Jamie Fey, MD is a pediatric hospitalist at Maine Medical Center, the director of the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Newborn Teaching Service, and the co-director of the Pediatric Team Training Simulation Program. She grew up in Maine and graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont with a degree in American Literature in 2006. After graduation, she spent a year as a middle school English and Science teacher, dorm parent and field hockey and track coach at an independent school in central Maine, and from there went on to Albany Medical College, from which she graduated in 2011. She completed her pediatrics residency and chief residency at Tufts Children’s Hospital (formerly the Floating Hospital for Children) and worked for a year as a community hospitalist in northeastern Massachusetts before joining the PHM group at Maine Medical Center. Dr. Fey loves working with residents in the clinical setting, in both the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital inpatient unit, as well as in the newborn nursery and was honored to receive the “Rookie of the Year” honor from the pediatric residents after her first year at Maine Medical Center. She is a participant in the Academic Pediatric Association’s Educational Scholars Program.

Dr. Fey lives in Portland with her husband, two feisty children and one naughty dog. She enjoys cooking, hiking, reading novels, riding her Peloton and travelling (in non-pandemic times).

Project Name (Collaboration with Amy Buczkowski): A Qualitative Study of Parental Experience of the Eat, Sleep, Console Protocol for Management of Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome