Providers

Dr. John Stanhope

Education

  • Deering H.S. (1970)
  • USM (1974)
  • UGH, Kansas City, MO; 1974 - 1978, D.O.

Training

  • Osteopathic Hospital of Maine (Now Brighton Medical Center)
  • Internship (P64-1) 1978-1979
  • Surgery (P64-2) 1979-1980
  • Anesthesia (P64-2) 1984-1985

Certifications

  • BLS 2015
  • ACLS 2015

Exams

  • SPEX October 2015 - passed 

Courses

  • PESS-MAT Office-Based Treatment for Opioid Disorders (10/10/2015)

Practice

  • Maine License since 1980 (ME #989)
  • Air Force Flight Surgeon (1980 - 1984)
  • Emergency Med, Occupational Med, OMT. Various locations 1984 - 1994
  • General/Family Practice - OMT 1994 - Present in Portland and Westbrook, Maine. Currently employed by Maine Centers for Healthcare; joined their practice in 2011

Family

  • Married to Elaine Stanhope since 1972, four children, and two grandchildren 

Dr. Weinberg

Education

1998-1999

Physician-in-training, Addiction Medicine
Member, American Society of Addiction Medicine

1986

Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians

1983-1986

Overlook Hospital of Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, Family Practice Residency Program
Newark-Beth Israel Medical Center, High Risk Obstetrics

1979-1983

Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Doctor of Medicine

1977-1979

Columbia University, Premedical Program (honors)

1969-1972

City College of New York, BS Math (cum laude)

1966-1969

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Aerospace Engineering

Licensure

1986-Present

Licensed by the Board of Registration in Medicine, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

2000-Present

Licensed by the Board of Medical Examiners, State of New Hampshire

2002-Present

Licensed by the Board of Medical Examiners, State of Maine

1983 - Present

Licensed by New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners, inactive

Certification

American Board of Family Medicine
American Society of Addiction Medicine
National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners

Clinical Experience

1991-Present

Independent Contractor of Medical Services

2008-Present

Private Practice, Portland, Maine; Addiction Medicine
Concentra Medical Centers, Maine; Urgent Care, Occupational Medicine, Medical Director and per diem
Disability Determination Services, DHHS, Maine, Medical Consultant
Supervising Physician, Family Nurse Practitioners, XL Home.

Prior to 2008

Functioned as Medical Director of 2 different Chemical Dependency Hospitals, performed as consultant in Department of Internal Medicine, served on the staff of several WalkIn Clinics, and was in private Family Medicine Practice.

1983-1986

Resident, Department of Family Practice, Overlook Hospital of Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, Summit, New Jersey
Clinical Teaching Fellow, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Geriatrician, Berkeley Heights Convalescent Center
School Physician, Summit High School
Staff Physician, Urgent Care Medical Center, New Jersey

Professional Organizations

American Society of Addiction Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians
Massachusetts Medical Society
New Hampshire Medical Society
Maine Medical Society

Interests

Ball room dance
Downhill skiing
Cross country skiing
Music, jazz and classical
Piano
Family
Spirituality
Physical fitness
And many more

Scott Davis

Dr. Davis is an Internist and American Board of Addiction Medicine specialist. He is also recognized as an Addiction Medicine Fellow by the American Society of Addiction Medicine. For over 20 years, Dr. Davis has treated patients with substance abuse and addiction in all phases of treatment. He completed his medical school training at Boston University in 1991 and then went onto completing internal medicine residency in 1994. Dr. Davis practiced Internal Medicine for 12 years prior to completing an Addiction Medicine Fellowship at Loma Linda University in Southern California. He then continued as Inpatient Medical Director for over six years at the world renowned Betty Ford Center in California. Dr. Davis successfully started one of the first inpatient Suboxone detoxification programs at the Betty Ford Center. When he relocated to Maine in 2010 he served as the Addiction Medicine Director for Penobscot Community Healthcare in Bangor, Maine. He has extensive experience in opioid detoxification and medication assisted treatment with both methadone and Suboxone. Over the years, Dr. Davis has continued to provide treatment to patients with co-occurring chronic medical and psychiatric disorders. Dr. Davis resides in South Portland and travels to Virginia to visit family whenever possible.