John M. Woytowicz MD

John M. Woytowicz MD

Gender:
Male
Phone:
(207) 626-1561
Fax:
207-626-1849
Philosophy of Care:
Dr. Woytowicz is a family medicine physician whose practice also includes obstetrics. He has a special clinical interest in herbal and integrative medicine. A member of MaineGeneral Medical Center's active staff, Dr. Woytowicz serves as a faculty member for the Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency and has practiced locally since 1995.
Specialties:
Family Medicine

Locations

Family Medicine Institute (FMI) (primary location)

15 E. Chestnut Street
Augusta, Maine 04330
Phone:
(207) 626-1561
Fax:
207-626-1849
Accepting new patients
College
Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Internship
Tufts University, Melrose, MA
Medical School
University of Rochester Highland Hospital, Rochester, NY
Residency
University of Rochester Highland Hospital, Rochester, NY
English
Primary Language  
  • Administration of local anesthetic
  • Adult medicine
  • Aspiration of joints
  • Assist w/cesarean section
  • Assistance in obstetrical surgical procedures
  • Biopsy, vulvar
  • Breast aspiration
  • Burn therapy (excluding burns requiring grafting)
  • Circumcision of infant
  • Colposcopy & LEEP
  • Elective cardioversion
  • Endometrial biopsy
  • Episiotomy & repair
  • Evaluating prenatal patients
  • Excision/biopsy, skin lesions w/o grafting
  • Exploration of vagina, cervix & uterus
  • Fractures, simple/undisplaced
  • Herbal medicine/integrative medicine consultation
  • Incision & drainage, bartholin duct abscesses
  • Incision & drainage, superficial abscesses & hematomas
  • Local infiltration anesthesia w/minor nerve blocks
  • Lumbar puncture
  • Manual removal of placenta
  • Manual rotation of head
  • Maternal fetal monitoring
  • Needle biopsy, superficial tissues
  • Normal antepartum, intrapartum & postpartum care
  • Obstetrics
  • Pediatrics
  • Postpartum care
  • Reduction of simple dislocations
  • Removal of foreign body from vagina/uterus
  • Removal of non-penetrating corneal foreign bodies
  • Removal of subcutaneous foreign bodies
  • Repair of perineal laceration, including 3rd/4th degree
  • Sigmoidoscopy w/biopsy
  • Suturing laceration
  • Use of oxytocic drugs after completion of third stage of labor
Member Board:
American Board of Family Medicine
Specialty:
Family Medicine
Professional Affiliations: American Academy of Family Physicians | Maine Medical Association | Physicians for a National Health Plan