Meet the Staff of Newburyport Family Practice

Dr. Kevin K. Lanphear, D.O.

Dr. Kevin K. Lanphear, D.O.

www.KevinLanphear.com

Dr. Kevin Lanphear grew up in Cranston, Rhode Island and then attended Nasson College in Springvale, Maine before medical school at Kirskville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. Post-graduate residency training was done at the Naval Regional Medical Center in San Diego, California as well as the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in Pensacola, Florida. As a naval flight surgeon he was stationed at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Florida with deployments to Rota, Spain and Sigonella, Italy. Upon getting married, he and his wife decided to return to his New England roots and moved to Newburyport to join the practice with Dr. Andy Longley and Dr. Larry Kimball in 1986.

Dr. Lanphear is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, Massachusetts Medical Society, and the Massachusetts Osteopathic Society. He is the President of the Whittier Independent Practice Association and the Lower Merrimack Valley Physicians Hospital Organization, as well as Chairman of the Board of Wellport. Dr. Lanphear is also a member of the Board of Steward Health Care Network. He was recognized as the Community Clinician of the Year in 2012 by the Essex North District Medical Society and the Massachusetts Medical Society. Special interests include acute child and adult care as well as osteopathic manipulation and Health Information Technology. He is married with two children and pets, and enjoys outdoor activities and especially time with family.

Dr. Renae M. Freid, D.O.

Dr. Renae M. Freid, D.O.

www.RenaeFreid.com

Dr. Renae Freid was born in Kansas, and has lived in Texas, Oklahoma, Florida and Maine, but she considers New England her home. She graduated from high school in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. She attended college at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine and graduated from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. She attended residency at Scott & White Hospital in Temple, Texas.

Dr. Freid is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. She joined Newburyport Family Practice in the spring of 2003. Special interests are adolescent and women’s health, and osteopathic manipulation. She currently resides in West Newbury and enjoys spending time outdoors, in Maine with friends and family.

Sarah Rizzo, PA-C

Sarah Rizzo, PA-C

Sarah Rizzo was born and raised in Syracuse, NY. She received a bachelors in biology from Saint Michaels College in Burlington, VT, where she met her husband, a Massachusetts native. She went on to get her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at Salus University in Philadelphia, PA.

Sarah started working at Newburyport Family Practice at the end of summer 2015. She enjoys relaxing with her family on the weekend.

Greg Hijeck, PA-C

Greg Hijeck, PA-C

Greg Hijeck was born and raised in northern Connecticut. He received his bachelors in biology from Gordon College, and went on to achieve a masters in physician assistant studies at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. Before starting at Newburyport Family Practice He worked in emergency medicine at Melrose Wakefield Hospital.

Greg enjoys spending time with friends and family, relaxing on his boat, and getting outdoors as much as possible.

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Directions from Downtown

Go south (away from the river) on State Street.
Enter the Route 1 Rotary.
Take the first exit right out of the rotary.
You will see the Professional Building on the right.
Take an almost immediate right onto Cherry Street.
Immediately turn left into the parking lot.

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Directions from Salisbury or Seabrook

Take Route 1 across the bridge over the Merrimack River. Continue on Route 1 until you enter the rotary. Go around the rotary and take the third exit to the right so that you are going back Route 1. In the opposite direction from when you entered the rotary. You will see the Professional Building on the right. Take an almost immediate right onto Cherry Street.  Immediately turn left into the parking lot.

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Directions from the South

Go north on I-95. Take the SCOTLAND RD exit- EXIT 56- toward NEWBURY/NEWBURYPORT. Bear right at the bottom of the ramp. In about 2.5 miles turn right onto Parker Street (1st light.) In about 1/2 mile, the road ends at route 1 and you must make a right. Enter the rotary, go all the way around until you are heading back the direction you entered the rotary from. You will see the building on the right. Take the right onto Cherry Street and an immediate left into the parking lot.

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Directions from Amesbury/495

From 495 Take the RT-110 exit(EXIT 55) - toward I-95. Merge onto MA-110 E, and continue straight on 110 for about 2.9 miles and take a right onto US Route 1. Follow Route 1 for about 3 miles until you get to the rotary. When you enter the rotary, go all the way around and proceed back up Route 1 in the opposite direction that you entered it. Take the first right onto Cherry Street and take an immediate left into our parking lot.

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