Northern Light Mercy Primary Care welcomes two new providers
Jodi Newcombe, MD
Dr. Newcombe has a Bachelor of Science from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, a Medical Degree from American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Saint Maarten, attended Eastern Virginal Medical School for a combined residency in internal medicine and family medicine, and is board certified in both internal medicine and family medicine. Prior to joining Mercy, Dr. Newcombe worked at Central Maine Medical Center in Topsham where she was a primary care provider in two rural clinics, and she provided urgent care at ConvenientMD in Westbrook.
Dr. Newcombe grew up on the coast of Maine skiing and sailing, and she feels very fortunate to have traveled and studied medicine around the U.S. and abroad. This perspective has reaffirmed that Maine is where she wants to live and practice medicine. She is passionate about managing chronic diseases, adult primary care, and preventative care. She believes that patient-centered care means that you are supported by a team where better health, including chronic pain and mental health challenges, are best complemented by a healthy diet and exercise.
Corinna Campbell, NP
Campbell has joined Northern Light Mercy Primary Care in Windham as a nurse practitioner. She has a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine. Before joining Northern Light Mercy Hospital, Campbell was a nurse practitioner at the urgent care at St. Mary’s Regional Hospital in Lewiston, Maine. She is vice president of the board for Partners for Rural Health in the Dominican Republic, a local non-profit organization.