Dr. Audrey Okun-Langlais D.O.
Dr. Audrey Okun-Langlais D.O.

Dr. Audrey Okun-Langlais D.O.

Dr. Okun-Langlais is a graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine and completed a family practice medicine residency at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey. She holds a BS from University of Massachusetts at Amherst in Zoology and Masters in Medical Education and Leadership from the University of New England. She is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice. In addition to the practice of family medicine, Dr. Okun-Langlais is a Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. In the local community, Dr. Okun-Langlais is on the Board of Directors for Caring Unlimited, York County’s Domestic Violence Program and at the state level, serves on the Board of Directors for the Maine Osteopathic Association. She and her husband Don reside in Kennebunk and have 2 children, Chris and Jessica.

Languages English

Education & Credentials

Board Certifications

Diplomate of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners

Diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice

American Board of Family Practice

American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice

Internships

Osteopathic Rotaing Internship

Medical Education

UNE of Osteopathic Medicine

Masters of Science in Medical Education Leadership

Fellowships

  • Board of Directors for Caring Unlimited

  • York County’s Domestic Violence Program

  • Board of Directors for the Maine Osteopathic Association

Residencies

  • Resident, Family Practice, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, 1989

Affiliations

  • American Academy of Family Physicians

  • Maine Academy of Family Physicians

  • American Osteopathic Association

  • Maine Osteopathic Association

  • American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians

  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine

  • Physicians for Social Responsibility