Cheryl Seymour, MD

Medical School: Dartmouth Medical School
Family Medicine Residency: Greater Lawrence Family Medicine Residency
Geriatric Medicine Fellowship: Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency

Cheryl began her training in family medicine in childhood, growing up on a small family farm where she attended the births of countless baby lambs. In college, she studied biomedical engineering and learned about the applications of telemedicine technology to improve care in underserved areas across the country. Cheryl became a founding member of the Rural Health Scholars program at Dartmouth Medical School which allowed her the opportunity to intern with “real” rural family doctors in New England and abroad. Cheryl first came to Maine-Dartmouth for her third-year family medicine rotation and then went on to complete residency in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Cheryl returned to Maine in 2004, graduating from our geriatrics fellowship and subsequently becoming faculty. Now in addition to full-spectrum clinical practice, her work in the residency community includes coordinating resident orientation and monthly outpatient didactics. Cheryl is also the medical director of the Maine Mobile Health Program which allows her the opportunity to introduce residents and students to migrant farmworker health. Outside of medicine, she enjoys music, art, and spending time with her three children.