AUBURN — Central Maine Orhtopaedics, 690 Minot Ave., announces Kayla Young, Kathie Phillips, Ashley Wandrei and Donna Fortune have recently joined the team.

Young is a medical assistant at CMO. She holds an associate’s degree in applied science in medical assisting from Central Maine Community College. Prior to joining CMO, Young was employed at Central Maine Neurology in Topsham. She lives in Lisbon with her husband.

Phillips is an accounts receivable specialist. She has 15 years of secretarial and billing experience in the medical field. For the past three years, she was concurrently self-employed in medical billing and worked as a patient service representative at Central Maine Therapy. Phillips is currently working toward a degree in business administration. She lives in Auburn with her husband and two children.

Fortune recently graduated from the Maine Medical Center Surgical Technologist program. She serves as a medical assistant and certified surgical technician at CMO. Most recently, she was a phlebotomist at Mid Coast Hospital. Prior to entering the medical field, Fortune worked for 12 years as a paralegal. She lives in Auburn with her family, including two children.

Wandrei is medical secretary for Dr. Matthew Bush. She earned her C.N.A. in 2003 and has worked at Central Maine Medical Center oncology and has experience with home health and nursing home care. She lives in Topsham with her husband and three children.