New doctors in training at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston include, from left, front, Dillon Lawler, Robyn Rowell, Yukino Strong, Amy Stedman and Ramneek Gill; back, Alexander Babaoghli and Sarang Kumar.

LEWISTON — Central Maine Medical Center recently welcomed the latest members of its Family Medicine Residency class.

The seven physicians will work at Central Maine Healthcare locations for the next few years as doctors in training and graduate in 2026.

Central Maine Family Medicine Residency provides comprehensive primary care services for patients of all ages. The program also provides prenatal and obstetrical care and hospital care for adults, children and newborns.

Care is delivered by a team of professionals that includes experienced family physicians, Family Medicine residents, nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, nurses and other clinical staff.

This practice also offers osteopathic manipulation, a dermatology clinic, weekly procedure clinics, integrative medicine and a women’s health clinic. Group medical appointments are offered for diabetes, chronic pain and suboxone. Walk-in hours are available.

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