eliminate smoking
from the hospital environment while at the
same time providing support and education
to smokers through smoking cessation programs
and the work of our community partner, ACCESS
Health," said Marla Davis, a registered
nurse and certified tobacco cessation speciality."
Auxiliary Starts Teddy Bear Club"
Times Record, May 16, 2008
""The stuffed animals are an
important tool we use to help allay children's
fears in the hospital environment,"
said Lois Skillings RN, the hospital's vice
president of nursing and patient care services.
June King RN, unit coordinator of ambulatory
care agrees." Full
Clinic applies team approach to diabetes
care" by Sara Schlotterbeck,
Times Record, May 3, 2006
""When blood sugar is not under
control, it sets you up for many complications
associated with diabetes," Terry Marcello,
nurse coordinator at the Oasis Health Center,
said of the dangers diabetics encounter
if they do not take medications properly.
"These complications can be very serious,
affecting eyesight, kidney health and blood