EIN 01-0421234

Lakewood Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood

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Building upon the strengths of our EMHS Family, Inland Hospital will be a valued member of the greater Waterville community and nationally recognized for excellence in healthcare.
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Lakewood Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood is child organization, under the parent exemption from Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems Northern Light Health (EMHS).
Also known as...
Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems LW Lakewood LW; Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems LW Lakewood A Continuing Care Center LW; Lakewood A Continuing Care Center; Inland Hospital
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Program areas at Lakewood Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood

Provide Skilled, Dementia and Long-Term Nursing Care
Please see the following excerpt from the Northern Light Health Annual Report 2022 to the Community for detail of community benefit projects at NLH members:Northern Light HealthPromisesAnnual Report 2022A promise made must be a promise kept. - AristotleWhen people keep their promises to us, we feel valued, respected, and appreciated. At Northern Light Health, we understand the importance of making a promise and doing the work to keep it.Our promise to the people and communities we serve across our great state of Maine is to make healthcare work for you. This means that we promise to get better every day by raising quality through teamwork, efficiency, and innovation. We promise to guide the way for our patients and their families, through the care experience. We live in a big, rural state, and we know access to care can be challenging for some people in our communities. So, we are committed to improving access. And last, but certainly not least, we promise to see patients as diverse individuals with their own unique needs.In this annual report, we highlight the ways our valued employees and community partners are working together to keep our promises to the communities we serve. From helping firefighters access lung cancer studies at world-class research hospitals, to helping busy parents schedule pediatrics appointments on their own time, and using the latest in diagnostic technology to help people with congestive heart failure stay out of the hospital. We are also helping the state address a critical shortage of psychiatric inpatient beds while addressing the state's long-term community-based mental and behavioral health needs.These stories in this report are just a few examples of the promises we work hard to keep every day. This work inspires us. We hope it inspires you too.Timothy J. Dentry, MBAPresident & CEONorthern Light HealthKathy CoreyBoard ChairNorthern Light HealthAcadia for AllEmerald Forcier is walking an aisle of gleaming white chairs carefully set on a lush green lawn overlooking the Penobscot River. Her husband, Kurt is hustling along on a lawn tractor, making sure the lawn is short and neat for the upcoming wedding the couple plans to host at their venue, Penobscot Bay Weddings in Winterport. As her four-year-old daughter, Maisie picks wildflowers, Forcier is holding her 8-month-old son Miles in her arms while she thinks about all the work she has left to do in the wedding tent. I often say to friends and family when they ask how I'm doing, I'm like, I am exhausted. We're starting a new business. And yet the deep, important things are wonderful.But seven years ago, things were not wonderful for Forcier in terms of her mental health. She was living on the island of Bali; she was having difficulty getting the medications to manage her depression, and she was in a suicidal state. She moved back to the United States and attended an inpatient treatment program, which she credits with saving her life. After six months of hard work restarting her life, she was back in Maine, but her health insurance was due to expire at the beginning of the new year. Despite spending four weeks consistently trying, Forcier could not access any outpatient provider to renew her prescriptions. Desperate for help, she ended up in a hospital emergency department on New Year's Eve 2015. Even then, she was sent away multiple times because psychiatric care was not available.I remember what it was like when I had reached my rock bottom and I needed inpatient services. I also remember the fear and helplessness of being stuck in the emergency department, unable to access the care I needed. I frankly cannot even imagine the terror and the sadness of experiencing both of these things at once. The day a person needs inpatient care is one of the worst days of their life. To be stuck in an emergency department with nowhere to go is a devastating experience far too many people face, and I cannot imagine a child or their parent going through that.Forcier's experience is unfortunately all too common. Across Maine, there simply are not enough inpatient beds and people who end up in crisis situations turn to hospital emergency departments.Nadia Mendiola, MD, an adolescent psychiatrist at Northern Light Acadia Hospital, sees it all too often. She says it's particularly troubling when children get stuck in these emergency departments for several weeks, or even months, waiting for an inpatient bed. Emergency care physicians, they're wonderful at their job but they're not psychiatrists. They have limited options, they have limited space, and you're talking about kids who can't even function in a big home or a big school and now you're confining them to a little spot. It's just not conducive to good care.This is one of the reasons why Northern Light Acadia Hospital is undertaking an ambitious expansion project to double the number of its single occupancy rooms. The 50,000 square feet expansion will add 50 pediatric inpatient rooms as well as new group and individual treatment spaces. The 50 existing inpatient rooms are being remodeled to single occupancy, adult inpatient rooms to better meet current behavioral healthcare standards.Acadia President Scott Oxley knows the expansion is needed. Unfortunately, the kids we see today are sicker than they were 30 years ago, so we need more circulation space, more room for group therapies. And really, our existing facility does not accommodate that, shares Oxley.In addition to the new inpatient rooms, there will also be an expansion of the Mood and Memory clinic for patients with Alzheimer's disease and dementia, and an endowment created for workforce development, recruitment, and retention. All this work requires substantial investment, and Oxley says community support thus far has been exceptional.
Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood is a 105 bed long-term care facility in Waterville, Maine. Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood is a not-for-profit skilled nursing facility that has cared for the residents of Central Maine for more than thirty years. During fiscal year 2022 Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood had a 85% occupancy rate. Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood is a member of Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems d/b/a Northern Light Health.

Who funds Lakewood Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
Northern Light Healthcare FoundationGeneral Support$170,987

Personnel at Lakewood Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood

Paul BolinSenior Vice President and Chief Product Officer / Senior Vice President and Chro$0
John J DoyleNLH Vice President of Finance
Patricia A ShuckDirector of Nursin$120,960
Chris FrauenhoferPast Vice President Finance - PT Yr / Vice President Finance and Treasurer$10,352
Diane LessardCna Iii / Cna Iii / Cna Iii - M / Cna Iii - M / Cna Iii - M / Cna Iii - M / Cna Iii - M / Certified Nurse As$162,080
...and 11 more key personnel

Financials for Lakewood Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood

RevenuesFYE 09/2022
Total grants, contributions, etc.$283,135
Program services$11,459,376
Investment income and dividends$12,105
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$11,754,616

Form 990s for Lakewood Northern Light Continuing Care Lakewood

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2022-092023-08-07990View PDF
2021-092022-08-03990View PDF
2020-092021-08-06990View PDF
2019-092020-10-21990View PDF
2018-092019-09-27990View PDF
...and 9 more Form 990s

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Data update history
October 9, 2023
Updated personnel
Identified 2 new personnel
October 8, 2023
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2022
September 28, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 2 new vendors, including , and
September 26, 2023
Received grants
Identified 1 new grant, including a grant for $170,987 from Northern Light Healthcare Foundation
August 10, 2023
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2021
Nonprofit Types
HospitalsHealth organizationsChapter / child organizations
HealthDiseases and disorders
LobbyingState / local levelReceives government fundingEndowed supportTax deductible donations
General information
220 Kennedy Memorial Dr
Waterville, ME 04901
Kennebec County, ME
Website URL
(207) 861-3000
Facebook page
IRS details
Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
E91: Nursing, Convalescent Facilities
NAICS code, primary
622: Hospitals
Parent/child status
Child within group exemption
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