The central philosophy should be holistic care using a person-centred approach that brings the various aspects of specialist care together. He is a member of AMA, AGS, AMDA, AAFP, and Alpha Omega Alpha. For other care needs, call 317-621-2727 to be directed. See our COVID-19 FAQ for visitor guidelines and more. 1048 Union Street Bangor, Maine 04401. Stephanie enjoys working with the geriatric population and has special interests in chronic disease management and palliative care. Her goal is to ease the impact of hospitalization on patients and families by helping them navigate the healthcare system, insurance barriers and discharge planning. Molly brings more than 10 years of geriatric knowledge and healthcare experience to this new role. In her free time, Angela enjoys traveling, reading, watching sports, playing board games, and spending time with her family, friends, and dogs. She started as an inpatient medical-surgical physical therapist float with Community in 2006; she transitioned to a staff physical therapist at Community Hospital North the next year. Heather acquired her ASN in 2009 from Clarion University and her BSN in 2011 from Waynesburg University. 3. Angela’s passion for physical therapy began at Oregon-Davis High School, where she was a student-athlete on the 2007 Indiana 1A State Championship basketball team, recipient of the Patricia L. Roy Indiana State Mental Attitude Award, and an Indiana East All-Star. Before she joined Community, April worked at various rehabilitation settings in the Philippines and the USA including outpatient, acute and extended care facilities where she experienced numerous opportunities to provide care and education to the geriatric population. Her role includes assisting with the coordination of NICHE education for staff. She has more than 10 years’ experience in the social work field. April and her husband, Chad, are close to both of their families and also maintain strong relationships with several groups of friends. Molly’s professional certifications and associations include American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Certification in Adult and Geriatrics; nurse practitioner license; registered nurse License; CPR trained; American Geriatrics Society member; Indiana Geriatrics Society member; Coalition of Advanced Practice Nurses of Indiana member; and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners member. Call your primary care office for a phone or video visit. In 2018, Molly transitioned from the resource team to covering the inpatient medical-surgical unit at Community Hospital North. Currently, Darami serves as an Education Specialist, Facility Educator at Community Hospital North. In her free time, Christina enjoys traveling, skiing, playing tennis, and trying new restaurants around the city. As we age, our healthcare needs can become more frequent. Margaret “Molly” Campbell, RN, MSN, AGPCNP-BC, is the director of inpatient geriatric care at Community Hospital North (CHN). As a result, she went on to earn her bachelor degree in athletic training from Franklin College while playing on the women's basketball team. Andrea also enjoys reading, listening to podcasts and crafting. In his spare time, Jake enjoys spending time with his wife (Carly) and son (Anderson), playing soccer, attending Butler basketball games, listening to podcasts, traveling, and trying new local restaurants and breweries. NICHE evidence-based principles are embedded across the hospital, which means older adults receive high-quality, interdisciplinary care that leads to better outcomes. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF GERIATRIC CARE 1. Dental Center. The Geriatric Evaluation & Management (GEM) team is an inpatient, geriatric consult service for individuals hospitalized over the age of 65. Visitor Policies: Visitation is still limited in locations and care areas. Care for adults in long-term living centers. Prior to coming to Community, her nursing experience included inpatient oncology, long-term care, and veteran outpatient psych and primary care. She completed a PGY1 pharmacy residency in Wisconsin and has been a clinical pharmacist at Community Hospital North since 2016. 207-992-2152. Rather, we look for opportunities to improve health beyond a hospital stay or appointment with us. The GEM team works closely with the primary medical team during an individual’s hospitalization to ensure additional support for individuals navigating the aging process. She also enjoys traveling and eating at new restaurants. In our program, care for older adults extends beyond health maintenance. Molly is passionate about medication safety and improving medication adherence through patient and caregiver education. The NICHE goals fit perfectly with Community’s culture of patient-centered care. Sites are re-opening to serve patients with respiratory vs. non-respiratory symptoms; see location/service updates. At Community, we offer comprehensive outpatient services to assist older adults, including: COVID-19: Care Options, Visitor Policies & Testing. Consider individuality. Her areas of interest include dementia and advanced care planning. She has always had a desire to help others heal and recover from injury/illness through movement and exercise, but particularly values assisting the aging population—something that stems from the love of her grandparents. She was trained as a surgical nurse at Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio, TX and worked in the OR until 2002.