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Can you be my primary care doctor? 

No. While my education provided me training to be a primary care physician, I choose to practice in an adjunctive role so that I have more freedom to be present for my patients. I strongly recommend my patients have a PCP and/or OB/GYN to manage urgent health concerns.


Can you manage my pregnancy? 

Unfortunately, no. I do not have midwifery or obstetrics training and am only able to offer adjunctive support to you during your pregnancy.  I am happy to work alongside your OB or midwife to help provide you the best care possible during your pregnancy.


Can I work with you from another state?

I am currently licensed in Maine and New Hampshire.  If you are able to travel to see me in person at one of the locations I practice out of in those states, then yes. (Click here to see locations) However, due to licensing regulations, I am unable to provide telehealth services if you live outside of those states at the moment.


Do you take insurance?  

I do not currently accept insurance.  This allows our visits to take shape to truly address your concerns without worrying about having to tick boxes.  I am happy to provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance or HSA for reimbursement if you desire.


Can I use an HSA card to pay for services? 


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