SMHC Welcomes Matthew Fasolino, DO, Family Medicine
April 07, 2021
Southern Maine Health Care (SMHC) is pleased to welcome Matthew Fasolino, DO, who has joined SMHC’s Primary Care practice in Kennebunk.
Dr. Fasolino was most recently a Family Medicine Physician at Western Maine Primary Care in Norway, Maine, after residency at Northern Light Family Medicine Center in Bangor, Maine. He is also graduate of Stockton University in Galloway, New Jersey and Temple University School of Medicine Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Fasolino completed his medical degree at Lake Eerie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. His clinical interests are sports medicine and wound care.
“I grew up without health insurance,” said Dr. Fasolino, “so my goal as a Primary Care Physician is to provide reliable, high-quality care to everyone regardless of socio-economic background, race, sex, political affiliation or sexual orientation, in collaboration with them to achieve their health goals.”
Dr. Fasolino is accepting new patients at the SMHC Kennebunk Primary Care practice at 2 Livewell Drive. Please call 207-467-8988 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
About Southern Maine Health Care
Southern Maine Health Care (SMHC) is an award-winning health care organization that includes a full service, acute care medical center in Biddeford and a medical center in Sanford with York County’s only inpatient behavioral health unit. Both medical centers offer 24/7 Emergency care, surgical and diagnostic services. SMHC offers primary care, specialty care, outpatient diagnostic and therapy services across York County and Walk-In Care centers in Kennebunk, Saco, Sanford and Waterboro. SMHC is Joint Commission accredited and is part of the MaineHealth system, a growing family of health care services in northern New England with a non-profit mission dedicated to “improving the health of our patients and communities by providing high-quality affordable care, educating tomorrow's caregivers, and researching better ways to provide care.” To learn more, visit smhc.org.