Dr. James Ross Macmahon, MD - Scarborough, ME - Pediatrics

Dr. James Ross Macmahon, MD

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Scarborough, ME 04074
Dr. James Ross Macmahon, MD is a health care provider primarily located in Scarborough, ME. They have 56 years of experience. Their specialties include Pediatrics. Dr. Macmahon is affiliated with MaineGeneral Medical Center Thayer Campus.

Quick Facts

  • 56 years of experience
  • speaks English
  • Mcgill University
  • 1 specialty
  • 5 areas of expertise
  • 1 board certification
  • 1 hospital affiliation
  • 1 location


James Ross Macmahon Md

67 Burnham Rd Scarborough, ME 04074

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Dr. James Ross Macmahon has the following specialty

Specialty Expertise

Dr. James Ross Macmahon has the following 5 areas of expertise

  • Vaccination
  • Pediatric Diabetes
  • Physical
  • Immunization
  • Check-up

Certifications & Education

56 Years Experience


Mcgill University

Graduated in 1968

Oregon Health & Science University


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