The National Library of Health and Healing, 181 Jefferson St., presents Dr. Robin Stanton Mayfield with a program titled, "From Rhineland to Old Broad Bay: German Ancestry and Health" June 10 at noon.

Mayfield will review the cardiovascular health of Americans of German ancestry in general, and specifically those living in Waldoboro and other German-American communities in Maine, in her presentation and offer her insights and tips for staying healthy.

She graduated cum laude from Harvard Medical School in 1990. She received the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship to Lambarene, Gabon. Mayfield did residency training in general surgery at University of California, San Francisco, and in internal medicine and pediatrics at University of Massachusetts.

She was a research fellow at  Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School's department of genetics and molecular biology and served on the Harvard Medical School faculty as instructor in medicine in the department of medicine. Mayfield is board qualified in internal medicine, as well as pediatrics. She Mayfield practices primary care medicine in Brookline, Mass., and urgent care medicine at various institutions in Massachusetts.

A German-themed lunch will be served at the event. The talk and lunch are free, but attendance is limited to 30. Register by calling or texting 617-953-8994 or emailing ejwquixote@gmail.com.