Internal Medicine

Physicians who specialize in internal medicine, commonly known as Internists, focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions that affect adults. An Internist may be an adult’s primary care provider, like a Family Practitioner, but they typically handle more complex chronic illnesses and patients with multiple health risk factors or problems. Internists may focus on general internal medicine or opt for additional training to sub-specialize in one or more of the 13 recognized areas of Internal Medicine (e.g. cardiology, oncology, gastroenterology, and pulmonology).
Internal Medicine specialists may be a MD (Doctor of Medicine) or a DO (Doctor of Osteopathy).

Pines Internists see patients at one or more Pines Federally Qualified Health Centers:

Dr. Sherri Dumont, DO

Irene Djuanda, MD

Caribou Health Center
Phone: (207) 498-2356
Fax: (207) 492-6260

Irene Djuanda, MD
Sherri Dumont, DO

Caribou Health Center
Phone: (207) 498-2356
Fax: (207) 492-6260

Sherri Dumont, DO
Rohit Gautam, MD, MBA

Caribou Health Center
Phone: (207) 498-2356
Fax: (207) 492-6260

Presque Isle Family Health Center
Phone: (207) 769-2025
Fax: (207) 764-0629

Rohit Gautam, MD, MBA
Jeffrey Hoeksma, MD

Caribou Health Center
Phone: (207) 498-2356
Fax: (207) 492-6260

Jeffrey Hoeksma, MD
Sadia Munawar, MD

Caribou Health Center
Phone: (207) 498-2356
Fax: (207) 492-6260

Sadia Munawar, MD

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