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Dr Karren Seely joins Franklin Health Farmington Family Practice

September 02, 2016

Franklin Health Farmington Family Practice (FFP) is pleased to announce that Karren Seely, MD, has permanently joined its medical practice after providing interim care there, as well as at Franklin Health Livermore Falls Family Practice over the last 10 months.

Dr. Seely received her medical degree from the University of Arizona College of Medicine, then completed a three-year residency at the Maine Dartmouth Family Residency Program. Dr. Seely has a professional interest in LGBT issues (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender).

FFP is a level 3 patient-centered medical home, a widely recognized symbol of quality. This recognition demonstrates that the practice provides its patients with the right care at the right time, including: same day appointments as needed, expanded hours, 24/7 access to a provider, management of chronic health conditions by a care support nurse, and direct delivery of behavioral health services by a licensed clinical social worker as needed.

Franklin Health Farmington Family Practice is located on the ground floor of the Franklin Health Medical Arts Center on the Franklin Memorial Hospital campus. Besides Dr. Seely, other health care providers include: Kristine Sanden, DO; Jacqueline Caldwell, MD; Calli Meader, PA-C; Linda Seabold, PA-C; and Brent Laflin, LCSW.

For more information or to make an appointment, call Franklin Health Farmington Family Practice at 778-3326.

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