Family Medicine

Our Family Medicine team provides a full range of care for patients of all ages and genders. Our physicians and staff look at the person as a whole, strive to develop strong patient-provider relationships, and provide care with an integrated and comprehensive approach.

After completing medical school, family medicine physicians complete a three-year residency program, which encompasses a broad spectrum of medical practices.

Our family medicine physicians provide care for both acute and chronic conditions, in addition to preventive medical care. They also serve as a valuable resource to help patients navigate the complex healthcare system.

Our position on vaccinations

In May of 2019, Governor Mills signed An Act to Protect Maine Children and Students from Preventable Diseases (LD 798) which goes into effect on September 1, 2021. This act eliminates religious and philosophical exemptions from Maine laws requiring routine childhood immunizations to attend educational and childcare facilities.

InterMed values the health and safety of our patients and community and believes that routine childhood immunizations safely and effectively protect individuals against preventable infectious diseases while also improving broader public health outcomes.

Considering the impact on patient and community well-being, InterMed supports the immunization recommendations set forth by the CDC and does not support nonmedical exemptions.

Family Medicine Providers

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