Christoffer Amdahl, MD
Medical School: University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
Family Medicine Residency: Medical City Arlington Family Medicine Residency, Arlington TX

Pronouns: he/him

Pronunciation of Dr. Christoffer Amdahl

Originally from the state of Washington, Christoffer is excited to continue the cross-country trip that medicine has taken him on, from Oregon to Iowa, Texas, and now to Maine. He is excited to enjoy the outdoors and pursue his dream of sports medicine training and providing care to athletes of all skill levels.

He tripled majored in neurobiology, biochemistry, and dance studies from the University of Washington for his undergraduate degree and completed medical school at the University of Iowa. While in residency, he served as chief resident and provided care for multiple high schools in the Dallas-Forth Worth metroplex as well as the Dallas Legion Ultimate Frisbee team and Panther City Panthers Lacrosse. He also served on the board for state-wide family medicine physician advocacy groups. Outside of medicine Christoffer enjoys cooking with his supportive wife, Madison, as well as running, ultimate frisbee, and writing.


Travis Kinane, DO
Medical School: Pacific Northwest University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Medicine Residency: Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana, Missoula MT

Pronouns: he/him

Pronunciation of Dr. Travis Kinane

Travis was born in Beaverton, Oregon, home of Nike headquarters and many sports enthusiasts. It was in Beaverton that Travis began his lifelong passion for sports, particularly basketball, which he started playing at the age of 8. It was also where he first dreamt of playing for the Portland Trail Blazers. Travis attended Linfield University, where he played basketball and ran the 400m in track.

Following his undergraduate education, Travis worked as a medical assistant for an orthopedic trauma surgeon. This experience sparked his desire to pursue medicine. He went on to attend medical school at Pacific Northwest University in central Washington and spent his clinical years in Fairbanks, Alaska. Travis completed family medicine residency training in western Montana, where he had the opportunity to trail run in the northern Rocky Mountains with his dog Berry. He is excited about the opportunity to further his training with the faculty at Maine-Dartmouth and to explore the beautiful state of Maine.

James Poulin, MD
Medical SchoolTufts University School of Medicine
Family Medicine ResidencyCentral Maine Medical Center Family Medicine Residency


Pronunciation of Dr. James Poulin

I was born and raised in Lewiston, attended Holy Cross and Saint Dom’s schools and then went off to the University of Notre Dame for undergrad. Something kept calling me back to Maine and I ended up transferring to the University of Maine and graduated with a degree in biology. As most Mainers know, there is something special about Maine, and being anywhere else never felt right to me. I had the pleasure of working as an EMT in Lewiston in the year between undergrad and going off to medical school. I was lucky enough to end up at Tufts University School of Medicine as part of their Maine Track program, which gave me the unique opportunity to complete all of my clinical rotations in Maine.

As a Mainer through and through, I always knew I would be in Maine to practice and was hopeful to be able to train here as well. I had the privilege of completing my family medicine residency at Central Maine Medical Center as a rural resident with a clinic in Rumford. I have known since high school that I want to practice sports medicine and am so excited to be completing my fellowship through Maine-Dartmouth.

Outside of the office, I enjoy playing board games, 3D modeling/printing, and heading “upta” camp to go fishing.