Posted on October 17th, 2018 by Speare Memorial Hospital
Visit Speare’s New Gift Shop
Speare has opened a volunteer-run hospital gift shop full of fun gifts as well as necessities for patients, visitors, and staff. All proceeds go toward Scholarships for local youth studying for a career in healthcare and patient outreach including the flower program and gifts for patients.
Many New Hampshire made items are features in the shop including Badger products. Theses organic health and beauty items include sunscreen, insect repellent, chapstick, balms for ailments, and baby & nursing products. Tree Free Greeting Cards are also a NH company and our local Community Photo Club of Plymouth NH has donated photo cards. (scroll down to see more items in our store)
The new gift shop is open Monday-Friday from 10-4 and is located just left off of the main lobby and up the hallway from our Cardiac Rehab and Oncology departments.
Click Here to Download the Application to Volunteer
Every layer within a hospital contributes to its success and we invite you to become part of our team. Use your time, passion and willingness to help make a difference at a hospital/organization that supports its community. You don’t need any special skills to talk to a patient or assist a department. You can volunteer as much or as little as your schedule allows. We’ll find a volunteer position that fits your interests and your schedule.
For more information contact Christine Fenn, Student and Volunteer Services Coordinator (603) 238-6460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Weight Loss Surgery at Speare
Posted on June 25th, 2019 by Speare Memorial Hospital
It’s time. Medical science has determined that weight loss surgery saves lives. Maybe it can save yours or the life of someone you know. After much anticipation, Plymouth General Surgery has opened its Weight Loss Surgery Center at Speare. Offering two of the most successful and widely performed procedures—gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy—patients are now […]
Esophageal Cancer: On the Rise
Posted on June 18th, 2019 by Speare Memorial Hospital
While many cancer deaths are decreasing across our country, there is one growing at an alarming rate – esophageal cancer. And this is of tremendous concern to Dr. Joseph Casey, of Plymouth General Surgery. “Cancer of the esophagus is one of the fastest growing cancer diagnoses in the United States, with nearly 18,000 new cases […]