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For every moment of your life, Speare Memorial Hospital is here for you. At Speare, everything we do – from emergency medicine to surgery, to wound care, to the array of services and specialties we offer – is designed to help make a positive difference in the lives of our patients and their families.

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A Family Legacy

Because of George V. Durgin’s thoughtful planning for the future, his generosity will impact generations to come.  Click Here for the full story.

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Local Bank Donates to Speare Wound Care Center

“The community has always been at the heart of our mission,” says Rick Wyman, president of Meredith Village Savings Bank. “We are thrilled to have played a small role in the hospital’s ability to provide even more to the local region. Their recent investment in an ABI device lessens the need for patients to travel for specialized medical treatment. We’re very honored to offer them any assistance we can for the benefit of the Greater Plymouth community.” Click here for the full story.

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Teddy Bears for our Littlest Patients

Each Plymouth Regional High School freshman class picks a fundraiser to follow throughout their four years of high school. The class of 2019 chose “Operation Teddy Bear” and for the past four years have donated Teddy Bears to the youngest patients at Speare Memorial Hospital. Click here for the full story.

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Mammogram Appointment Inspires Gift

“Super” capes make it so that other grandmothers and mothers and daughters can experience mammographies in comfort, feeling safe and cared for, modesty intact. Click here for the full story.

If you would like more information, or if you are ready to make a donation, contact the Development Office at 603-238-2211 or and we will be happy to assist you.

Thank you for supporting Speare Memorial Hospital, a not-for-profit Critical Access Hospital. Tax ID # 02-0226774

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