Posted on March 29th, 2019 by SMH
Dress in Blue Day 2019
National Colon Cancer Awareness Month is observed every year in March with the first Friday of the month designated as “Wear Blue Day”. Speare staff members wore blue to honor all who are impacted by colorectal cancer and help raise awareness about the work being done to end this disease in our lifetime. (Learn more at Colorectal Cancer Alliance )
Learning about any disease that takes many lives is difficult, but the fact is that early detection through prevention and screening is proven to dramatically reduce fatalities from colorectal cancer.
Every year, more than 140,000 people are diagnosed with this highly preventable disease. They will join more than 1.4 million colorectal cancer patients and survivors living today. We go blue for them, their families, and their community.
Colon cancer can be prevented with early detection. Make your appointment for a colonoscopy at Plymouth General Surgery today. Call 603-536-5670 and take advantage of the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have received the most advanced colon cancer and colon polyp screening available. (Click Here to learn about FUSE – the groundbreaking technology that allows our surgeons to see twice as much of the colon as they could before.)
Message to Our Community: Resuming Time-Sensitive, Elective Services
Posted on May 12th, 2020 by Speare Memorial Hospital
Speare Memorial Hospital Resumes Safe, Time-Sensitive Medical Services Speare Memorial Hospital is pleased to be able to lift restrictions on our services due to the low COVID-19 transmission rate within our community. While the number of positive COVID-19 cases has increased recently, this is no cause for alarm. The rise has occurred in response to […]
Running COVID Out of Town – Virtual 5K
Posted on May 6th, 2020 by SMH
For all you runners, walkers, outdoor enthusiasts – here is a great way to have some fun and support Speare Memorial Hospital! The Holderness School is hosting a “Run COVID Out of Town” virtual 5K on May 16th and all of the proceeds will go to Speare’s COVID-19 Fund. To date, they have raised $2,385! How does a virtual 5K work? […]