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SMHC Welcomes New Physicians

March 15, 2018

nadeau eid smSouthern Maine Health Care (SMHC) is pleased to announce that surgeon John Nadeau, D.O. and pulmonologist Tarek Eid, M.D. have joined SMHC Physicians.

John Nadeau, D.O. (l), specializes in General Surgery. He graduated from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Suburban General Hospital. Dr. Nadeau is practicing at SMHC Surgery, located at 9 Healthcare Drive in Biddeford.

 

Tarek Eid, M.D. (r), specializes in Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine. He graduated from the University of Damascus, Syria and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Legacy Emanuel & Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland, Oregon. Eid was Fellowship trained in Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University and in Sleep Medicine at Stanford University. Dr. Eid is practicing at SMHC Pulmonology, with offices at 9 Healthcare Drive in Biddeford and 25A June Street in Sanford.

 

About Southern Maine Health Care
Southern Maine Health Care (SMHC) is a national award-winning healthcare system with a non-profit mission “to improve the health and health care of the communities we serve.”  SMHC includes a full service, acute care medical center in Biddeford, with York County’s only inpatient mental health unit. Emergency care, surgical services, and diagnostic and therapy services are available at SMHC’s Medical Centers in Biddeford and Sanford. SMHC offers primary care and multi-specialty physician services, diagnostic and therapy services, and Walk-In Care centers in various York County communities including Biddeford, Kennebunk, Saco, Sanford, North Berwick and Waterboro. SMHC is Joint Commission accredited and has been recognized for quality excellence by numerous outside organizations. To learn more about SMHC and SMHC providers, visit smhc.org, https://www.youtube.com/c/smhcorgme, or https://twitter.com/SMHCHealth.

 

Media Contact:

Leslie Roberts
(207) 283.7232
lbroberts@smhc.org

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