56 New Driftway, Suite 301
Scituate, MA 02066
Scituate, MA 02066
Stephen K. Lane, M.D.
Dr. Lane grew up in Plymouth and Sandwich, and graduated from Sandwich High School. He went on to undergraduate studies at the University of New Hampshire and then the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, majoring in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. Dr. Lane then attended the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester. Following this, he completed a three year residency program in Family Medicine at the Tufts University Family Practice Residency Program, where he served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Lane serves on the faculty of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Boston University School of Medicine, and Tufts University School of Medicine. He also precepts third and fourth year medical students in the office. Dr. Lane was awarded the Degree of Fellow by the American Academy of Family Physicians. This degree is awarded to those "who have distinguished themselves among their colleagues, as well as in their communities, by their service to family medicine, by their advancement of health care to the American people, and by their professional development through medical education and research." Dr. Lane also serves as the Scituate Public Schools’ physician and US Coast Guard Point Allerton Station physician. Dr. Lane is the recipient of the 2014 Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians Preceptor of the Year Award in recognition of his exemplary clinical teaching of medical students. He was also awarded the 2018 Boston University School of Medicine Clinical Preceptor of the Year Award.
Dr. Lane is married and the father of three children. Aside from time with his family, Dr. Lane enjoys skiing, hiking, and woodworking. He serves as a volunteer ski patroller in Killington, Vermont.
Mark J. Samuelson, M.D.
Dr. Samuelson is a native of Scituate and a graduate of Scituate High School. He completed undergraduate
studies at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.
He received his MD degree from Boston University School of Medicine. During his 4th year of
medical school he was awarded the Joseph Cochin Award
in Pharmacology and Medical Ethics. Dr. Samuelson then
completed a 3 year post graduate program at the Tufts
University Family Medicine Residency.
Prior to medical school, Dr. Samuelson worked as a
pharmacist in retail, hospital, clinical, and research settings. He has earned graduate degrees in Nutrition, Natural Products, and Pharmacology and is currently completing a graduate program in Epidemiology at the Boston University School of Public Health.
Dr. Samuelson’s background also includes experience in alternative medicine, drug safety, and geriatrics.
Dr. Samuelson is married and has three grown children and one grandchild. He is an avid gardener.