What is a Nurse Practitioner?

A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a registered nurse with advanced academic and clinical experience, enabling him or her to diagnose and manage common and chronic illnesses, including prescribing of medication. Working in collaboration with a supervising physician, nurse practitioners provide high-quality individualized care. They focus largely on health maintenance, disease prevention, counseling and patient education in a wide variety of settings. With a strong emphasis on primary care, nurse practitioners are employed within several specialties, including family medicine, adult health, pediatrics, neonatology, women's health, mental health, geriatrics and acute care.

Dr. Hartman graduated from Philadelphia's Thomas Jefferson Medical College in 2000 and then completed the Maine - Dartmouth Family Practice Residency program in August, 2003. Prior to joining FMMC, she practiced family medicine, including prenatal care and gynecological health, for five years in Waterville, Maine. Dr. Hartman has been a member of the FMMC team since 2009 and specializes in family medicine and maternity care.

Jennifer Hartman, MD

Dr. Tracey graduated from Boston University School of Medicine in 1995 and completed her residency at the UMass Fitchburg Family Practice Residency Program in 1998 and has practiced in the area since then. Dr. Tracey founded Family Medical & Maternity Care, P.C. in 2001. She enjoys the full scope of family medicine including maternity care. She enjoys her family, cats, the ocean and gardening.

Erin Kate Dooley attended the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia where she obtained her B.A. in International Relations. She graduated early and taught pre-school for about a year prior to starting medical school at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. She took a concurrent course of study and also has her Masters in Public Health.

 Erin Kate went on to complete her residency training in Family Medicine at Portsmouth Family Medicine in Portsmouth, Virginia. She moved to Memphis, Tennessee to complete a fellowship in Surgical and Higher Risk Family Medicine Obstetrics. She stayed there for faculty for a time prior to accepting a position on the medical staff at Mee Memorial Hospital in King City, California. She has also been on the faculty and staff for Christus Santa Rosa Family Health Center in San Antonio, Texas prior to joining FMMC.

 Dr. Dooley is thrilled to join FMMC in  April 2020. Her love is obstetrical and pediatric care. Her

training allows her to provide cesarean sections if needed and to care for patients with a variety of

special health needs in pregnancy. She has a passion for family care from the very beginning with conception and pregnancy and all the little steps of growing up. Her faith is a vital part of her life and

she looks forward to caring for you and each member of your family! 

Sarah McRell, CNM

Nicole Peace, FNP

Andrea received her Bachelor's degree in Business from Providence College in 2004. She then went on to receive her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Nursing from Regis College in 2010 and 2011, respectively. While working toward her master's degree, Andrea practiced as a school-based health nurse for an educational cooperative for disabled children diagnosed with moderate to severe medical conditions. Andrea is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and enjoys working with                   patients across the lifespan. She has been a part of the FMMC team since 2011.

Andrea Turbide, FNP

Long Term Care

Jonathan served in the US Navy for eight years after high school. Upon discharge he earned his                 bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2008. Jonathan continued at UMass Lowell to pursue his master's degree as a family nurse practitioner and earned a graduate certificate in palliative and end of life care in 2011. He enjoys practicing in the primary care role to treat and educate patients and their families and help them to optimize their health and quality of life.  Jonathan joined the FMMC team in 2015. 

Jonathan Goguen, FNP

Rebecca received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Nursing from Fitchburg State College in 1995 and 1999 respectively. In May 1999 she was awarded her Post-Master's Certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Regis College. Rebecca has extensive clinical and nursing instruction experience and                             also serves as Practice Administrator for FMMC.                        

Rebecca has been a part of the FMMC team since it was founded in 2001.

Megan  completed  her Master of Science degree from Regis College in May 2016.    Megan has a special interest in nutrition and fitness and lives in Gardner with her husband Matt.  She  might be a familiar face to many patients as she completed her clinical training at Family Medical in August of 2015.            Megan officially joined the FMMC team in July 2016.

Sanjeevani Deolapure, MD

Abby received her associate degree from Mount Wachusett Community College in June 2006 and her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix in 2012. She then went on to earn her master’s degree in nursing from Massachusetts College Of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in May 2014. While working towards her master’s degree Abby practiced as a school health nurse and provided nursing services at a private school. Abby is certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She also enjoys camping  and spending time with her family and two dogs. FMMC welcomed Abby to the team in April 2018. 

Audrey A. Tracey, MD

Amanda received her undergraduate degree in Biology from UMass, Amherst before going on to earn her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Regis College. She has worked in both the primary care and hospital setting for several years. She has a certificate in Midwifery from the Baystate Midwifery Education Program and a Masters degree in Midwifery from Philadelphia University.

Amanda has been a part of the FMMC team since 2010.

Abby Herget, FNP

Dr. Deolapure received her Bachelor's Degree in Biology and History from Knox College in 2001.

She went on to earn her Medical Degree from St. George's University School of Medicine, and           completed her residency training at the Baylor Family Medicine Residency in her home state of Texas. During her  residency years she developed a special interest in maternity care, so she moved to Memphis, TN for her Obstetrics Fellowship at Medicos Para La Familia. 

After graduating the Fellowship, Dr. Deolapure stayed on as faculty for the obstetrics fellowship teaching High Risk and Surgical Obstetric Care. She then joined a private practice in the Salinas Valley of California where she had the privilege of providing High Risk and Surgical Maternity, Pediatric, and   General Family Medical care to a diverse population of agricultural and ranching families.

Dr. Deolapure returned to the Academic world at the Christus Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency as Family Medicine/  Obstetrics Faculty. She thoroughly enjoyed her experience teaching and training a new generation of Family Medicine doctors in how to provide excellent maternity care.                                   Dr.Deolapure is very excited to join FMMC and to explore the beautiful Northeast. 

Amanda Molter, CNM

Nicole received her bachelor’s degree in biological psychology from Cornell University in 2003. Prior to pursuing a career in nursing, she worked for Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital. To gain clinical experience, Nicole worked as a registered nurse on the medical/surgical floor at Marlborough Hospital. She received her master’s degree in 2013 from the University of Massachusetts Graduate School of Nursing and was honored to be presented with awards for leadership, academic and clinical excellence. She is ANCC board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.  Nicole has been a part of the FMMC team since 2013.

Megan Cali, FNP

Erin Kate Dooley, MD

Rebecca Johnston, FNP

What is a Certified Nurse Midwife?

A Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) is a registered nurse with advanced training in midwifery that enables her to provide a range of clinical services for women including expectant mothers. A CNM will examine women during pregnancy, manage labor, deliver infants, and care for the newborn and mother post delivery. Other skills include preventive health care, routine gynecological exams, well women care, counseling, prescribing medication, conducting clinical research, and teaching.

Sarah McRell is a Certified Nurse Midwife who enjoys serving women and families as they grow. She has worked as a Registered  Nurse in ICU, rehabilitation, and maternity settings for over 15 years, specifically as a Labor and Delivery nurse since 2011. Sarah truly enjoys working with patients

in the hospital environment and is now eager to provide care in an office setting as well.

     As a mother of five children, Sarah knows how important the transition to motherhood is. After working in labor and delivery for a number of years she chose to further her education and become a nurse midwife.  She graduated from Frontier Nursing University in March 2018 as a nurse midwife. Sarah enjoys providing thorough and thoughtful care for women throughout their lifespan but especially during the pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period. Sarah join the FMMC team in July 2019.