Spectrum Healthcare Partners Leadership
Spectrum’s leadership combines the best of both worlds: clinical expertise from respected physicians, and business savvy from a talented administrative team.
It’s a powerful combination that enables us to achieve operational objectives and seize strategic opportunities—while never losing sight of what’s most important: delivering excellent patient care.
Our corporate leadership structure
A physician-owned entity, Spectrum is organized as a professional services corporation in the State of Maine. It is governed by a board of directors whose representatives are selected by its 10 operating divisions and the shareholders at large. Board directors serve staggered 3-year terms.
Leaders in the healthcare community
Spectrum’s leadership role extends to the greater healthcare community in the areas we serve. Our physicians help to shape healthcare policy in Maine through active involvement in such organizations as the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine, Maine Medical Association, the Central Maine Healthcare ACO, and MaineHealth ACO (accountable care organization).
Importantly, Spectrum physicians also serve as department chairs, medical directors and active committee members at the hospitals and other provider organizations where we provide specialty services. It’s a testament to the high regard in which our doctors are held by colleagues and administrators alike.
We’re also proud to be a part of the Maine Partnership for Expert Care initiative. The Maine Partnership for Expert Care helps patients understand the roles of different medical providers, how they collaborate to deliver the best care, and why the unique qualifications that physicians have make them the most qualified to lead the healthcare team. To learn more, click here.
Leaders in medical education
Spectrum also demonstrates its leadership in medical education. Members of all our clinical divisions are involved in teaching, training and mentoring medical students and residents. Many serve as faculty at the region’s medical schools, and several as residency program directors at Maine Medical Center.
In addition, Spectrum clinicians are in demand as speakers at state, regional and national conferences, as well as at grand round events at area hospitals.