Randy Clark

Vice President of Finance of Northern Light Inland Hospital and Northern Light Continuing Care, Lakewood, and vice president of Finance and Operations of Northern Light Sebasticook Valley Hospital

Randy Clark is vice president of Finance of Northern Light Inland Hospital and Northern Light Continuing Care, Lakewood, and vice president of Finance and Operations of Northern Light Sebasticook Valley.
 
At Inland, Lakewood, and Sebasticook Valley Hospital Randy is responsible for overseeing all finances, as well as analyzing and presenting financial results to the Board of Trustees and educating them on key financial indicators and business plans. At Sebasticook Valley Hospital he is also responsible for operational oversight related to Pharmacy, Infusion Clinic, Materials Management, Community Health, Plant Maintenance, Housekeeping, Laundry, Dietary, Diabetes and Nutrition Clinic, Imaging Services, Women’s Health, Laboratory, Respiratory, and Sleep Lab. 
 
Randy is dedicated to being the best he can be in his work role, and is also committed to being a good husband, dad, and friend.
 
He has been an active member of the Financial Management Association since 1997.
 
Prior to joining Northern Light Health, Randy was financial analyst for Warnaco Inc., which included names including Hathaway, Chaps by Ralph Lauren, and Calvin Klein.
 
Education:
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, University of Maine, Orono, Maine
Master of Business Administration, Thomas College, Waterville, Maine
 
Randy joined Northern Light Health in 1996, starting as a controller with Sebasticook Valley Hospital, becoming vice president of Finance in 2005 and vice president of Finance and Operations in 2016. In 2021, he expanded his finance role when he also became vice president of Finance for Inland Hospital and Lakewood.
 
Favorite quote:
"For it isn’t a man’s father, mother or wife,
Whose judgement upon him must pass,
The fellow whose verdict counts most in life,
Is the man staring back from the glass."
~ Dale Wimbrow