Sean McCloy, MD, MPH, MA

Sean McCloy, MD, MPH, MA

Family and Holistic Medicine

Sean McCloy, MD, MPH, MA received his Medical Degree from New York Medical College. He completed his Family Medicine residency training at Maine Medical Center in Portland. He is a board-certified Diplomate in both Family Medicine and Holistic Medicine. He received his Master of Public Health (specializing in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention) from Boston University School of Public Health and his Master of Arts in Medical Sciences from Boston University School of Medicine. He is certified in Chelation Therapy from the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM).


“I view my patients as whole human beings with physical, mental, spiritual, and community health. I feel true health is not just the absence of disease but a state of unbounded vitality and energy, and my goal is to help every patient achieve true health. I believe that Integrative Medicine is the best way to do this. By using a combination of Holistic Family Medicine, Functional Medicine, and conventional, ‘Western’ medicine, we offer a wider variety of treatment options than a typical medical clinic. One of my most favorite things to do as a doctor is real preventative medicine. My typical check-ups and well child checks take between sixty and ninety minutes. By spending so much time with my patients I am able to truly get to know every aspect of their lives, and come up with an approach that not only prevents them from developing the illnesses they are at risk for, but helps them become the healthiest, happiest people they can be.”


Besides offering Holistic Family Medicine, Dr. McCloy specializes in Intravenous Vitamin Therapies, Heavy Metal Detoxification, Functional and Nutritional Medicine, and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement. He also uses Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine in his treatment approaches. He sees all ages of patients, from newborns to geriatrics. By restoring balance to his patients, he lets their bodies, minds, and spirits heal themselves. Instead of using medicines to cover up symptoms, Dr. McCloy hunts for the roots of an illness. After treating these root causes his patients often find they can stop taking their pharmaceutical medications.


In addition to enjoying his work, Sean McCloy loves going on outdoor adventures with his family, preparing gourmet vegetarian feasts, making music with his friends, playing ultimate frisbee and squash, furniture building, and exploring Maine.



Dr. McCloy does not accept any form of insurance, and patients need to pay for their visit on the date of service.  He is an ‘Out-of-Network Provider.’  Check with your insurance company to see if they cover for Out of Network services; you may need to submit a claims form to get reimbursed.  Dr. McCloy is happy to provide a Superbill that contains the relevant insurance codes for the claims form.  Also, Dr. McCloy has ‘Opted Out’ of Medicare.  If you have Medicare insurance, you will need to fill out a Medicare private contract (provided by Dr. McCloy).  If you have secondary insurance besides Medicare, you may still submit to the secondary insurance company for reimbursement for Out of Network provider services.  All standard laboratory services, referrals to other In Network providers, etc. should be covered normally under your insurance policy.


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To learn more about functional medicine read Dr. McCloy’s recent article: Finding Functional Medicine