Sarah Spencer, MD
American Board of Addiction Medicine
American Board of Preventative Medicine subspecialty in Addiction Medicine
American Board of Family Medicine
Certified Medical Review Officer
|Clinical Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine
Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine
Providing treatment in rural Alaska for over a decade, Dr. Spencer works with Project HOPE to provide opioid response training and naloxone distribution and is a founding member and volunteer medical director of Alaska’s first rural syringe access program in Homer. She is currently an employee of the Ninilchik Traditional Council and provides family medicine and addiction treatment services at their tribal clinic, including telemedicine to remote native villages. She is a co-author of the state’s medications for addiction treatment guide and provides addiction medicine teaching and consulting services for non-profits like the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and the SAHMSA funded Opioid Response Network.