We are a (7–7–7 unopposed) Family Medicine Residency
South Central Maine is just 2½ hours from Boston, and 45 minutes from Maine’s rugged coastline or its majestic mountains. Lewiston/Auburn’s central location offers easy access to a myriad of activities, people and places without ever giving up the warm, secure feeling that living in a smaller community offers.
Central Maine Medical Center’s Family Medicine Residency prepares physicians to practice rural family medicine. The versatility of a rural educational plan allows graduates to practice in communities from 500 to 500,000.
CMMC’s 3-year Family Medicine Residency operates out of the Oscar Treat Turner Family Medicine Center, an outpatient health center adjacent to the medical center complex. The lower level houses program administration, conference space, and faculty, resident, and program staff offices. The ground level is the patient care area, which includes 18 exam rooms (four of which are equipped with OMT (Osteopathic Manipulation Treatment tables) and 2 treatment/procedure rooms, a large precepting area and a well stocked medical library.
Since its inception in 1978, the CMMC FMR has graduated over 143 family physicians, practicing from Maine to California, Hawaii, Alaska, New Zealand and Norway, Scandinavia.