SO. PORTLAND, MAINE – Maine Behavioral Healthcare has hired Michele Rock, DO of Cumberland, ME to serve as the Medical Director of the Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders (CADD) of Maine Behavioral Healthcare.
Dr. Rock is a graduate of the University of the New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine – Boston Medical Center. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Rock join our growing autism and developmental disorders service,” said Dr. Matthew Siegel, Vice President of Medical Affairs, Autism and Development Disorders Service at Maine Behavioral Healthcare. “She is a highly respected Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician who has provided excellence in the care of youth with developmental disorders in Maine for over 10 years. She will lead our outpatient clinic team and apply her knowledge and skills to bringing our care to the next level of service for our patients and families.” “With Dr. Rock’s leadership, we will have the most extensive outpatient services for youth with autism and developmental disorders in Maine, all gathered under one roof, including child psychiatry, developmental behavioral pediatrics, psychology, behavior analysis, psychotherapy, case management, speech and occupational therapy services.”
Dr. Rock’s responsibilities include providing administrative leadership and treating patients at the CADD clinic in South Portland.
About Maine Behavioral Healthcare
Maine Behavioral Healthcare is a leading provider of developmental disorder and mental health services, with over 30 outpatient locations throughout southern, western and mid-coast Maine, as well as Spring Harbor Hospital, providing an integrated continuum of comprehensive, coordinated behavioral healthcare for Maine residents of all ages. Maine Behavioral Healthcare is part of MaineHealth, Maine’s largest health system. Learn more at MaineBehavioralHealthcare.org
About the Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders
The Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders is located at 236 Gannett Drive in South Portland. It offers Maine children, adolescents and their families a single source for comprehensive, coordinated treatment through a multi-disciplinary outpatient clinic, day treatment program, primary care consultation and clinical research. The Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders (CADD) was made possible by leadership gifts of Judith Gickman Lauder in memory of Albert B. Glickman and the Harold Alfond Foundation in memory of Dorothy "Bibby" Alfond. Learn more.