Farmington Family Practice
Our team of clinicians has decades of training and professional experience, making them uniquely qualified to take care of you and your family through all stages of life.
Our Team of Care Providers
- Jacqueline Caldwell, MD
- Jeffrey Lynds, MD
- Calli Meader, PA-C
- Kristine E. Sanden, DO
- Linda Seabold, PA-C
- Karren Seely, MD
A sampling of our services include:
- Physical exams;
- Women’s health exams;
- Sick visits;
- Well-child visits;
- School and sports physicals;
- Management of chronic health conditions; and
- on-site blood work and lab services.
Patient-Centered Medical Home
Farmington Family Practice has been recognized for being a patient-centered medical home model, a widely recognized symbol of quality that is only earned by successfully passing rigorous and thorough reviews.
Recognition demonstrates that this practice has the tools, systems, and resources to provide our patients with the right care at the right time, including:
- Same day appointments as needed
- Expanded hours
- 24/7 access to a provider
We are conveniently located on the ground floor of the Franklin Health Medical Arts Center, located on the Franklin Memorial Hospital campus.
Office hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
- We are accepting new patients
- Same day appointments are often available.
- We offer 24-hour call coverage (including weekends and holidays) when the office is closed. Simply call the medical practice and listen to the instructions on how to reach the on-call provider.
- If you have any questions, please feel free to give our office a call at 207-778-3326 and someone will be happy to help you.
Please contact us at least 48 hours before you will need to have prescriptions refilled.
If you are unable to make your appointment, 24-hour advance notice is appreciated whenever possible. This allows us to open up that time for another patient needing care.
In an extreme emergency, such as loss of consciousness, chest pain, severe breathing problems, or major bleeding, call your emergency service number (usually 911) first. Do not delay emergency care by calling our office or the hospital. Afterward, if necessary, call your physician for further advice and coordination of your emergency care.
Franklin Memorial Hospital, Franklin Health Pediatrics, Farmington Family Practice and Livermore Falls Family Practice all participate in the Raising Readers program, the statewide network of hospitals and medical practices that gives books to Maine children.
Giving a book to each child at birth and at all well-child visits from two months to five years presents providers with the opportunity to stress to parents the importance of reading aloud to their child, and to give suggestions about how to use the books. Research shows that reading to children daily helps their brains grow and develop, and promotes literacy skills and educational attainment.
Pediatrician Dr. Gabriel Civiello serves as a clinical advisor for this program funded by the Libra Foundation, led and administered by MaineHealth in collaboration with Eastern Maine Health System, and with support from the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center.