David Alan Loxterkamp, M.D.
Birthdate: 19 March 1953
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Belfast, Maine 04915
- Creighton University, College of Arts & Sciences, Omaha, NE 1971-74.
- University of Iowa, College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA M.D. 1974-79.
- Family Practice Residency, York Hospital, York, PA 1979-82.
- University of Chicago, Graduate Division/Social Sciences, Chicago, IL M.A. 1984
- AIDS Mini-Residency, San Francisco General Hospital, 1991
- Board Certification in Family Medicine, 1982-present. Staff Physician, Claretian Medical Center, 2945 East 91st Street, Chicago, Ill; Hospital privileges- South Chicago Community Hospital Oct 1982-Feb 1984
- Private Practice: Seaport Family Practice, PA. 41 Wight Street, Belfast, ME 04915.
- Hospital privileges at Waldo County General Hospital, Belfast, ME l984-present.
- Waldo County Medical Examiner October, 1984-present.
- Fellow, Department of Family & Community Medicine, UCSF, San Francisco, CA, July 1990-August 1991.
- Member, Admissions Subcommittee, Tufts-MMC Medical School, 2009-2012
- Associate Clinical Professor in Family Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine.
- A Measure of My Days: The Journal of a Country Doctor. University Press of New England. Hanover, NH & London: April 1997
- A Life in Medicine: A Literary Anthology, ed. Robert Coles & Randy Testa. The New Press, NY 2002 Contribution: “Facing our Morality: The Virtue of a Common Life.”
- Professions of Faith: Living and Working as a Catholic. Ed. James Martin & Jeremy Langford. Sheed & Ward, 2002. Contribution: “My Practice as the Presence of God.”
- The Country Doctor Revisited: A Twenty-First Century Reader, Therese Zink, ed. Kent State University Press, Kent, OH 2010. Contribution: “A Vow of Connectedness.”
- Restoring Primary Care: Reframing Relationships and Redesigning Practice. Anton Kuzel and John D. Engel. Radcliffe Publishing. Oxford, UK. 2011 Contribution: Forward: “The Reflective Practitioner and the Goals of Medicine.”
- What Matters in Medicine: Lessons from a Life in Primary Care. University of Michigan Press. Ann Arbor, MI. March, 2013
- Alpha Sigma Nu- National Jesuit Honor Society, Creighton University 1974
- Student Research Fellowship, University of Iowa 1976
- Board Certification- Am Board of Family Practice 1983; Re-certified in 1989,1996, 2002, 2009
- Plenary Speaker, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Spring Meeting, 1999
- Plenary Speaker, University of Kansas Symposium on Religion & Medicine, Fall 1999
- Workshop Leader: The Examined Life: Literature & Art of Medicine, U of Iowa, 2007
- Workshop Leader: Caring for the Caregiver. Perspectives on Literature & Medicine, Manchester N.H. 2007, 2008, & 2010
- Lead Physician: National Demonstration Project, TransforMed, June 2006-June 2008
- Lead Physician: Maine Patient Centered Medical Home Pilot, January 2010-13
- Plenary speaker: Restoring the Joy: Re-humanizing Patient Care through Redesign and Compassionate Relationship, Akron OH, October 13, 2010, sponsored by the Institute for Professionalism Inquiry, SUMMA Health System.
- Workshop Co-leader: After Shock- Humanities Perspectives on Trauma. Sponsored by the Maine Humanities Council. Washington, D.C. November 12-13, 2010
- Plenary speaker: The Patient Centered Medical Home Workshop for the Primary Care Office, Union Hospital, Dover, PA. November 20th, 2010
- Plenary speaker: The Ohio Rural Scholars Program, October 14-15, 2011.
- Plenary speaker: Iowa Primary Care Association Conference, October 20-22, 2011.
- Plenary speaker: Family Medicine Education Consortium Conference, Oct 21-23, 2011.
- Plenary speaker: Tufts U. School of Medicine 14th Annual Practical Approaches for the Preceptor. May 4, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts.
- Plenary Speaker, AAFP Workshop for Directors of Family Medicine Residencies, June 4, 2012, Kansas City, Missouri.
- Panelist, CMS Symposium on Care Coordination and Quality Improvement, The White House, Washington, D.C., June 6th, 2012.
- Plenary speaker: 18th Annual Attending Clergy Association Symposium. October 30-November 1, 2012, Dallas, Texas.
- Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, April 2, 1997 “Down East’s Doctor of Body & Soul” by John Koch
- NPR’s Weekend Edition, Sunday, May 18th, 1997: interview with Liane Hansen
- LIFE Magazine, June 1998 cover story: “What Makes A Good Doctor?” by Claudia Dowling, photographs by Lynn Johnson
- ABC Nightline Documentary, March 13, 2000: “Family Doctor” by John Baynard
- NPR’s Weekend Edition, Sunday, May 29, 2011: interview with Liane Hansen
Practice transformation, addiction medicine, group visits, narrative medicine.
Long-distance running, local architecture & history, choral singing, potato farming.