Victoria Hayes, MD, attended the University of Arkansas and the Ohio State University College of Medicine. Dr. Hayes developed an interest in adolescent medicine and college health while participating in a teen clinic during medical school. She pursued this interest while in residency in Vermont by concentrating elective study in this area. Dr. Hayes characterizes her experience in college health as, "challenging, fulfilling, and incredibly rewarding. I particularly enjoy the opportunities for wellness and preventive health education and the potential to really make a difference in a student's life.”
Dr. Hayes serves as a consultant for University Health and Counseling Services and maintains a part-time faculty position in the Department of Family Medicine at Maine Medical Center. Her responsibilities include medical student and resident education, supervising a teen clinic, developing and supporting the adolescent curriculum and serving as the faculty advisor for the Family Medicine Interest Group. She also supports a program called Doc4aDay, which pairs students of medicine with high school students interested in a medical career through hands-on activities and high-fidelity simulation scenarios. She is also enrolled in the first Maine Medical Center Teaching Academy (META) Scholars Program.
Victoria Hayes, MD, is board certified in Family Medicine and the subspecialty of adolescent medicine