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Dr. Paul Musco, ophthalmologist at White Mountain Eye Care, has been named a “Top Doc” for the 5th year in a row!

An annual poll conducted by New Hampshire Magazine asks every licensed physician in the state to choose who they would send their friends and loved ones to for medical care. They voted that they would entrust the eyes of their loved ones to Dr. Paul S. Musco! Dr. Musco will continue to offer general ophthalmologic …

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Bringing Awareness to Diabetes Alert Day on March 22nd

The Speare Memorial Hospital Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center, a member of the Healogics network, is supporting the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Diabetes Alert Day on March 22nd. Diabetes Alert Day represents an important reminder for all people to assess their possible risk for Type 2 Diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes occurs when the body …

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Speare Memorial Hospital and its Medical Practices Unveil a NEW Patient Portal Today!

Our NEW, secure Patient Portal provides the most accurate, up-to-date information available about our patients’ care at Speare and our medical practices. Powered by Meditech Expanse, the new Patient Portal allows our patients to request appointments and prescription refills, send messages to our health teams, view test results, complete forms before appointments, and review instructions …

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How Speare Memorial Hospital Perseveres Through COVID-19 and Recent Surge

It’s time to recognize our local healthcare workers. The struggles that New Hampshire hospitals have been going through since the onset of COVID-19 have beensplashed across the headlines. Overall, Speare Memorial Hospital in Plymouth has not had to fight againstsoaring numbers of COVID-positive patients, but president and CEO Michelle McEwen says the role this localhospital …

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Speare Memorial Hospital Wound Care Center & Hyperbaric Medicine Center Promotes Diabetes Awareness Month

The Speare Memorial Hospital Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center is raising awareness of diabetes-related wounds, as part of Diabetes Awareness Month, to improve healing and reduce amputations for diabetes-related wounds. Throughout November, the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center at Speare Memorial Hospital will educate the local community about the importance of awareness, early …

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What To Know About Diabetes, Wound Healing and Amputation Prevention

An estimated 34.2 million people in the United States are currently living with diabetes. Diabetes-related wounds are a leading cause of limb loss and 10 Americans undergo amputation each hour. Up to 55 percent of diabetic patients will require amputation on the second leg. Even more alarming, nearly half of those living with an amputation …

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Make it a summer full of life: Give blood, platelets or plasma

There are 2,376 hours between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Can you spare some time this summer to help patients? Donate blood, platelets or plasma, and make it a summer full of life. As more people schedule their vaccination appointments and begin to gear up for a return to some of their favorite summer activities, …

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Joint Statement on Critical Blood Shortage Facing New England States

State Hospital Associations Highlight Need for Blood Donations Hospitals and health systems across New England are facing a critical shortage of all blood types and are seeking volunteer donors and host sites. Every donation helps save a life and is essential to ensuring community health. Donating blood takes only about an hour of your time …

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