University of Maryland School of Medicine
Maine Medical Center
Internal Medicine, Hospice & Palliative Medicine
Dr. Wrona was born in Florida, but moved during his first year of life to upstate New York, where he was raised and developed an appreciation for the four seasons. He travelled across the country pursuing his higher education in Wisconsin, North Carolina, Maryland and finally Maine for medical residency training. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Hospice, and in Palliative Medicine. He feels privileged to care for the patients of New England Cancer Specialists when they need to be hospitalized. His areas of medical interest are pain management, palliative care and advanced care planning.
Dr. Wrona lives with his wife and daughter in Falmouth. He enjoys being outdoors with his family, particularly to go hiking, camping and skiing.Call (207) 303-3300
Andrea Berry AANP
Master of Science in Nursing, Walden University
Andrea grew up in Newton, Massachusetts and Geneva, Switzerland, and attended the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Regis University, she provided inpatient care in oncology and post-bone marrow transplant.
After taking a brief hiatus from nursing to have children, she worked at the Alfond Cancer Center while getting her Master of Science in Nursing at Walden University, followed by postgraduate work at Graybirch Long Term Care facility in Augusta. She joined New England Cancer Specialists in January 2018 as a palliative medicine nurse practitioner.
Andrea lives in Brunswick with her husband, two children, chocolate lab, Moxie, and rescue cat, Amos. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and exotic foods.