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VA New England Healthcare System


VA New England Healthcare System Announces New Medical Center Director

March 11, 2019

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VA New England Healthcare System Announces New Medical Center Director

Davis Brings Leadership, Proven Experience to

VA Maine Healthcare System


BEDFORD, Mass. — The Department of Veterans Affairs is pleased to announce the appointment of Tracye Davis as the new director of VA Maine Healthcare System (HCS), Augusta, Maine.  Davis will oversee a comprehensive healthcare system classified as a Complexity Level 1C facility that provides care to approximately 43,000 enrolled Veterans from the State of Maine, with an operating budget of over $370 million.

“We are pleased to appoint Ms. Davis as the new director of VA Maine Healthcare System,” said Ryan Lilly, Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 1 director.  “Her sound leadership qualities and proven experience will be valuable assets for the facility, the employees and volunteers, and for the Veterans we are honored to serve.”

Davis has held positions of increasing complexity within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) over the past fifteen years, starting as a health administration fellow at VA Pittsburgh HCS.  Most recently she served as the Deputy Director, VA Portland HCS and as Interim Director at both the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center in Spokane, Wash. and at VA Long Beach HCS.

Davis is a board-certified health care executive and Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). She is a graduate of VHA’s Health Care Leadership Development Program and the Office of Personnel Management’s Senior Executive Assessment Program.

Davis received a Master of Health Administration from Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo. and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

VA Maine HCS is part of the VA New England Healthcare System which includes eight medical centers, located in the six New England States: Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. It is an integral part of VISN 1, headquartered in Bedford, Mass. VA Maine HCS is comprised of one main campus located in Augusta, Maine and eight full time Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) located in Bangor, Calais, Lewiston, Lincoln, Portland, Rumford and Saco, Maine.  Part time clinics are located in Fort Kent, Houlton and Bingham, Maine.