Incoming ONMM Residents

Please join us in welcoming the Class of 2025!


Gage Bollinger, DO

Medical School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Medicine Residency: Forbes Family Medicine Residency

Pronouns: he/him

Pronunciation of Dr. Gage Bollinger

Gage grew up in Boston, MA and has lived in Pittsburgh, PA for the last 14 years. After graduating from Seton Hill University, he earned his medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Greensburg, PA. Gage is completing family medicine residency at Forbes Family Medicine and appreciates its strong focus on lifestyle medicine. In medical school, during the COVID pandemic he developed an initiative for medical students to provide relief for nursing assistants by monitoring and transporting patients. At Forbes he helped improve the osteopathic manipulative medicine curriculum and introduced OMM to his alma mater of Seton Hill by providing a clinic for the college students and athletes there. Gage’s passions in medicine are OMM, LGBTQIA care, lifestyle medicine, and using food as medicine. His personal interests include gravel/mountain biking, hiking, plant based cooking, and blacksmithing.


Connie Earl, DO

Medical School: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Medicine Residency: Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency
Integrative Medicine Fellowship: Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency

Pronouns: she/her

Connie Earl, DO is an osteopathic family physician and has worked for 13 years in Sonoma County, California, at a federally qualified health center, providing full spectrum family medicine to an underserved community. Connie graduated from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she served as a pre-doctoral teaching fellow in osteopathic manipulative medicine and anatomy. After completing family medicine residency training at the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency (SRFMR), Connie also completed an integrative medicine fellowship at SRFMR, which focused on integrative medicine for the underserved. During her fellowship year, Connie was instrumental in creating the inaugural 2011 Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference, as well as an OMM clinic at a federally qualified health center. She served as Chief Medical Officer of Innovation at West County Health Centers, Medical Director of the Forestville Wellness Center (a stand-alone clinic that provides integrative care and group visits within an FQHC), and Director of Obstetrics.  Connie is passionate about osteopathic medicine, loves treating people of all ages, and is so excited to dive into learning again. She has worked as a doula, organized national workshops on leadership, activism in medicine, and integrative health care, and believes in the power of community. She is joyfully exploring the work-life balancing act, along with her loving partner and two amazing kids, and is thrilled to be returning to Maine.


Jenny Ho, DO

Medical School: A.T. Still University, School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona
Family Medicine Residency: University of Wisconsin – Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Pronouns: she/her

Jenny Ho, DO is from San Diego, CA and earned an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of California, San Diego. She earned her medical degree from the AT Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona. In medical school, Jenny volunteered with underserved communities by working at free clinics, participating in after school programs for children with disabilities, and assisting at rehabilitation centers for older patients. She was the president of the Osteopathic Practice and Principles Club and had the opportunity to collaborate with attendings from various specialties to provide weekly osteopathic manipulative technique presentations for her peers. Jenny completed her clinical rotations in Hawaii. While there, she learned what it means to have an aloha spirit and was able to bond with patients’ “talking stories” so she could provide culturally competent care that was informed by their lifestyles and diets. Her work with low-income elementary students reinforced her passion to bring health education outside the healthcare system and tailor preventative therapies to different lifestyles. Jenny’s medical interests include osteopathic manipulative medicine, sleep medicine, integrative medicine, and preventative medicine. She enjoys playing tennis, bouldering, hiking, and playing piano. She also likes trying new restaurants and making charcuterie boards.