Explore below for updates on research, education, and our residency! 

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Graduation is just around the corner! We’re thrilled for our 2019 graduating class. They will bring their hard earned MMC skills to five different states…and even half way across the globe! 2/3 of the class has chosen to pursue fellowship training. An amazing group!

  • Chris Allison - Ultrasound Fellowship; Tufts-Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME

  • Peter Antkowiak - Administration & Operations Fellowship; Harvard-Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA

  • Jason Block - Critical Care Fellowship; Stanford University, Pal Alto, CA

  • Shaila DeLea - Global Health Fellowship; Western Thailand & Pen Bay Medical Center, Rockport, ME

  • Andrew Fried - Ultrasound Fellowship; Tufts-Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME

  • Brook Goddard - Clinical Practice; Vituity, Santa Cruz, CA

  • Heidi Goddard - Clinical Practice; Vituity, Santa Cruz, CA

  • Kelly Meehan-Coussee - Emergency Medical Services Fellowship; Brown University, Providence, RI

  • Karen Wakeman - Clinical Practice; Yakima Valley Hospital-Virginia Mason Memorial, Yakima, WA

Check out our alumni page to see what previous classes are up to.


Another year, another awesome Match. Congratulations to the incoming interns!

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Our Ultrasound Fellowship is expanding!

Huge congratulations to our three 2019-2020 fellows: Gabriela Lopes (UConn), Chris Allison (MMC), and Andrew Fried (MMC).


A warm welcome and congratulations to our 2018 Match class! 

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The protocols and guidelines available on EMGuidelines are now available as an app on the Apple App Store and on Google Play! Just search for EM Guidelines and enjoy!


Our new education site has launched: Visit Down East Emergency Medicine to check it out!

 

 

We hope it will be a useful resource for all.

Please reach out with any questions or comments! 

 

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Living and working in Maine, from our local faculty: 


Dr. Kring and Dr. Croft presenting at EuSEM 2016: European Congress on Emergency Medicine in Vienna, Austria

Dr. Kring and Dr. Croft presenting at EuSEM 2016: European Congress on Emergency Medicine in Vienna, Austria

Ultrasound research 

 

"Ability of Emergency Medicine Residents to Identify and Localize Regional Wall Motion Abnormalities in Acute Myocardial Infarction" 

Abstract Poster


Simulation & Education at MMC

Dr. Holmes discusses our simulation curriculum, along with our new online educational platform

 


Maine Medical Center has started construction on its largest expansion ever. Learn more here:   MMC Expansion

Maine Medical Center has started construction on its largest expansion ever. Learn more here: MMC Expansion

Our Chief, Dr. Baumann, shares his long term vision for the department and our residency:


Welcome to Our Newest Faculty:

 

Dr. Bohanske: Mike finished an EMS fellowship at the University of Cincinnati in 2017. He received his MD from Boston University, completed his residency at the University of Cincinnati, and was chief resident his final year. 

Dr. Leger: One of our recent chief residents, a native of the state, Dr. Leger joined our clinical faculty in 2017.

Dr. Lu: Dr. Lu was previously an attending at Northwestern in Chicago while completing a Masters degree in clinical and translational research. David received his MD and a Masters in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his residency at the Northwestern University Emergency Medicine Residency Program. 

Dr. Wendell: Lauren was previously an attending in the UPMC system (Pittsburgh Residency Program).  She is also a native of the great state of Maine.  She joined our clinical faculty in the summer of 2017.

Dr. Wilson: Christina recently completed the ultrasound fellowship at Mass General. She received her MD from the University of Virginia School of Medicine and completed her residency at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program. 

 

 

Dr. Wilson explains why she chose MMC: 

 

 

 

 

 

Our research productivity in the last 5 years with our 2016 numbers still growing! 

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