NECS oncologists join team at CMMC

January 17, 2024

LEWISTON — Two physicians from New England Cancer Specialists will begin treating patients at the Cancer Care Center at Central Maine Medical Center, which is part of Central Maine Healthcare.

Late last year, Central Maine Healthcare entered into a strategic co-management agreement with NECS, a leading provider of oncology services in the Northeast, to enhance medical oncology and infusion services in the central Maine region.

One of the new providers is Dr. Julia Moukharskaya, a hematologist and medical oncologist whose guiding philosophy is to provide patients with the highest quality of care possible.

Moukharskaya attended medical school at Belarusian State Medical University in Belarus. She completed her residency at East Tennessee State University, Quillen College of

Medicine and fellowship at the University of Vermont.

Dr. Daniel Rausch graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine and completed his residency at the Lahey Clinic Medical Center. Rausch, a native of the Lewiston-Auburn community, was employed by CMMC between 2010-2022, providing cancer care services to patients.

Additionally, Dr. Nicholette Erickson, a leader in medical oncology with CMH for more than 30 years, has joined NECS as part of the agreement and will continue to see patients at Rumford Hospital, Bridgton Hospital and the Cancer Care Center at CMMC, all of which are part of CMH.

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