Catherine Chamberlin, DO, will be joining the medical team at Bethel Family Health Center this summer to provide medical care to area residents. She recently completed the Maine Dartmouth Family Practice Residency. In 2011, she received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree at University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Previously she graduated from Dartmouth College, N.H. with a BA in Biology.
Dr. Chamberlin stated that she was born and raised in Maine and has always wanted to practice in a rural area. She fell in love with Bethel through her work with Outward Bound and Mahoosuc Guide Service and is thrilled to have the opportunity to become a part of the Bethel community. Her areas of professional interest include family medicine, women’s health, sports medicine, pediatrics, and osteopathic manipulation.
“I believe in treating the whole person, the whole family and the whole community, shared Dr. Chamberlin. “My philosophy is to discover and pursue wellness through traditional and integrative medicine.”
At the health center, Dr. Chamberlin will work alongside physicians, Rich DeCarolis and Kevin Finley, as well as family nurse practitioner, Kristen Waitt and clinical social worker, Leslie Lufkin. 3,600 people from Andover, Bethel, Gilead, Greenwood, Hanover, Newton, Upton, Woodstock and neighboring towns visit the health center each year for a variety of medical and behavioral health and dental services.