Dr. Larson earned her bachelor’s degree in physiology from the University of California at San Diego. She graduated from the University of Vermont College of Medicine in 1992 and went on to complete five years of active duty service in the United States Army Medical Corps. She completed her residency training at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine, in 1999. And she’s been a regular volunteer on the clean-up crew at the Preble Street Resource Center since 1997.
She is board-certified in family medicine and has experience working in multiple practice settings, including academic medical centers/residency training programs, rural clinics, acute care, and solo medical practice.
She earned her master’s degree in business administration at Brandeis University in 2017 and is passionate about leveraging her business skills along with her clinical background to promote family medicine as a critical foundation to a sustainable healthcare system.
Her mission as a family medicine physician is to provide exceptional, comprehensive health care to the whole family in and around Scarborough, Maine, based on trusting personal relationships with patients, their families, and the community.