Androscoggin Valley Hospital is pleased to welcome two new Emergency Medicine physicians, Stephen Kraunz, MD, and Sarah Ming, MD.
Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Kraunz received a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of New Hampshire in 2001 and Doctorate in Medicine from Flinders University School of Medicine in Adelaide, Australia, in 2006. He then completed a Residency in Emergency Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Columbia/Cornell Emergency Medicine, New York City, in 2014. Dr. Kraunz is experienced in urban, rural, remote and wilderness medicine.
Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and Certified in Emergency Ultrasound, Dr. Ming received a Bachelor’s Degree in Science Pre-Professional, Cum Laude, from the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, in 2003 and Doctorate in Medicine from Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, in 2007. She then completed a Tufts Emergency Medicine Residency at Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA, in 2010. Dr. Ming has significant experience in small community hospitals, as well as in a high patient-volume academic hospital and trauma center.
Drs. Kraunz and Ming join Drs. Elisabeth Moore, Faith Pinkerton, and Arthur Ruediger to provide high-quality emergency care 24 hours a day. Androscoggin Valley Hospital would like to reassure the community that it strictly follows the latest Centers for Disease Control guidelines, screening staff and patients daily for COVID-19 symptoms, to ensure the health and safety of all in the Hospital.
For more information, call (603) 752-2200 or visit www.avhnh.org. Androscoggin Valley Hospital is a proud member of North Country Healthcare, www.northcountryhealth.org.