Winship Green Center for Health & Rehabilitation Spotlights New Medical Director, APRN and Renovations at Recent Open House
July 9, 2015 – BATH, ME – Nearly 60 people attended the recent open house at Winship Green Center for Health & Rehabilitation. The event was held on June 24th to showcase recently completed renovations, the launch of the center’s signature “Passport Rehabilitation Program” and to introduce the new medical team at the Bath center.
Dr. Florin Olteanu was introduced to those in attendance as the center’s new medical director. “I am very committed to caring for the whole needs of a person, addressing the medical, social, and psychological issues that concern older adults. I focus my treatment plans on enhancing my patients’ quality of life, and I look forward to making a difference in the lives of the patients and residents of Winship Green.” A gerontologist, Dr. Olteanu is also the medical director of Mid Coast Senior Health and the skilled services of CHANS Home Health Care and Hospice.
Additionally, Doreen Siddall, a Nurse Practitioner and a senior clinical member at the MidCoast Senior Center for the past four years, will work closely with the center and doctor Olteanu in providing care to the centers patients and residents. Prior to moving to Maine she was a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. She is nationally certified as an Adult Nurse Practitioner and has experience in Gerontology, the care for those over the age of 65.
Prior to coming to Maine, Dr. Olteanu served as Medical Director for a long-term care community at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics and is also a Certified Medical Director. He has completed residencies in Urology, Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. Additionally, he has participated in committees focused on wound care, home health care, pharmacy, nutrition, rehabilitation and therapy, and long-term care.
“At Mid Coast Health we recognize the complex needs of elders in our community. “Not only will the residents’ quality of life be improved, but the patients receiving nursing and rehabilitation services at Winship Green Center will be able to benefit from Dr. Olteanu’s and Doreen Siddall’s expertise during their stay. Partnering with Winship Green Center for the care needs of their residents and patients is an investment in the future health and well-being of our community,” stated Darlene Chalmers, Vice President of Elder Care and Home Care Services for Mid Coast Health, in a statement for Winship Green Center.
The Passport Rehabilitation Program was specifically designed for individuals in need of a short-term, specialized rehabilitation “journey” home following hospitalization or an acute medical episode, with a focus on returning them to the best quality of life possible.
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