Parkview Memorial Hospital (Brunswick, Maine, US)

A 55-bed acute general hospital at Brunswick, Maine, operated by the Northern New England Conference. It was first established as a self-supporting institution, with a capacity of 35 beds, in 1959 by R. A. Bettle, M.D., with the support of several other Seventh-day Adventist doctors and the community, at an original cost of $430,000. In 1964 it was turned over to the conference. In 1973 a $l.4 million addition was built and other major improvements were made. The hospital operated as a member of the Adventist Health System from 1982 to 1992. Administrators: H. E. Clough, 1964-1967; R. W. Harris, 1967-1970; L. G. Larrabee, 1970-1974; V. D. Bond, 1974-1976; William H. Gosse, 1977-1984; Kurt Gainter, 1984-1987; Norman L. McBride, 1988- .

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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Brunswick, ME
United States