Lorraine Laliberte, PA-C
I received my PA degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1995 (I had been in Medicine since 1980). I returned to Maine and started with InterMed in 1998.
My clinical experience includes supporting patients to manage their complicated diabetes. Services that I provide are on the cutting edge of diabetes technology, insulin pumps, and continuous glucose monitors, from advanced technology to understanding the basics of diabetes. Our care team collaborates with patient’s primary care physicians, and together, we support our patients in managing their health.
I take pride in developing a relationship with my patients, which allows me the time to listen, teach, and treat each patient and understand his or her challenges. I am a member of the Maine Chapter for Physician Assistants and served on the Physician Assistant Advisory Committee. I recommend community resources, and enjoy seeing patients at the local boot camp classes.
I enjoy spending time with my family, which includes skiing, hiking, and biking. In the summer, I take advantage of Maine’s outdoor music concerts and love listening to jazz and the blues.
Harvard Medical School: Diabetes and Diabetes Intensive Management
University of Southern Indiana: Anticoagulation Therapy Management Certificate Program
University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Science: Physician Assistant Program
University of Utah: Infant-Childhood Psychology
Southern Maine Technical College: Respiratory Therapy
Physician Assistant Certificate
Baccalaureate Degree of Science
Associate Degree of Applied Science of Respiratory Therapy
Maine Board of Medicine and Licensure
Mentor of University of New England Physician Assistant Students
Diabetic Task Force – InterMed/Nova
American College of Physicians
American Diabetes Association
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
American Academy of Physician Assistants
DownEast Association of Physician Assistants
Contact & Location
84 Marginal Way, Suite 700 & 800
Portland, ME 04101
Phone: (207) 774-5816
Fax: (207) 523-8595 or 8597