Dr. Bagley is board certified in critical care, internal medicine and pulmonary medicine. As a Pulmonary and Critical Care specialist, Dr. Bagley provides care to the critically ill adults in Winchester Medical Center. Outside of medicine, she enjoys time with her husband, dogs, horses, sheep and chickens on their farm.

Winchester Medical Center
Angel Award: Maine Medical Center 2007
UNECOM Highest Clinical Achievement Award 2006
Class B Medal of Valor for Commendable Performance in Face of Imminent Danger: Portland Fire Department 1998
Paramedic Team of the Year: Portland Fire Department 1998
Esprit De Corps: Portland Fire Department 1998
Paramedic Shift of the Year: Portland Fire Department 1997
Esprit De Corps: Portland Fire Department 1997
Esprit De Corps: Portland Fire Department 1996
  • Fellowship
  • Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Burlington, MA2012
  • Residency
  • Internal Medicine Portland, ME2009
  • Medical School
  • University of new England College of Osteopathic Medicine Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Biddeford, MD2006
  • Board Certification
  • Internal Medicine 2011
  • Pulmonary Disease 2012
  • Critical Care Medicine 2013
  • Intensivist/Critical Care
Pulmonary Pearls". Clinical Case presentation and continued medical education offering for Maine Association of Physician Assistants Winter Symposium. Issue #Sunday River Ski Resort, Bethel, Maine, 2017
Morbidity and Mortality” MaineGeneral Medical Center Grand Rounds Lecture Series 2017
Mandatory Web-Based Training Increases Utilization of Medical Emergency Team in a Teaching Hospital”. Poster Presentation CHEST 2011
Suspicious Nodules in a Susceptible Patient”. Best Clinical Case Presentations. 2011 American Lung Association: New England (formerly: Massachusetts Thoracic Society) 2011
LEAN Approach to Physician Computer Order Entry Set 2006
Identification of Noncognitive Errors and the Consternation of Psychiatric Co-morbidities in Critically Ill Patients 2009
ACP Clinical Vignettes: An Usual Case of Fulminant Hepatic Failure Due to Ciprofloxacin 2008
12 Lead EKG in Prehospital Environment- Interpretation and Application” Maine EMS Summer Sugarloaf Seminar 2002. Multimedia presentation guiding pre-hospital providers in introductory 12 lead EKG interpretation and injury pattern recognition with direct a 2002