LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — Staff at all three Central Maine HealthCare hospitals have voted no confidence in the CEO of their parent company.
The Sun Journal reports staff at the Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston became the latest to say they have no confidence in CEO Jeff Brickman in a vote Monday evening.
Bridgton Hospital voted no confidence two weeks ago, and Rumford Hospital staff issued the same vote last week.
The votes come amid concerns over financial cuts at the hospitals. Tax records show Central Maine HealthCare operated with a $1.4 million deficit in 2016.
A Central Maine HealthCare spokeswoman declined to comment on the votes.
Brickman has headed Central Maine since 2016.