The Importance of Family Medicine in MAINE

Family physicians are residency-trained, primary care specialists dedicated to treating the whole person.  With a focus on prevention, primary care, and overall care coordination, family physicians provide a wide variety of clinical services, and, when necessary, refer their patients to a specialist, while continuing to advocate for that patient's care.

Graphic with information from a variety of national data sources to answer questions about the who, what, where, and how primary care is being delivered in Maine - HERE

Legislative Advocacy

Opioid Issues


"the Consultation Project"   (mental health)

(A collaboration of the Maine Academy of Family Physicians and the Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians – Providing psychiatric consultation to primary care practices throughout the state of Maine)

Rural Family Physician Resources (scroll down to table 5)

Tobacco Advocacy & Tar Wars

Volunteer - Locally & Globally

Other Volunteer Opportunities for Family Physicians   (Internationally and here in Maine)




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