Dr. Ted Capron Speare Primary Care
Posted on December 4th, 2019 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Dr. Theodore Capron Joins Speare Primary Care

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Speare Primary Care welcomes Dr. Ted Capron to the practice at 103 Boulder Point in Plymouth.

Board-certified in family practice medicine, Dr. Capron has more than 35 years of medical experience, many of those as a dedicated family physician in Meredith for over two decades. After relocating out of state in 2017, he and his wife have made the move back to New Hampshire.

 “We love being in New Hampshire again,” says Dr. Capron who enjoys a variety of outdoor activities.

Dr. Capron has special interests in end-of-life care, bioethics, and electronic health records but gets his greatest fulfillment from his relationships with patients.

“It is great to see patients again and get to know them on a first-name basis,” he says.

Dr. Capron worked with Speare two years ago while participating in the selection, implementation, and provider training for a new electronic health record shared by Speare and Lakes Region General Healthcare.

“I learned a lot about Speare in that process and was always impressed by the leadership,” says Dr. Capron. “I knew I was coming to a quality place and not the unknown.”

And Speare is happy for that, adding him to the team at Speare Primary Care.

Dr. Capron is accepting new patients. Please call 603-536-1881 to schedule an appointment.

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