Mon. Sep 27th, 2021
Centralmaine.com reports that Direct Primary Care physician Dr. Minda Gold will be one of the speakers at a workshop on aging and dying in Damariscotta, Maine on 8-29. The workshop will be the focus of cross cultural and religious perspectives on aging and dying. Participants will learn about Wabanaki, Judaic, and Muslim traditions and beliefs surrounding aging, end of life care, death and dying within different cultures and religions as you meet and interact with our panelist’s: The Wabanaki Nation, Lisa Sockabasin, MS, RN, Director, Wabanaki Public Health Interim Director, Wabanaki Healing & Recovery Departments, WPHW; The Jewish Community, Minda Gold, MD FAAFP, physician, Full Circle Direct Primary Care; and The Muslim Community, Rifat A. Zaide, MD – Orthopedic Surgeon, LincolnHealth.

Dr Gold’s vision of Family Medicine is a partnership with her patients and colleagues at Full Circle Direct Primary Care to provide a holistic, integrated medical home.  Along with her husband, a renowned artist and her two sons, Dr Gold enjoys “anything outdoors”, travel and spending time with friends and family. She began Full Circle Direct Primary Care in 2017 after practicing family medicine in the traditional system for 22 years.

It is great to see DPC physicians sharing their many different areas of expertise out in their communities. Make sure to forward us your stories about what you are doing in your communities.

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