The Residency manages five practices: three family medicine practices; a dermatology practice; and a neuromusculoskeletal medicine practice. Two of the family medicine practices (Maine Dartmouth Family Practice and Family Medicine Institute) are primary outpatient training sites for resident physicians; all three offer full-spectrum primary care services. Each MDFMR faculty member is assigned to a practice to see his/her own panel of patients, and most share precepting duties at the two primary training sites.
Our family medicine practices are patient-centered medical homes (PCMH); team-based care which includes psychology, social work care management, and nurse care management is a hallmark of these practices. A Quality Specialist and a PCMH Educator are assigned to the family medicine practices, and each practice has its own administrative leadership team consisting of a medical director, a practice administrator, a practice coordinator, and a clinical manager.
Family Medicine Institute (FMI), Augusta, ME
The FMI in Augusta is one of our two family medicine practices at which resident physicians see their own patient panel. Click here for more information about FMI.
Maine Dartmouth Family Practice (MDFP), Waterville, ME
MDFP is the other family medicine practice at which resident physicians see their own panel of patients. Click here for more information about MDFP.
Four Seasons Family Practice (FSFP), Fairfield, ME
FSFP is the smallest of the three family practices and our northernmost practice. Medical students and physician assistant students often rotate through this practice; residents may perform common family medicine procedures alongside faculty at FSFP. Because of its small size, clinical initiatives may be piloted at FSFP before wider dissemination. In addition to full-spectrum primary care, osteopathic manipulative medicine, sports medicine, and sports medicine consultative care are available.
MDFMR Dermatology Services, Augusta, ME
Our dermatology practice provides evaluation and treatment for all ages and all dermatological conditions in a spacious new office suite located across the street from the FMI. Family medicine residents complete a required four-week dermatology block rotation within the practice and may return for an elective rotation. Our enthusiastic faculty dermatologists mentor residents in dermatology-related scholarly activity and deliver frequent educational sessions on all things derm.
Maine Dartmouth Collaborative Care Center (MDCCC), Waterville, ME
MDCCC is the home of MDFMR’s Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (NMM) Plus One Program. This practice offers holistic care— promoting health of mind, body and spirit—with an emphasis on structure and function. Osteopathy, psychology, and functional medicine providers work together to treat pain syndromes; evaluate and treat newborns with issues such as birth trauma and feeding problems; provide support for chronic disease conditions; and evaluate and treat a wide range of other conditions such as sports injuries or pregnancy-related concerns that respond well to osteopathic manipulative medicine.