Vice President, Senior Physician Executive, Northern Light Acadia Hospital

John Campbell, MDJohn J. Campbell III, MD, FANPA is the vice president and senior physician executive for Northern Light Acadia Hospital.

In his role, Dr. Campbell oversees care provided through the Northern Light Behavioral Health service line, strategic planning, program development, and continuous quality improvement

He is passionate about providing high value health care that achieves the quadruple aim.

As a leader, Dr. Campbell is past president of the American Neuropsychiatric Association, and is a member of the American Neuropsychiatric Association Leadership Council.

Prior to joining Northern Light Health, Dr. Campbell was the medical director of general hospital psychiatric services, Maine Medical Center.

Fellow in Neuropsychiatry, Brown University
Adult Psychiatry Resident, Brown University
Transition internship, Boston University/Brockton Hospital
Medical Degree, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Bachelor of Science Degree, Brown University

Dr. Campbell became the vice president and senior physician executive on October 31, 2017.

Favorite Quote
“Keep calm and carry on.”

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Vice President, Finance and Operations, Northern Light Acadia Hospital

Marie DickinsonMarie K. Dickinson, MSB is the vice president of Finance and Operations for Northern Light Acadia Hospital
In her role, Marie is responsible for all finance and operations related to Acadia Hospital.
Marie is passionate about family and community. She enjoys making a difference for the patients that need Acadia’s services.
Prior to her current position, Marie served as vice president and chief financial officer for Acadia Hospital, adding vice president of Operations to her responsibilities in January of 2018.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Husson University
Master of Science in Business, Husson University
Marie became vice president of Finance in March 2007.
Guiding principle
Basic values are extremely important to me. Honesty and integrity are my top two.

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Vice President, Nursing and Patient Care Services, Northern Light Acadia Hospital

Angela MaceraAngela Macera, MBA, BSN, RN is the vice president of nursing and patient care servcies for Northern Light Acadia Hospital.

In her role, Angela oversees inpatient nursing and clinical operations, including the development, implementation, and evaluation of structures and processes that promote evidence-based nursing practice, quality patient care, and services through utilization of problem-solving techniques.

She is passionate about nursing leadership, mentoring, and educating others in psychiatric nursing. Angela is especially interested in educating successive leaders and sharing her values and experiences.

Angela is a member of American Psychiatric Nurses Association and volunteers her time as a suicide hotline volunteer. She is a member of the Italian American Association, the Esperia Benevolent Society , and the Carabinieri Club. 

Prior to joining Northern Light Health, Angela was a psychiatric nursing consultant at Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital in Plattsburgh, New York. Prior to that she was director of system behavioral health at The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, and assistant director of nursing at Gracie Square Hospital/New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York, New York.


Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, Herbert H. Lehman College, Bronx, NY 
Master's in Business Administration, Iona College, New Rochelle, NY

Angela was appointed vice president of nursing and patient care services on November 7, 2021.

Favorite Quote
“I think, therefore I am.” - René Descartes

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President, Northern Light Acadia Hospital, and Senior Vice President, Northern Light Health

Scott OxleyScott Oxley, MBA is responsible for strategic direction, quality, operations, and financial soundness of Acadia Hospital.
As a long-time Northern Light Health employee, Scott is passionate about Acadia employees and patient care.
A community leader, Scott serves as a director of Bangor Savings Bank and a trustee for the Galen Cole Family Foundation.
Scott has 28 years of experience working for Northern Light Health. He served in corporate capacity, primarily in Finance, for 20 years. He also worked as president of Affiliated Healthcare Systems for two years.
Bachelor’s Degree in Public Accounting, Husson University
Master’s Degree in Business Administration, University of Maine
Scott became the president of Acadia Hospital on September 30, 2017.
Favorite Quote
“Lead with integrity and be kind.”

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Vice President, Clinical Services and Quality, Northern Light Acadia Hospital

Brent ScobieBrent Scobie, PhD, LCSW is the vice president of Clinical Services and Quality for Northern Light Acadia Hospital.

Brent is responsible for establishing and maintaining clinician standards and advancing outcome-informed, evidence-based therapy practices throughout the organization. He provides administrative oversight of the Quality Department, Utilization Management, Service Excellence/Patient Experience, Chaplaincy and Patient Rights.

He is passionate about high quality, patient-centered, evidence-based care.

Brent shares his knowledge as a part-time faculty member at the University of Maine.

Prior to working at Northern Light Acadia Hospital, Brent held clinical and administrative leadership positions across the Northern Light Health organization.
Ph.D., Disability Studies and Social Work, University of Maine
Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) University of Maine
Bachelor of Arts Degree, English, University of Maine
Brent became the vice president of Clinical Services and Quality at Acadia Hospital
in May 2018.
Favorite Quote
“People are generally better persuaded by the reasons which they have themselves discovered than by those which have come into the minds of others.” – Blaise Pascal

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