Danielle Stout, F.N.P. has joined the staff at Minot Avenue Family Medicine located in Auburn.
Stout attended St. Joseph’s College of Maine in Standish earning her Bachelors degree in Nursing. While working as a Registered Nurse for Central Maine Medical Center, she completed her graduate studies at St. Joseph’s College of Maine earning a Master of Nursing Studies, Family Nurse Practitioner degree.
She completed her Clinical Practicum in Family Medicine at Winthrop Family Medicine. Stout also completed Clinical Practicums in Women’s Health at Women’s Specialty Center (Lewiston, Me.) and Pediatrics at Brunswick Primary Care, Bridgton Pediatrics, and Freeport Pediatrics.
“My background is bedside nursing so I incorporate that philosophy into my care. I am present with my patients and able to connect with them,” said Stout who also sees her role as, “educating patients, encouraging good health care/healthy choices, preventative medicine and being an integral team member to patients’ care.”
Stout practices at Minot Avenue Family Medicine in collaboration with Margo Goodman, D.O., Kema Kassalaba, N.P., Gerald Lachance, D.O., Dana Little, M.D., Cheryl Noe, F.N.P., and James Ostrander, D.O.
Minot Avenue Family Medicine is part of Central Maine Medical Group and can be reached by calling 207-795-8475.
About Minot Avenue Family Medicine
Minot Avenue Family Medicine (MAFM), part of Central Maine Medical Group, provides care for people of all ages, including newborns and seniors. The practice offers preventative care such as physicals and gynecological exams along with management of acute and chronic diseases. MAFM participates in March of Dimes March for Babies, American Heart Association walk-a-thon, Harold Alfond College Challenge, and Raising Readers providing every child with one book per year until age five. MAFM has been recognized by National Committee for Quality Assurance for diabetes management and Bridges to Excellence which identifies physicians who deliver high-value care to patients with specific chronic diseases.