Mary DeVeau joins Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees


NORTH CONWAY, NH - Mary DeVeau, RN MSM, was recently welcomed to the Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees by Board President Phil Davies and hospital CEO Scott McKinnon. DeVeau brings significant experience in the field of home health care as well as the perspective of a nurse and chief executive officer.

From 1997 to the end of last year, DeVeau served as President/CEO of Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association, Concord, NH. She and her…read more...

Memorial Hospital Hosts Ribbon Cutting & Open House to Showcase Newly Renovated Primary Care & Oncology Practices


NORTH CONWAY, NH – The public is invited to a ribbon cutting and open house scheduled for September 29, 2016 at 5:30pm at Memorial Hospital main entrance to unveil the newly renovated practice space for Primary Care and Oncology & Chemotherapy. The 2-year $3.5 million project was completed this summer and was made possible in part through the generosity of donors, community members and charitable foundations.

President & CEO Scott McKinnon will…

Peter Waugh Hired as Memorial Hospital's Volunteer & Communications Coordinator


NORTH CONWAY, NH –  Memorial Hospital welcomes Peter Waugh as Volunteer & Communications Coordinator.  Following in the footsteps of long-time Volunteer manager Joan Lanoie who retired in July, Peter’s career path is uniquely suited for this position as it has been built around serving and service to others. One of the central attributes to his expertise is his recruitment, training, and mentoring of volunteers, public relations, community…read more...

Medical Office Building at Memorial Hospital Named for Dr. Miles E. Waltz


NORTH CONWAY, NH – Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce the dedication of the Dr. Miles E. Waltz Medical Office Building thanks to a gift from Dr. Waltz’s children and their families, Mark Waltz of Topsham, Maine; Ned Waltz of Gig Harbor, Washington and Martha Waltz Di Domenico of West Lebanon, NH.
Memorial Hospital’s President & CEO Scott McKinnon says, “We are very honored by this gift. Dr. Waltz practiced at Memorial…read more...

Memorial Hospital introduces Healthy Aging Exercise Program


NORTH CONWAY – It seems science has found the long sought-after Fountain of Youth. It’s called exercise and Memorial Hospital is introducing a new program that promotes healthy aging for those 50 and older.

Scheduled to begin Monday, Sept. 12, the six-week series includes education, health coaching and exercise. The class will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30pm on the second floor of the physical therapy building, just north of the hospital. Series cost is…read more...

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