Welcome to the Virtual Healthy Aging Series, presented by Speare Memorial Hospital, Mid-State Health Center, and Pemi Baker Community Health! In this series, we will be covering topics such as: Staying Fit, Nutrition As We Age, Communicating Effectively with Aging Parents, Advanced Directives and why they’re important, and many more. With the help of our trusted professionals, we will be bringing you podcasts and video tutorials every single month.
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From all of us at Speare Hospital, Mid-State Health Center, and Pemi Baker Community Health, we would like to say thank you for taking the time to subscribe to this series!
Mid-State Health Center delivers primary care and supportive services at both its Bristol and Plymouth offices, offering medical services, dental services, behavioral health counseling, imaging services, and care management for the entire family. The mission of Mid-State Health Center is to provide sound primary health care to the community accessible to all regardless of the ability to pay.
For more than 100 years, Speare Memorial Hospital has been a cornerstone of community health and wellness, serving residents and visitors to Central New Hampshire. Healthcare has changed a lot over time, but high quality, compassionate care delivered by a team of skilled and dedicated doctors and nurses, remains at the heart of Speare Memorial Hospital's mission. Today, Speare Memorial Hospital is a 21st century, state-of-the-art critical access hospital located in the heart of New Hampshire between the scenic Lakes Region and the White Mountain National Forest that stands ready to be your resource center for health and wellness across the spectrum of life.
Established in 1967, Pemi-Baker Community Health is an innovative leader in Physical Therapy, Palliative, Hospice and Home Care. We are a local, independent, non-profit providing programs and services to meet the diverse needs of 22 surrounding communities in central and northern New Hampshire. Through the support of more than 70 employees and volunteers, the organization touches lives in a variety of ways: teaching your little one to swim, strengthening your knee through physical therapy, or supporting you and your family with advanced illness at home.