Jack Forbush, DO

Dr. Leigh "Jack" Forbush is a graduate of Eastern Maine Medical Center’s Family Medicine Residency Program and Fellowship in Neuromuscular Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine having obtained his medical degree at Maine’s prestigious University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Providing the full spectrum of family medical including Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Geriatrics and Obstetrics, his particular areas of interest include Integrative and Holistic Medicine, applying the principles of Osteopathy across the age spectrum and the incorporation of information technology in medicine.

Each year, he travels to Paraguay offering his services to the Andrea Ritz Foundation caring for (and enjoying the company of) Guarani of all ages.

He is actively involved at the local, state and federal level in his capacity as the Maine Osteopathic Association's current President.

He holds active board certifications in Family Medicine, Neuromuscular Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine and Integrative and Holistic Medicine


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Betty Decker, Office manager

Betty joined our team on January 12, 2012 after a 20-year career in various roles in healthcare.  After 24 years of service in the United States Coast Guard, she and her husband relocated to Maine from Alaska.

She is an active Hospice volunteer for Hancock County and enjoys spending time with friends and family.


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Kim Numrych, LPN

Kim joined our team on August 21, 2012 after a 30-year career in nursing which includes 25 years of cardiac and 5 years in an outpatient medical practice.


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Kristin Forbush, LMT

Originally from Connecticut, but a Mainer at heart (although she prefers the sun and surf of Costa Rica).  Kristin manages the business side of the practice in addition to keeping a certain...doctor...in line!

Additionally, she offers a wide range of massage services.


Henrietta "Hank" Poons, LCPC

Henrietta Poons , LCPC is astate licensed clinical counselor with a private practice located within the OCFM office since February 2016. She has worked collaboratively in the primary care setting for over 25 years . “Hank” does individual, couples and family counseling to address the many psycho-social problems that may affect a person’s well being. Her practice is open to adults from the community at large as well as patients of the Osteopathic Center for Family Medicine . 


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Zeek and Zulu

Although Zeek is now actively searching the heavens for broccoli, Zulu stands by ready....well, he'll eat just about anything!


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Bailey

Our newest addition....she pretty much spends her day wagging her tail.