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Updated: September 18, 2023

Piper Shores adds 2 key hires to leadership team

Piper Shores, a nonprofit retirement community in Scarborough, has appointed Peter Sullivan as the new chief nursing officer and Marc Gregoire as director of plant operations, maintenance and security.

Combined, Sullivan and Gregoire have 63 years of experience in the health care sector.

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Peter Sullivan

“As Piper Shores continues to set the standard for senior living in Maine, these new leadership appointments reaffirm the organization's dedication to fostering a vibrant, enriching community for its residents,” said Piper Shores CEO Phil Jean in a news release. 

Sullivan has led a career spanning 28 years in diverse health care settings. He brings a deep understanding of aging services and a commitment to resident wellness and quality of life. 

Prior to joining Piper Shores, Sullivan was the executive director at Birch Bay Retirement Village in Bar Harbor. He has also had key roles at several hospitals, including Mount Desert Island Hospital, Sonogee Rehabilitation and Living Center, HealthPartners and others. 

As treasurer for LeadingAge Maine & New Hampshire and for the Dirigo-Maine Geriatrics Society, he has worked to advance senior care within Maine and New England. 

Sullivan holds an MBA from the University of Phoenix and is pursuing a master of science degree in nursing leadership and administration from Capella University. He enjoys spending time with his four dogs and other animals at his farm in Buxton. 

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Marc Gregoire

Gregorie has over 35 years of experience in the health care industry. He brings extensive knowledge in facilities management, plant operations and emergency management.

He has held key leadership positions at hospitals including Northern Light Mercy Hospital and Maine Medical Center, both in Portland, and Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta.

Gregoire is from Biddeford but now resides in Westbrook with his partner of 14 years.

“Their combined experience, passion for serving seniors, and commitment to community wellbeing align perfectly with our mission to provide exceptional retirement living experiences.,” said Jean. 

Piper Shores, at 15 Piper Road, Scarborough, is recognized by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, the nation’s only accrediting body for continuing care retirement communities.

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