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Bowdoin College Health Services staff includes two Board Certified Family Physicians, Board Certified Physician Assistants, Board Certified Nurse Practitioners, a Registered Nurse, a medical assistant and an administrative coordinator. In addition, Anne-Marie Davee, MS, RD, LD, a dietician, has weekly sessions at Health Services.


 

Suzanne Stanton

Suzanne Stanton

Administrative Coordinator

Suzanne grew up in Topsham, Maine and received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Maine. She lives in Bowdoinham with her husband and her son.

Leslie Nuccio


Leslie Nuccio

Student Health Insurance Coordinator

Leslie Nuccio grew up in Fairfield, CT and attended undergraduate schools in Boston and Pensacola, FL. She had worked in both administrative and nursing jobs in both CT and Maine.  Her son and daughter were both born in Maine, and now she also has three grandchildren who all live nearby. She enjoys reading, gardening, boating and spending time with family and friends.  She lives in Bath with her husband and two Scottie dogs Winston and Lady Sadie. Her background in insurance came from years of doing billing/accounts receivable for a private medical practice, and then almost ten years for a large insurance company in various positions prior to coming to Bowdoin.  She enjoys meeting and assisting the students with their claims and insurance issues. Medical insurance seems to be a mystery to most, not just students!

 Julie Gray

  

  

Julie Gray

M.H.S., P.A.-C

Physician Assistant

Julie attended Colby College as an undergraduate and went on to complete the PA program and receive her masters in health sciences from Duke University. She worked at maine Medical Center and Brighton Medical Center in the emergency department for 12 years. She also worked in family practice/urgent care in Freeport before coming to Bowdoin. Julie lives in Freeport with her husband and 3 daughters.

Carri Kivela

 

Carri Nix Kivela

M.S., N.P.-C

Nurse Practitioner

Carri was born in Texas and lived in several states coast to coast during her childhood. She attended the University of Vermont as an undergraduate and received a Master's in Nursing from the University of Rochester. She is now married with a son in high school. They share their home with three llamas, three cats, and a yellow lab named Fenway. She enjoys traveling, snowshoeing, playing ice hockey, hiking, photography and gardening. Her areas of clinical interest include asthma, concussions, travel health and sexual health.

Wendy Sansone

  
 

Wendy Sansone

R.N., M.S.N.

Clinical Coordinator

Wendy obtained her bachelor's degree at Villanova University and a Master's in Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked as a registered nurse for 35 years. She lives in Yarmouth with her husband and pug named Jack. She has four grown children, the youngest one now in college.

Jane MacMaster      

 

Jeff Maher

Jeff Maher

M.D.

Jeff attended Georgetown University and Eastern Virginia Medical School. He completed his Family Practice residency at Eastern Maine Medical Center. Jeff works full time at Brunswick Family Health as the managing Physician seeing a full panel of patients. At that office they have active medical staff priviledges at Parkview Hospital in Brunswick. They work more broadly with the Central Maine Medical Group which allows collegial access to a host of specialty care practices. He consults part time at Bowdoin College Health Services as a consulting physician. He helps students navigate the health system, such as it is, in Brunswick and when necessary, within the Central Maine Health Care Family or beyond. He lives in Brunswick with his wife and 2 children.

Cortney Linville

D.O.

Anne-Marie Davee

Anne-Marie Davee

MS, RD, LD

Dietician

Anne-Marie is a registered and licensed dietitian with over 25 years of experience in the health promotion field. Her educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in foods & nutrition from the University of Maine, a dietetic internship in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, a master’s degree in nutrition with an exercise science concentration from the University of Maine, an advanced graduate study certificate in public health from the University of New England, and a State of Maine Teacher Certificate in Health.
Her published research includes an article about the effects of diet and exercise on bone density published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, and published research articles regarding Maine’s Vending and A La Carte Intervention in Public High Schools which appeared in Preventing Chronic Disease Journal, Journal of School Health, and Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
Anne-Marie is a competitive runner and tri-athlete.  She has completed twenty (26 mile) marathons and ten triathlons including the first Women’s Olympic Trials Marathon in 1984.