About

About Dr. Hotelling
David R. Hotelling, MD, FACE, is a well-established endocrinologist in Maine. He is a fellow of the American College of Endocrinology and a member of The Endocrine Society, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and the American Diabetes Association. Dr. Hotelling is on the medical staff at Maine Medical Center and is a consulting staff member at Mercy Hospital. He is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at the University of Vermont and previously taught at Boston City Hospital. Dr. Hotelling is board-certified.

Dr. Hotelling received his bachelor of arts from Reed College in Portland, Oregon and completed medical school at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.  His internship and second year of internal medicine residency took place at the University of California Hospital in San Francisco, and his third year of internal medicine residency was completed at Boston City Hospital.  After serving as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Navy, Dr. Hotelling completed a fellowship in endocrinology at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, a Harvard affiliate.

Married with two children, Dr. Hotelling lives in Freeport.  His interests include biking, gardening, fishing, photography, boating and beekeeping.

Honors & Affiliations
Fellow, American College of Endocrinology
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Vermont School of Medicine
Member:
American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
American Diabetes Association, Professional Section
The Endocrine Society
Maine Medical Association

Affiliated with:
Maine Medical Center
Mercy Hospital

Information for Patients
Billing
We are a participating provider with most insurance companies and will bill your insurance on your behalf if we have the proper information.  Please come prepared to pay your co-pay, if required.  If there is a balance due after your insurance company has paid its share, you will receive a bill from our office. If your insurance is not one with which we are a participating provider, payment is expected in full at the time of service.  If laboratory work is performed, you (or your insurance company) will be billed separately.

What Do I Bring to the First Visit?
Please bring (if you haven’t already sent it) the packet of materials we mailed to you, including your medical history, medication forms and related items.  Also, be sure and bring your insurance information. Thank you.

Directions
477 Congress Street is a 14-story building with a flashing time and temperature sign on
its roof, which is visible for over a half mile.

From Interstate 295:
Take Exit 6A, Forest Avenue (Rte. 100) South. At the fourth light, turn left onto
Cumberland Avenue. Proceed for 3 and a half blocks to the parking garage (Public Parking-TO
Banknorth) on your right. The garage is attached to the rear entrance of our building.

From Portsmouth, NH, Boston and Points South:
Take interstate 95 to the Maine Turnpike. Leave turnpike at Exit 6A-lnterstate 295
North. Follow above directions “From Interstate 295″

Map
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  • Thyroid and parathyroid ultrasound are available in our office, for your convenience.

• Office location: 477 Congress Street (the Time & Temperature Building), 5th floor, Portland, Maine 04101

• Parking: Free parking is available in our garage, reached from Cumberland Ave.

• Telephone: 207-773-6463

• Fax: 207-828-4587

Thyroid and parathyroid ultrasound are available in our office, for your convenience.
David R. Hotelling, MD, FACE, is on the medical staff at Maine Medical Center and is a consulting staff member at Mercy Hospital. Dr. Hotelling is board-certified and completed a fellowship in endocrinology at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, a Harvard affiliate.