The Trustees and staff of the MHCA Workers’ Compensation Fund are committed to promoting and pursuing stability and availability of insurance coverage designed to best protect the exposures of long-term care facilities in Maine. Our premium costs reflect the individual risk while maximizing the potential for significant cost savings through the group strength of the Fund.
Every effort is made to encourage safety in the workplace and to assist employees injured on the job with compassion and fairness. We strive to exceed the expectations of our Fund Members by the use of technology and employee teamwork that saves time and lowers premium costs while providing the highest quality of service.
These strategies allow us to commit ourselves to the highest standards of integrity while prospering as a self-insurance group fund in order to provide a reasonable return for our Members, the ultimate owners of our business.
|Chair||Nadine Grosso, Maine Health Care Association|
|Vice Chair||Jessica Duffy, Seventy, Five State Street|
|Secretary/Treasurer||Kim Bernard, First Atlantic Corporation|
|Fund Administrator||Pamela Cheeseman, CPCU|
|Claims Representative||Mary Bean|
|Safety & Training Consultant||Joe Giacomantonio|
|Trustees||John Bolduc, Odd Fellows Home – term expires 2022|
|Kim Bernard, First Atlantic Corporation – term expires 2022|
|Camela Deschene, Eastport Nursing Home – term expires 2022|
|Nate Bennett, Ledgewood Manor – term expires 2021|
|Nadine Grosso, Maine Health Care Association – term expires 2020|
|Christine Riendeau, First Atlantic Corporation – term expires 2020|
|Jessica Duffy, Seventy, Five State Street – term expires 2020|
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