ME Chapter of ACOFP
The Maine Chapter of the American Colleges of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) is dedicated to caring for Maine’s DO Family Physicians! The Maine Chapter ACOFP was established in February 2004 in order to better assist Maine Physicians in giving formal input to the ACOFP, strengthen the relationship between students, residents and practicing physicians in the state, the opportunity for additional CME venues and the ability to further solidify the profession in Maine.
The mission of the Maine Chapter of the ACOFP is to promote excellence in osteopathic family medicine through quality education, visionary leadership and responsible advocacy.
Members of the Maine Chapter ACOFP are eligible for the following benefits:
- Free copy of “a Physicians Guide to Billing and Coding,” co-authored by Douglas Jorgensen, DO, CPC and Raymond Jorgensen, MS, CPC, valued at $25.
- Practice Management Information and Assistance
- Discounted Fees to Maine Chapter ACOFP CME Courses
- Group Discount on Medical Supplies
- Discount Debt Collection Agency Services
- Quarterly E-News Briefs
- Advocacy on Legislative and Regulatory Issues through the MOA
The Maine Chapter finished it’s charter year with 36 members and currently has over 50 Active Physician members. Dues are $50 for Active Physicians, $25 for Residents and free for Students! In order to be eligible for Maine Chapter ACOFP membership, you must be a member of the Maine Osteopathic Association. To become a member of the Maine Chapter, please fill out the application and forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 207-623-4228.
President, Merideth Norris, D.O., FACOFP, So. Portland
President-Elect: Shayna Lemke, D.O.
Interim Secretary/Treasurer: Andrew Candlelore, D.O.
Elisabeth Del Prete, D.O.
John Kazilionis, D.O.
Audrey Okun-Langlais, D.O.
John Kazilionis, DO
Shayna Lemke, D.O.
Merideth Norris, D.O.
Angela Westhoff, Executive Director and Chapter Coordinator
128 State Street, Suite 102
Augusta, Maine 04330