Stephen DiGiovanni, MD graduated from Jefferson Medical College @ Thomas Jefferson University in 1996. He completed his pediatric residency and a pediatric chief year at Maine Medical Center from 1997 to 2001. Dr. DiGiovanni then provided primary pediatric care at Bayview Pediatrics in Yarmouth Maine for 9 years. In 2011, Dr. DiGiovanni returned to Maine Medical Center to teach and provide care at the MMC Pediatric Clinic Residency Clinic.
Since 2013, Dr. DiGiovanni has been the Medical Director for the Maine Medical Center Outpatient Clinics. The Clinics serve a diverse population while providing an excellent platform for primary care medical education for residents and medical students. Dr. DiGiovanni is also the Medical Director for the MaineHealth Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Program. The objectives of the program are to prevent, identify and treat Adverse Childhood Experiences/Trauma. The MaineHealth ACES Program utilizes a trauma informed model built upon standardized workflows, mental health integration, community collaboration and data utilization to support implementation at the practice level.
Project Name: Screening and Responding to Adversity/Trauma at Pediatric Primary Care Offices