Tina Scott, MSN, BSN, RN

Tina Scott MSN, BSN, RN, is the associate vice president of Patient Care Services/Medical Surgical Services. Tina oversees clinical operations for the medical surgical services, telemetry, acute rehab, and inpatient dialysis. Tina has been a nurse for more than 11 years, starting as a critical care nurse at Northern Maine Medical Center in Fort Kent, Maine. 

Tina comes to Eastern Maine Medical Center from Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems where she was the system director for clinical performance improvement. In this role, Tina was responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction in developing the performance improvement program for clinical staff to help achieve the highest level of quality and safety.

Tina also served as the North Kansas Area Manager overseeing all aspects of the operations for the multi-site regional territory of Fresenius dialysis clinics. Previously, she had unit head responsibility of the Student Health Center at Fort Hays State University, in Hays, Kansas, where she most notably instituted a complex set of procedural reviews and key performance indicators focusing on budgetary margins, financial growth, and the systematization of the pursuit of operational effectiveness. While at Fort Hays State University, she also served as an instructor in the Department of Nursing.  In addition, Tina has administrative experience as a unit head at Hays Medical Center in the areas of risk management and quality. Early in her career, Tina served as an ICU and critical care nurse as well as a nursing supervisor, where she improved telemetry communication by developing a program database collection which incorporated quality indicators related to patient care and other information related to institutional effectiveness.

Tina earned her Master of Science in Nursing Administration from Fort Hays State University and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Maine at Fort Kent. She remains actively engaged in the clinical environment and has a passion for instilling a true sense of caring and compassion in the healing process through patient interaction. 

“I am privileged for the opportunity to bring my talents to Eastern Maine Medical Center and look forward to assisting the organization in improving care to the patients we serve.”