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The expanded facility will add 11 full-time positions and grow capacity by 17%. Construction is underway, and the new facility is scheduled to open in April.
Plans also include investing $1.9 million in critical care ambulances, to supplement emergency medical resources available in local communities.
Piper Shores, a nonprofit retirement community in Scarborough, has become an approved externship site for the Culinary Institute of America, or CIA.
The animal-health company has appointed Amy Sanford as global general counsel and chief human resources officer, and elevated Kelly Gottfried to chief commercial officer.
As the demand for nursing staff in the state continues, the University of Maine at Augusta will expand enrollment for its nursing degree programs by opening a new facility.
A new medical lab training facility is nearly six times larger than an off-campus space used up to now. About 90 medical lab tech positions are currently open in Maine.
A roundup of new hires, promotions and achievements at Maine businesses, professional services firms, nonprofits and health care institutions.
The Portland-based veterinary pharmacy and supplier pleaded guilty Monday after federal prosecutors said it illegally shipped the drugs throughout the U.S. for nearly three years.
The facility, at 863 Main St., will provide services including 24/7 crisis response for up to 750 children and families.
The replacement of a century-old facility is one of two modernization projects Northern Light Health has undertaken recently.
The AI manikin can mimic human movement and verbal responses and adapt to the unpredictable communication of real-life experiences.
A person who was employed at both eateries may have exposed customers to the highly contagious liver disease in recent weeks.
The state's second-largest health care system said it has been working nonstop on the problem since it was discovered Saturday.
The hospital, part of the Northern Light Health system, is launching a psychiatric residency which will be only the second such program in Maine.
The award will initially fund a laboratory build-out and four new research projects, and the school says the cellular research may ultimately help Mainers live healthier lives.
The medical group practice, which has six patient centers in Maine and New Hampshire, is preparing to build an administration center with more than 50,000 square feet of space.
As Mainebiz reported first, 74,000 of the state's residents may have had personal data stolen in a cyberattack against mortgage lender LoanDepot. Nationwide, the attack has threatened nearly 17 million people.
The FBI has warned that the ransomware gang allegedly behind the attack already compromised data of over 1,000 businesses and government entities and received nearly $300 million in extorted payments.
Last April, an unrelated ransomware attack against Harvard Pilgrim Health Care jeopardized the personal information of its 1.1 million insurance plan members, including roughly 75,000 Mainers.
For consumers who have been affected by the data breaches, LoanDepot, Harvard Pilgrim and other businesses have offered free credit monitoring and identity protection services.