Psychiatric Primary Care Provider Consultation Pilot Program 

Woodfords Psychiatric PCP Consultation Pilot Program offers an innovative solution to improving the delivery of psychiatric services to adults ages 18 and older with autism and developmental disorders. The Psychiatric PCP Consultation Pilot Program connects primary care practices and their physicians with a free dedicated and on-demand psychiatric consultant. Dr. Abby Keenan, Woodfords’ Medical Director and an experienced provider of specialized psychiatric services is available now for provider-to-provider consultations.

Woodfords has partnered with ConferMED to develop a free electronic platform to facilitate communication between Dr. Keenan and primary care providers. With the generous support of the Maine Health Access Foundation and the Davis Family Foundation, Woodfords is implementing the statewide Psychiatric PCP Consultation Program as a two year pilot program. This FREE program is available to ALL Maine-based primary care providers serving adults with autism and developmental disorders.

Eligibility & Referrals

The Psychiatric Consultation Program is open to any Maine-based Primary Care Provider serving adults with autism and developmental disabilities whose care may benefit from psychiatric consultation services.

To learn more about becoming a registered provider and making a referral for consultation, please see the resources below.

ConferMED-Woodfords Registration Guide

ConferMED-Woodfords Referral and Consult Guide

To become a registered practice/provider with the program, complete this form. If a physician from your practice has already completed the registration process, you do not need to complete this form before submitting a request for consultation.

To submit a request for consultation, please first complete the above registration process, then complete this form to submit your request. If you are interested in submitting a consultation request, but are not sure if your office has completed the registration process, please reach out to Doug Patrick, Program Director at

Non-Discrimination Statement

Woodfords Family Services shall operate in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against consumers on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy) age, sexual orientation (including gender identity and expression), marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law. Woodfords Family Services prohibits retaliation against any person because he or she opposed or complained about discrimination in good faith, assisted in good faith in the investigation of a discrimination complaint, or participated in a discrimination charge or other proceeding under federal, state, or local anti-discrimination law.



This pilot was made possible by the generous support of the Maine Health Access Foundation and the Davis Family Foundation.