Robert R. Sholl M.D., FAAFP., IFMCP
Dr. Robert Sholl is a board certified Family Physician who has thirty five years experience in primary care family medicine, including twenty five years of Obstetrics and hospital care. He is Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practitioners, and graduated from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine (ranked one of the nation’s best medical schools by U.S. News and World Report). His residency was completed at the Maine Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program, and until 2011 he was on the staff at Southern Maine Medical Center where he also served as Chief of the Department of Family Practice for several years.
Dr. Sholl founded the Wellspring Health Center in 1983 where his brother, Doug Sholl, D. MIN, LMFT, joined him in the collaboration of Family Medicine with Family Systems Therapy. Dr. Sholl is a graduate of the Food as Medicine course through the The Center for MInd-Body Medicine in Baltimore. He is a graduate of the Applying Functional Medicine to Clinical Practice course through the Institute for Functional Medicine (an advanced course for Functional Medicine doctors). Dr. Sholl is currently keeping abreast of the latest scientific medical advances with continuing education through the Functional Medicine Certification Program through the IFM. His additional interest in fitness led to a certification as a Health and Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine in 2008. His interests include enjoying the outdoors, gardening, spending time with his family, and running.
Noreen M. Sholl MD, ABFP
Dr. Noreen Sholl is a board certified Family Physician and maintained an active Family Medicine Primary Care Practice at Wellspring for ten years. This included Obstetrics and total hospital care at Southern Maine Medical Center. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine (the fifth oldest medical school in the United States) and the St. Margaret’s Hospital Family Practice residency program in Pittsburgh, PA. She then completed a one year rural Family Medicine Fellowship through the Tacoma General Hospital in the state of Washington. She is a graduate of the Food as Medicine course through the Mind Body Institute and the Applying Functional Medicine to Clinical Practice course through the IFM. Dr. Noreen Sholl is a certified Therapeutic Life Style Change Therapist using the First Line Therapy Medical Nutrition Program through Metagenics Lab. Additionally Dr. Noreen is in the process of becoming certified as a Functional Medicine Health Coach, and is currently on temporary leave from the medical practice.
Robert Sholl, MD and Noreen Sholl, MD
Functional Medicine Doctors