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Specialty Care Providers

Other Providers Serving the LincolnHealth Community

Not all providers who care for patients in Lincoln County are employees of Lincoln Medical Partners. Listed below are the physicians and providers who are affiliated with LincolnHealth and regularly provide care to patients in this region.

Chiropractics

  • 207-882-7600
  • Kimberly Slade, DC

Dermatology

  • 207-396-7300
  • Ronald Rovner, MD  

Ear, Nose & Throat

  • 207-443-4511
  • Robert Dixon, MD

Penobscot Bay Neurology

  • 207-593-5757
  • Judd Jensen, MD
  • Bruce Sigsbee, MD
  • Robert Stein, MD
  • Seth Kolkin, MD  207-883-1414
  • Peter Bridgeman, MD/DO  207-729-7800

Urology

  • John Karod, MD  207-594-2501
  • James Ross, MD  207-798-7979

 

 

 

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Help for ENT problems

From ear infections to sleep apnea, learn about ENT conditions and treatments.
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Skin problems and treatments

You may be referred to a specialist called a dermatologist for care of skin conditions.
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Neurology conditions

Read about neurology symptoms and problems affecting the brain, back and nervous system.

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