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Eric R. Schenk

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Penobscot Bay Medical Center

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Penobscot Bay Medical Center

6 Glen Cove Drive

Rockport, Maine,04856

United States

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VillageSoup - Business News - VillageSoup

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Eric R. Schenk, DO, Joins the Staff of Penobscot Bay Medical CenterVillageSoup - Business News - VillageSoupEric R. Schenk, DO, Joins the Staff of Penobscot Bay Medical CenterROCKPORT (July 29): July 27, 2005â€""Science is a uniform language," says Dr. Eric R. Schenk as he sits in his freshly painted office at the Physicians Building in Rockport.He is talking about his transition from a career in electrical engineering to medicine.In 1997 he was working on an engineering research project aimed at helping handicapped people.One evening while at the home of his sister-in-law, a dermatologist, he opened one of the medical textbooks on her shelf.He became fascinated with the content and wound up reading them all cover to cover.It was then clear to him that a career in medicine is what he wanted.Dr. Schenk attended Ohio University where he received an MS degree in engineering in 1998 and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 2002.Upon graduation he received the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine Dean's Award which is presented to a student who displays exceptional character in personal and professional conduct, maintains superior performance in the classroom and clinic, and shows unusual promise of future contributions to the profession of osteopathic medicine.Also from 2000 to 2002 he was a Family Medicine Fellow at the University's College of Osteopathic Medicine.Following medical school he completed an internal medicine residency at Bassett Healthcare located in Cooperstown, New York in 2005.Wanting to remain in a small town, Dr. Schenk and his wife targeted Maine as a place to settle, and they arrived here in the beginning of July. "We are delighted that Dr. Schenk chose to settle in mid-coast Maine and join our medical staff," said Dr. Dana L. Goldsmith, Vice President of Medical Affairs at Penobscot Bay Medical Center.Schenk."And I'm excited about my future role in the community.Medicine is a service industry, and I believe that people have the right to the best healthcare available."In addition to his career in medicine, Dr.Schenk's interests include travel, kayaking, gourmet cooking and canine obedience training.Dr. Schenk will be starting his practice, Coastal Maine Internal Medicine, on August 1, and can be reached at 593-5717.


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Dr. Eric Schenk


Pen Bay Healthcare - Services We Offer - PBH Trustees: About, Biographies

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Ann lives in Hope with her husband Rick and is the mother of Rick, Elizabeth and David.
ERIC R. SCHENK, DO, sits on the PBH Community Relations Committee and the PBH Planning & Facilities Committee. Dr. Schenk specializes in Internal Medicine and is in private practice at Coastal Maine Internal Medicine, Pen Bay Physicians Building, Rockport. Graduating from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2002, he served his internship and residency at Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, N.Y. (2002-2005). He is board certified through the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine. On a personal note, he is a member of Rockland Rotary Club and enjoys fly fishing, gourmet cooking, and travel.


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Incumbent Ruth Anne Hohfeld and challenger Eric Schenk met voters and answered questions Tuesday night, March 22 at the South Thomaston library's Little Red Schoolhouse.
Schenk, a physician, said his interest in the community's education system grew when his twins entered the Gilford Butler School a year and a half ago. He said he and his wife decided on enrolling their children in the public school system because of their commitment to the community. Schenk said he has been asked by a number of patients and teachers to run for the school board. The controversy over St. George was one area where Hohfeld and Schenk disagreed. Hohfeld said the district will be offering a quality, comprehensive curriculum for eighth- and ninth-graders at Oceanside West in Thomaston in the fall and she believes that the St. George students can get the best education at Oceanside West. She noted that like much of the country, there is a problem of a high rate of failure among ninth-graders and that RSU 13 believes its new structure will deal with that problem. She also said that St. George's sentiment may go beyond that one issue. Schenk, however, said that the board should have responded differently to the concerns of a community within the district. "I think we missed the opportunity to appease them," Schenk said, referring to a proposal debated at the April 3 meeting to enact a one-year moratorium on sending St. George eighth-graders to Thomaston. "It would be a shame to lose them," Schenk said if St. George withdrew from the school district. "Smaller is not always worse and bigger is not always better," he said. Schenk said he also supports collective bargaining rights for teachers, noting his father was a public school educator. He said tenure was a tough call. He said there needs to be some way to deal with teachers who are not performing well or who have burned out, but he said there also needs to be protections for teachers. Hohfeld agreed, saying she had no real problem with tenure. She said most teachers are good ones but "some of our teachers are not all we want." She said the district administration has worked to make sure that the teachers who are granted continuing contracts are ones the district wants to remain in the system. She said a new, tighter evaluation system will be put in place in the fall. One resident asked the two candidates if they support the use of calculators by younger students. Schenk, who was an electrical engineer before going into medicine, said he opposes the use of calculators by students in math classes from kindergarten through graduate school. Hohfeld said she relies on the expertise of administrators and teachers on this issue. In their opening statements, Hohfeld noted she has worked to balance the needs of the school system in improving education to that of the taxpayers, noting $2.5 million has been cut from the budget. Schenk said he was concerned about the loss of programs, citing specifically the loss of foreign language at Gilford Butler, saying students learn these languages best at an early age. He also said he wanted to work to keep Gilford Butler open in the future.


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Pen Bay Board of Trustees Welcomes Dufour, Eggena and Schenk
Joining the PBH board, effective with its November 2009 meeting, are Gregory A. Dufour and Mark Eggena, MD, PhD. Reappointment was Eric Schenk, DO. Schenk was voted by his peers to become a PBH Board of Trustees Medical Staff Representative, beginning his first two-year term in October 2008. He also sits on the PBH Planning & Facilities Committee. He specializes in internal medicine and is in private practice at PBH: Eric Schenk Coastal Maine Internal Medicine in Rockport. He and his wife Melissa and their 4-year-old twins, Lauren and Benjamin, live in South Thomaston.


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