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Memorial Hosts Oncology Open House to Honor Donors, Welcome New Oncology Clinicians

2/13/17

Memorial Hospital is hosting an Open House at its Oncology & Infusion Center on Wednesday, March 1st at 5:30 to introduce their new team of oncology clinicians and honor several local donors.

All eight state-of-the-art treatment bays have been generously funded, many in memory of, or in honor of, family and friends. Donors are Edwin R. Grove, Jr. of Brownfield, ME in honor of loved ones; Tom Shaffner of Fryeburg, ME in honor of Scott Kelly, longtime friend as well as Fryeburg…read more...

How Heart Health Affects Wound Healing

1/23/17

NORTH CONWAY, NH –   Chronic wounds affect approximately 6.7 million people in the United States. If left untreated, chronic wounds can lead to a diminished quality of life and possibly amputation of the affected limb. The cost to treat these wounds exceeds $50 billion annually. While there are several factors that can affect wound healing, heart health is one of the most important.

Coronary artery disease, peripheral arterial disease…read more...

Memorial Hospital Welcomes First Baby 2017

1/23/17

NORTH CONWAY, NH – Marlena Nichols and Corey Jones of Chocorua, NH are the parents of  Ariana Jones, Memorial Hospital’s First Baby of the New Year. Ariana arrived at 4:22am on Jan. 1, 2017. 

As the first baby born at the Hospital in 2017, Ariana was honored with an array of gifts and gift certificates from Mount Washington Valley area businesses.

Ariana weighed 7 lbs. 10 oz. at birth and is 21.5 inches long.

Thanks…read more...

Primary Care at Memorial Hospital Expands Pre-Registration to Four Additional Providers Starting Jan. 18

1/18/17

Nicole Stanley, FNP; Bill Martin, MD; Lorinda MacDonald, MSN, PMHNP-BC and Lynn Meehan, LICSW are the latest group of providers at Primary Care at Memorial Hospital to become part of the practice’s pre-registration initiative, beginning Jan. 18, 2017.  In order to improve patient experience, Primary Care at Memorial Hospital now uses a new process for central registration that aims to make the outpatient check in process faster and easier, avoid delays, facilitate co-pay…read more...

Melody Nester Joins Memorial Hospital’s Community Relations and Development Team

1/18/17

NORTH CONWAY, NH – Memorial Hospital welcomes Melody Nester to the position of Community Relations and Development Coordinator. Melody is a familiar face to many in the Mt. Washington Valley after having worked 10 years in membership and marketing for Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce and previously in marketing and development for Mount Washington Observatory.

Melody said she is excited to work with hospital staff and members of the community in her new role…read more...

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