BANGOR, Maine — Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC) is pleased to announce that Ken Nadeau, PA-C, associate medical director, Helen Hunt Health Center, was named the 2013 Outstanding Maine Physician Assistant by the Downeast Association of Physician Assistants on Saturday, May 4, at the Maine Medical Association office in Manchester.
Ken was chosen for his caring, leadership, career of excellence, and service to the people of Eastern Maine.
The award is presented each year to a Maine physician assistant in recognition of dedicated service to the community in which they work and for inspiring other physician assistants to become involved in opportunities to serve their communities.
Ken is a leader at Helen Hunt Health Center and throughout his career has been a teacher, role model and resource for students and for less experienced providers. He often is chosen to orient and train new physician assistants to the job.
Ken’s family and many of his PCHC co-workers had the pleasure of attending the ceremony. The providers and staff of Penobscot Community Health Care congratulate Ken on this well-deserved recognition.
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