Linda Brewster is a family nurse practitioner who has served patients in the Yarmouth/ Cumberland area since 1995. She enjoys seeing patients in a small office atmosphere. Her practice includes newborns on up to elderly folks. She takes time with patients to listen to their concerns and address the issues. Linda feels it is important to work in partnership with her patients, helping them to move toward optimal health. She loves helping patients to understand their bodies, making a difference in their lives. Linda treats patients as individuals, realizing that the patient is in control of their own bodies, making the decisions that are right for themselves. Linda really enjoys knowing who her patients are whether in the grocery store or in the office.
Linda earned her undergraduate degree and master’s degree in nursing from the University of Southern Maine. She went on to a post-master’s nurse practitioner program at the University of New Hampshire and graduated in 1995. Linda is certified through the AANP Board in family practice.
Linda has also earned her Master of Divinity degree from Bangor Theological Seminary and serves as a Pastor in the United Methodist Church. She brings a desire to help find wholeness of body, mind, and spirit to her patients and her practice.
CeCe Rohrbach has been working as a Family Nurse Practitioner since 2007. CeCe attended the University of Massachusetts earning a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition and a Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies in December 1998. Utilizing her background experience in human nutrition, women's studies and clinical research, she furthered her passion for quality health care services by graduating in 2007 from the University of Southern Maine with a Master of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
CeCe has worked as part of a Patient Centered Medical Home which assures quality assessment, evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment in the care of her patients. She treats acute and chronic health care needs across the lifespan and provides comprehensive care to meet the changing needs of her patients. CeCe enjoys closely working with her patients to find the right balance between health and happiness in their daily lives. Her philosophy in practice centers around prevention and behavior change as a means to promote and maintain wellness.
CeCe enjoys music, her local library, running, and many other outdoor activiteis with her husband and two dogs.