"Cover Story" piece on the Regional Medical Center at Lubec (RMCL), which has su
"Cover Story" piece on the Regional Medical Center at Lubec (RMCL), which has succeeded where others failed, in part because it has discovered a niche in the federal funding hierarchy. RMCL, which is a Federally Qualified Health Center, has become the largest regional medical center in Maine. With its $6 million budget, 170 employees and enterprises that include a newspaper, a ropes course and substance abuse programs for an area with the most significant prescription drug problem in the Northeast, it is a flourishing component of the largest employment category in Washington County: health care. The medical center and its spin-off programs operate under an umbrella corporation recently renamed Health Ways Inc., and much of Health Ways' success is attributed to one person, grantwriter Ken Schmidt of Bangor, who has been with the medical center for about 20 years.
Hospitals, Regional Medical Center Lubec
Haskell, Meg, ""Cover Story" piece on the Regional Medical Center at Lubec (RMCL), which has su" (2002). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5925.
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