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Acadia Hospital Executive Leadership

Acadia Hospital’s leadership team is responsible for the strategic planning and administrative oversight of the organization.

Scott Oxley - President

Scott A. Oxley – Scott Oxley is the President for Acadia Hospital, Corp., a member of Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems (EMHS), located in Bangor, Maine. For Acadia, Scott oversees all business aspects for the majority of direct patient care and support functions located at the hospital in addition to leading a number of clinic and community-based services.
A 24 year employee of EMHS, Scott has served in a number of roles within the System. His positions over the years have included EMHS Interim Treasurer and Chief Financial Offer, EMHS Vice-President of Corporate Services, CEO for Affiliated Healthcare Systems (a collection of wholly-owned and partnership business ventures), and as the EMHS Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer.
Scott is a certified public accountant, holds a master's degree in business administration from UMaine and a bachelor's degree in public accounting from Husson College. He is currently active in a number of civic organizations in addition to many years of leadership to the youth as a boy scout leader and coach of youth athletics. He and his wife, Donna, reside in Brewer with their two children and enjoy outdoor activities throughout all four seasons in Maine.

Anthony T. Ng, MD DFAPA - Chief Medical Officer

Anthony T Ng, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Acadia Hospital Dr. Anthony T. Ng is a board-certified psychiatrist serving as the chief medical officer at Acadia Hospital. He is also an assistant professor of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences.

Dr. Ng has served as president of the American Association of Emergency Psychiatry, as well as a member on the board of the American Association of Community Psychiatrists.  He has a long history of involvement and advocacy in community mental health issues.  He has extensive experience in the area of primary care and mental health, cross cultural issues, community system issues, substance abuse and homeless issues, and has presented numerous lectures and written extensively on many of these topics. Dr. Ng was the former chairperson for the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) Multicultural Advisory Committee, which advised the Commissioner of Mental Health on issues of cultural competency within the OMH system. 

Dr. Ng received his bachelor’s degree at The City College and his medical degree at SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine.  He completed his psychiatry residency at St. Vincent’s Hospital and an additional year of training as a Public Psychiatry Fellow at Columbia/Presbyterian Hospital.  Dr. Ng was the director of the Primary Care Consultation-Liaison Service at Gouverneur Hospital in New York City, and later became one of the associate medical directors of Project Renewal, Inc, a non-profit agency that works with the homeless with mental illness and substance abuse in New York City.  Dr. Ng has also worked with Project HELP, a homeless outreach team in New York City.

Marie Suitter - Vice President of Finance and Operations

Marie Suitter, VP Finance and Operations, Acadia Hospital  As Vice President of Finance and Operations Marie Suitter is responsible for coordinating resources and providing timely advice to ensure the organization's fiscal stability. She also oversees all business aspects for the majority of direct patient care and support functions located at the hospital. She earned both her B.S. in Accounting and Masters of Science in Business from Husson University.

Suitter’s healthcare accounting career began in 1983 at The Aroostook Medical Center where she became their reimbursement manager in 1989.  Suitter has been with Acadia Hospital since 2002.

Among her many professional affiliations, Suitter is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and serves on the Supervisory Committee for EMMC Federal Credit Union.

Wayne Steller, PMHNP-BC - Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer

Wayne Steller, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Acadia Hospital Wayne Steller is the vice president and chief nursing officer at Acadia Hospital and has been with Acadia since 1992with various positions. He obtained his bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Maine in 1988 and completed a master of science in nursing at Husson University in 2007. Steller is a board-certified adult psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMH-NP) with over thirty years of experience. He is a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association and has been a frequent speaker and presenter on a variety of mental health issues. In addition to his executive duties, Steller periodically provides direct patient care services.

Steller served in the United States Navy from 1976 – 1980 and the United States Army Reserve from 1980 – 1982. 

John Campbell, MD, FANPA, Chief Medical Informatics Officer and Director of Community Services

John Campbell John J. Campbell, MD, FANPA is Acadia's chief medical informatics officer (CMIO) and director of community services. Dr. Campbell's primary duties as CMIO include ensuring seamless and efficient use of the electronic health record, while his work with community services will focus on continuing to provide convenient, affordable and effective behavioral healthcare to our communities.

Dr. Campbell comes to Acadia Hospital from Maine Behavioral Healthcare, where he served as the interim chief medical officer, and Maine Medical Center, where he was the interim chief of the psychiatry department. Prior experience includes serving as medical director at the Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital, part of the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, MI. Dr. Campbell also served active duty in the Air Force from 1993 to 1997, and upon leaving the service he had achieved the rank of Major.

Dr. Campbell earned his medical degree at University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, Vermont in 1988. He then spent his residency in psychiatry at Butler Hospital and Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. Following his residency, he completed a fellowship in neuropsychiatry at Brown University. Dr. Campbell is certified in both psychiatry and neuropsychiatry/behavioral neurology. He is presently the president of the American Neuropsychiatric Association.