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DPC Journal SPOTLIGHT: Meet Dr. Michael Tremblay, D.O. and Brooke Rieth, MSN, NP-C

When you walk in the door, you’ll notice that we care. We have a family atmosphere, with Max Tremblay, practice administrator on the left, Jane Tremblay, our office coordinator, second from left, Dr Michael Tremblay, (center) our doctor, Brooke Rieth, our Nurse Practitioner, and on the right, Danielle Robicheau, our Medical Assistant.

By Action Medicine DPC, P.C.

I grew up in a small town in upstate NY. Originally I wanted to be a physical education teacher. When I graduated I was hired to build and run a pizza restaurant in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It was here I met my wife to be as she was an employee there as well. It was love at first sight and 4 children and more than 40 years later we still dance.

I decided to go to school for physical therapy and since I was taking all of the same courses as the medical students, I applied and was accepted to medical school in Biddeford, Maine. A family practice residency followed in Kingston, NY and then I started and ran a private practice in Arkansas for 4 years while I was the emergency department director as well as this was an obligation to pay back my Public Health Scholarship loan. Practicing medicine in Arkansas was very fulfilling but it was too far from family and friends so in 1990 we started a practice in Holbrook and have been pleased to have an amazing relationship with so many families and individuals over these many years.

Slowly the practice of medicine changed and it became more about the insurance companies, and seeing more patients per day, essentially bringing the insurer into the doctor-patient relationship. I was ready to retire and fade off into the sunset until I read about Direct Primary Care and went to several seminars to learn more. I feel fortunate to have been mentored by several New England doctors who are already doing this.

Brooke Rieth has served the South Shore of Boston since 2014. Recently coming from Harbor Medical Associates, she has built up a reputation as a nurse who truly cares and goes above and beyond for her patients.

She is dedicated to constantly improving her nursing skills. Her healthcare education and background goes back to 2005 when she received her associates in Nursing from Palm Beach Community College in 2005.

Next she received her BA in Nursing from Florida Atlantic University in 2008.

Then she received her MSN as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, California in 2012.

She worked as a Registered Nurse at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California for 5 years, from 2009 to 2014.

From 2014 to 2017 she worked as a Nurse Practitioner at Harbor Medical Associates.

What we do:

Included with the monthly fee

Truly Responsive Care:

  • Yearly Well Visit of 40 to 60 minutes
  • 20 visits per year
  • Text and email Communications
  • Same day or next day visits


  • Yearly laboratory tests will be provided at corporate discount
  • In-office laboratory tests
  • Sexually transmitted disease testing
  • Testing for mononucleosis
  • Urine testing
  • Testing for anemia
  • Blood sugar testing

Care for injuries including:

  • Joint injections
  • Simple laceration repair
  • Skin biopsy
  • Cryosurgery of the skin
  • Osteopathic manipulation and back care
  • Foot care
  • Acute eye care
  • Simple fracture care
  • Nose Injury Care
  • Strains and sprains

Reproductive Care:

  • IUD placement which does not include the cost of the device
  • Contraceptive management and endometrial biopsy
  • Pregnancy testing

Sports Medicine: 

  • Physical Therapy consultations
  • Sports Medicine consultations


  • Coumadin management (INR)
  • Rapid streptococcal testing for sore throat
  • Durable medical equipment will be supplied at cost

SOURCE: http://actiondirectcare.com


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