Armand Auger, MD

Medical School: University of Vermont – College of Medicine
Family Medicine Residency: Middlesex Hospital

Armand was born and grew up in Worcester, Massachusetts. He completed his undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Vermont. He then received his medical degree from the University of Vermont, College of Medicine and completed his residency in family medicine at Middlesex Hospital, Middletown, Connecticut. He has practiced in Maine for over 20 years. He first served in the National Health Service Corp in Washington County, Maine where he also ran the summer migrant health program.

Subsequently, he practiced in Farmington for over 16 years in a hospital affiliated practice which included both inpatient and outpatient care. He has served in the past on a statewide task force for the long range plan for care of patients with cancer and served on the board of directors for the Maine Academy of Family Physicians and Franklin Memorial Hospital. He has taught medical students and residents for many years while in practice.

He joined the faculty in 2014. He was drawn to this program after over 20 years of practice because of their deep commitment to education, patient care and service. He has found being a family physician challenging, deeply meaningful and above all else joyful and hopes to share this with others during their training. His practice interests include chronic disease management, primary care for patients with cancer, teaching, and care of the medically underserved. He and his wife Joyce live in the area. His personal interests include cycling, hockey, and the Beatles.