"Dessert With Docs" Event Highlights Center for Orthopedics and Movement

05 July 2016

Two specialists from Exeter Hospital’s Center for Orthopedics and Movement recently spoke to community members about the benefits of having a variety of musculoskeletal specialists working together under one roof. Ashton Stanton, MD, Core Physiatry & Spine Care, described the Center as “a small orthopedic hospital” where patients are able to receive coordinated care and comprehensive services for their musculoskeletal  conditions. The immediate proximity to other specialists, such as neurology, rehabilitation services, podiatry, orthopedics and diagnostic imaging, allows Dr. Stanton…

Exeter Hospital Celebrates Volunteers

01 July 2016

Exeter Hospital showed its appreciation to its many volunteers at a special breakfast held in their honor on June 21. Volunteers, hospital leadership and staff gathered at Grill 28 in Portsmouth to share stories and celebrate the impact volunteers bring to a community hospital. “Our volunteers play an important role in the care we provide to our patients and within the communities we serve,” said Mark Whitney, director of strategy for Exeter Health Resources. “Whether they provide patient support, volunteer…

Registration Extended for United in Wellness Road Race Series

27 June 2016

Exeter Hospital has extended the registration deadline for the “United in Wellness Road Race Series,” sponsored by Seacoast United Sports Club. Runners and walkers who register by August 15 will be eligible for prizes.   “We’re excited to extend the deadline for the United in Wellness Road Race Series and make it available to more people,” says Dan Raposa, Director of Advancement for Exeter Health Resources. “All of the races support great causes in our community and we look forward…

Suicide Awareness Topic of Recent Exeter Hospital Event

15 June 2016

A young comedian and mental health activist recently provided a unique glimpse into the world of depression and suicide to 150 community members gathered at Exeter High School. Kevin Breel, a 21-year-old spokesperson for the Bell LET’S TALK Campaign spoke to the crowd on May 16 as part of a special event organized by Exeter Hospital. Kevin shared his personal story about depression, a topic that has increasingly impacted families across New Hampshire in recent years. Exeter Hospital organized the…

Exeter Hospital Makes Suicide Awareness and Prevention a Priority

07 June 2016

Exeter Hospital recently made a $25,000 donation to the Connor’s Climb Foundation as part of an initiative to support suicide awareness and prevention. The donation was made at the annual Connor’s Climb 5K on May 14. Exeter Hospital served as the lead sponsor of the 2016 road race as part of its commitment to the organization’s mission. “Suicide has profoundly impacted New Hampshire families,” said Mark Whitney, Director of Strategy for Exeter Health Resources. “As the statistics continue to increase…

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