Posted on December 12th, 2013 by Speare Memorial Hospital
Be a Hero!
Infection Prevention at Speare Memorial Hospital has unveiled a new awareness campaign featuring Dr. Casey and APRN Jean Richardson. The posters characterize them as “Superman” getting a flu shot and “Wonder Woman” deflecting the spread of germs by covering her cough.
Infection Prevention Coordinator Mary Ruppert says everyone can be a hero in preventing the spread of infection, “Our doctors and nurses are the local healthcare heros providing excellent healthcare to our community every day. This campaign was an opportunity to share an important message in a new way and showcase our care providers.”
New Hampshire Hospital Association Releases Report on the NH Health Protection Plan
Posted on March 3rd, 2015 by Speare Memorial Hospital
Data Shows Program is Working as Planned Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Hospital Association (NHHA) released a report today showing the positive impact that the New Hampshire Health Protection Plan (NHHPP), the bipartisan approach to extending private health insurance coverage to more low-income, uninsured residents in New Hampshire that was adopted last year, is […]
Speare’s Cardiac Rehab Gets to the Heart of the Matter
Posted on February 9th, 2015 by Speare Memorial Hospital
Sewing, it’s who Margaret “Peggy” Brown of Rumney is. It is what she does . . . her therapy . . .her passion. Daily she can be found in her sewing nook creating her signature pieces— colorful, reversible fleece vests, jackets and snowsuits for children. At the same time she may be also piecing together […]