Genevieve Whiting, MD is a general pediatrician at Maine Medical Partners- Westbrook and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics for Tufts University.

Dr. Whiting received her BA in English Literature from Pomona College and her MD from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. During medical school, she completed a year as a Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellow. After graduation, Dr. Whiting continued at Columbia University- New York Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital for her residency and Chief Residency. Dr. Whiting first came to Maine as pediatric locum tenens in search of a community in which to practice high quality, evidenced based primary care with an interest in leveraging technology to meet families where they are. Immediately, Dr. Whiting felt Maine was the place to build a home, family and practice amongst dedicated and brilliant colleagues.

Since joining the MaineHealth community, Dr. Whiting has served on county wide developmental screening projects, precepted medical students and residents, and joined the board of the Maine Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics for which she now serves as Secretary. She completed the Hanley Center Physician Executive Leadership Course and served as the Assistant Clerkship Director for Pediatrics for the Tufts University Medical School.

Currently, Dr. Whiting is the primary care lead for Project CORE, a partnership with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), implementing e-Consults and enhancing the referral process for pediatrics across MaineHealth. She is an Academic Pediatric Association and Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital Research Scholar investigating health access equity. She is also associate medical director for Pediatrics at MMP-Westbrook and a subject matter expert in e-consult implementation advising Stanford Children’s Hospital as they engage with the AAMC Project CORE.

Outside of her work, Dr. Whiting loves every minute with her husband, a dedicated 8th grade English teacher, and her 4- and 6-year-old sons. She shares with them her fanaticism for the game of baseball, especially the Baltimore Orioles. She enjoys running, biking, boating, skiing, cooking and eating.

Scholarship Areas of Interest: Health Care Equity and Access; leveraging technology in primary care

Project Names: Increasing Equitable Access to Pediatric Specialty Care in Maine through Implementation of E-Consultation

Faculty Resident Scholarship Program: Fall 2023-2024 with Pediatric Resident Rachel Rockers