Best and Promising Practice with Eric Steele, DO

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About Eric Steele, DO

Erik Steele, D.O. is a family physician practicing family medicine primary at the nonprofit primary care
and insurance company Martins Point Health Care. He is also the immediate past president of the Maine
Medical Association.
He has practiced primary care for more than 30 years, and emergency medicine in rural Maine hospitals
for more than 20 years. He has served in several leadership roles in healthcare, including as chief
medical officer of two large integrated delivery systems, CEO of a rural Maine hospital, and ED
administrator for a large tertiary hospital. He has led and participated in numerous collaboration
projects between different specialty areas of the health care delivery system, including between
emergency medicine and occupational medicine, emergency medicine and primary care. He was a
medical columnist for the Bangor Daily New for 17 years, and has written and presented frequently on a
broad range of health care topics.
His work as a primary care physician includes providing medication-assisted therapy to patients with
Opioid Use Disorder, which he describes as being one of the most fulfilling parts of routine family
medical care that he provides.
Dr Steele is a graduate of Bowdoin College, and the University of New England College of Osteopathic
Medicine. He did a rotating osteopathic internship at Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Stratford, New
Jersey, and his family medicine residency at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. He is board
certified in family medicine.
He is a recipient of the UNECOM Pioneer of Osteopathic Medicine Award, has been on UNECOM’s
clinical faculty for many years and served briefly on its board, has been a mentor to many of its
students, and is a long time supporter of UNECOM.
Dr. Steele lives with his family in Yarmouth, Maine.

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  • Eric Steele
    Eric Steele
    DO

    Erik Steele, D.O. is a family physician practicing family medicine primary at the nonprofit primary care
    and insurance company Martins Point Health Care. He is also the immediate past president of the Maine
    Medical Association.
    He has practiced primary care for more than 30 years, and emergency medicine in rural Maine hospitals
    for more than 20 years. He has served in several leadership roles in healthcare, including as chief
    medical officer of two large integrated delivery systems, CEO of a rural Maine hospital, and ED
    administrator for a large tertiary hospital. He has led and participated in numerous collaboration
    projects between different specialty areas of the health care delivery system, including between
    emergency medicine and occupational medicine, emergency medicine and primary care. He was a
    medical columnist for the Bangor Daily New for 17 years, and has written and presented frequently on a
    broad range of health care topics.
    His work as a primary care physician includes providing medication-assisted therapy to patients with
    Opioid Use Disorder, which he describes as being one of the most fulfilling parts of routine family
    medical care that he provides.
    Dr Steele is a graduate of Bowdoin College, and the University of New England College of Osteopathic
    Medicine. He did a rotating osteopathic internship at Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Stratford, New
    Jersey, and his family medicine residency at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. He is board
    certified in family medicine.
    He is a recipient of the UNECOM Pioneer of Osteopathic Medicine Award, has been on UNECOM’s
    clinical faculty for many years and served briefly on its board, has been a mentor to many of its
    students, and is a long time supporter of UNECOM.
    Dr. Steele lives with his family in Yarmouth, Maine.

Date

Feb 28 2024
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Time

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

Location

Webinar

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Email
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