Doctor of Medicine
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Jennie Quaine, MD is a child and adolescent psychiatrist serving as the site medical director of St. Luke’s Children’s Center for Neurobehavioral Medicine in Nampa. Her professional goals include expanding access to care, fostering interprofessional education, and providing evidence-based care for patients. Her philosophy of care involves identifying challenges and making evidence-based recommendations for interventions, while also taking a strengths-based approach. She has experience caring for patients in all stages of life with a variety of conditions, including mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, thought disorders, and disruptive behaviors.
Dr. Quaine received her bachelor’s degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point where she was on the marathon team and graduated from the US Army Airborne School. After graduation, she served in the United States Army in the Medical Service Corps. Her first assignment was at Fort Lewis in Washington as a platoon leader for a ground ambulance company. After a year-long deployment in this role, she became the executive officer of the company. She then moved to Fort Rucker in Alabama where she served as the chief of managed care for Lyster Army Health Clinic.
Dr. Quaine earned her medical degree from the University of Colorado. She then trained at the University of Michigan for both residency in general psychiatry and fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry. While in training, she received multiple awards for commitment to veterans, excellence in inpatient psychiatry, and commitment to patients and their families.
In her free time, Dr. Quaine enjoys exploring the great outdoors with her family.
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