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St. Mary's Grows as a Teaching Hospital

St. Mary's welcomes two new third year medical students who will be working with Anne Brown, MD and several other providers in an innovative educational opportunity. Traditionally, students follow a provider as they access and treat patients. This program takes a longitudinal approach to learning. Students will instead follow patients (with their permission) as they navigate the health care system. This will broaden their perspective on the patients experience while exposing them to a wide variety of clinical care.

Pelletier_Jonathan

Jonathan is a fourth generation Mainer from Scarborough. He attended the University of Maine at Orono and is part of the MMC/TUSM Early Assurance program. Jonathan is certified as an EMT and also served as the Networking Executive for the Health Professions Club at UMO. Jonathan was a volunteer for Medical Outreach Maine - a group which works to educate young children on proper dental hygiene in rural and under served areas in Penobscot and Aroostook counties.

"For years, my life's goal has been to become a physician and help those around me whom I care about so much. Maine is where I want to practice. Its breathtaking beauty and wonderful residents will remain in my heart forever, and I would welcome the opportunity to practice in a rural Maine hospital."

Jonathan Pelletier
Witkin_Deborah

Deborah is a first generation Mainer who grew up in Hallowell. She studied Music at Wesleyan University in Connecticut and after college, moved to London, England where she completed a Masters Degree in Ethnomusicology. Eventually, her passion for customer service and a desire to help people motivated her to pursue a career in medicine.
Deborah has worked as a Clinical Research Assistant at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston. She has also published several articles/abstracts related to Ophthalmology.

"The Maine Track at Tufts University School of Medicine will give me a solid introduction to the complexities and challenges of rural medicine."

Deborah Witkin

 

This program is a joint partnership with Maine Medical Center and Tufts University School of Medicine.

 

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