Sarah J. Scott, MD

Sarah J. Scott, MD is a family physician interested in providing care for the whole family. She hails from Orono, Maine, went to Bowdoin College and graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine (Maine Track). She finished her residency at St Mark’s Family Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah learning the full spectrum of care for children, adults, and geriatric patients. She is interested in many aspects of health for men and women, especially preventive care. Special areas of interest include headache medicine, diabetes management, hospice medicine, musculoskeletal (sports) medicine, pediatrics and women’s health including pap smears and birth control. She is also interested in procedures to better the lives of her patients. These procedures include joint and trigger point injections, nerve blocks and Botox injections for migraines, cryotherapy, cyst/abscess incision and drainage and laceration repair.

Dr. Scott believes in patient-centered decision-making and always doing right by the patient. She looks forward to making great relationships and bettering the health of families in the Newcastle area. 

Sarah lives in Newcastle and enjoys spending her time with her husband, two children, Irish Setters Birdie and Frances and furry feline Mr. Cat. She is an avid hiker, trail runner, biker and skier and loves to explore Maine’s wilderness. 

Currently accepting new patients for the spring.

Education & More Info

Medical School
Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA


St Mark’s Family Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT


Medical Doctor
Specialty – Family Medicine

Professional Associations
American Board of Family Medicine – current membership
Clinical Instructor in the Department of Family Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine – December 2022 – Present.
Utah Medical Association, House of Delegates – Resident 2015-2017, Family Physician 2018-2020
Utah Academy of Family Physicians — Board Member 2017 – 2022
American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry — certificate, “Office-Based Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders,” 2017


Hospital Affiliations
MaineHealth, Lincoln Campus, Damariscotta – Hospitalist