Kelley is originally from a small town in mid-coast Maine and continues to enjoy Maine’s outdoor life with her husband and two young sons. She graduated from the Residency in 2009 and served as chief resident in her senior year. Immediately after graduation, she worked in a community family practice before taking a faculty position at MDFMR. Her interests are broad within the full spectrum model of family medicine, continuing to take inpatient call and obstetric coverage with the resident team in addition to practice in outpatient medicine. She has a particular interest in group visit models of care, women’s health, outpatient dermatologic and gynecologic procedures, and management of substance abuse in pregnancy. Much of her work at the residency includes oversight of medical student education for third and fourth year medical students visiting our residency and hospital system. In recent years, she has also committed to exploring educational models for integrating education across professions when possible to prepare learners for inter-professional practice.
Kelley is a member of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), and the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM). She is the chair of the Medical Education and Library Committee at MaineGeneral Medical Center.