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Marc Edelman

Senior Vice President of Operations for Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center

Marc EdelmanMarc Edelman, FACHE, is senior vice president of operations for Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center.
 
As the senior vice president of Operations and a member of the leadership team, Marc is responsible and accountable for Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center meeting the mission and vision of the organization. 
 
Some of Marc’s key areas of focus include increasing access and growing services for patients and securing funding for equipment and facilities. Marc’s priorities also include ensuring quality and safety and supporting the patient and staff experience. Additionally, Marc oversees direct and system matrix programs; services; and professional, ancillary, and support departments.
 
Marc passionately believes that everyone should have access to quality health care, provided in a caring, compassionate and in a collaborative decision-making relationship. Since arriving in Maine, he has become involved in the issue of food insecurity, which impacts families in many ways. His other life passion is spending time with his wife, visiting their children, and exploring Maine while biking and fly fishing.
 
Community is important to Marc, and that is evident in his service to the Bangor Lions Club, as well as his role as board member for Life Flight of Maine and his work as a member on the City of Bangor board of ethics.
 
Marc came to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in 2017 from Providence Hospital in Washington DC where he held the senior vice president of operations and chief operating officer position. 
 
Education:
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Stockton State University, Pomona, New Jersey
Master of Health Administration, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
 
Marc became senior vice president, Operations, Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in 2017.
 
Favorite Quote:
“People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care."
~ Theodore Roosevelt