Miranda Center for Diabetes welcomes two Nurse Practitioners


NORTH CONWAY, NH – Continuing to address the growing needs of the community, the Miranda Center for Diabetes at Memorial Hospital has welcomed family nurse practitioners and certified diabetes educators, Justine Fierman and Stephanie Kassels, to the staff. The Miranda Center’s interdisciplinary team includes the two nurse practitioners, a registered dietitian, registered nurse, a medical assistant and an endocrinologist from Maine Medical Partners, Dr…read more...

Memorial Hospital's Miranda Leavitt Diabetes Fund Receives $5,000 Grant from Kiwanis Club of Mount Washington Valley


The Kiwanis Club of Mount Washington Valley last week presented Memorial Hospital with a $5,000 grant to help support the Miranda Leavitt Diabetes Fund. The fund was created to provide resources, education and awareness surrounding diabetes and diabetes prevention for patients and the community. The grant specifically will go towards an anti-obesity and diabetes prevention program in area schools and an effort to provide Memorial Hospital Miranda Center for Diabetes patients with MedicAlert…read more...

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Memorial Hospital Helps Family Carry Out Wishes to Be Organ Donor


Population Health: Sustainable change, real results


Twenty years ago, the phrase “population health” might conjure up global initiatives or public health data reporting. Today, it may well be the concept that drives real change in the local communities where we live, learn, work and play.

At Memorial Hospital, Susan Ruka, RN PhD serves as the population health director, overseeing the creation and implementation of various initiatives. “The definition of population health has evolved to mean understanding the health of the community we serve,” she said. “The goal is to use data, public input and collaborative initiatives to create healthy communities.”


Memorial Hospital Unveils First Phase of Facility Renovations


Primary Care and Chemotherapy & Infusion Practices Receive $3.7 mil Facelift


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