Elliot Hospital Continues Orthopaedic Center of Excellence Designation

Elliot Hospital continues its designation as an Orthopaedic Center of Excellence by our accrediting body, DNV. This designation affirms Elliot Hospital’s excellence in the provision of diagnostic services, surgical services, and therapies related to orthopedic care. “This designation assures our community that we have the ability to provide consistent, high-quality orthopaedic care,” said Elliot Health…

10 Surprising Tips to Avoid the Flu

By: Michaela Anthony, RN at Nashua Center for Internal Medicine Flu season is upon us. Avoiding the flu requires taking preventive measures to reduce your risk of getting infected. While some methods are well-known (we highly recommend a flu shot), there are also some surprising ways to help avoid the flu. Here are our top…

Elliot Health System Welcomes Three New Providers

Elliot Health System is pleased to announce our newest providers. These providers have joined the system in our hospitalist program and Elliot Cardiovascular Consultants. They are dedicated healthcare professionals, ready to provide the excellence in care our community expects from The Elliot. Valeria Dejica, MD – Elliot Hospitalist Program   Ido Preis, MD – Elliot Cardiovascular Consultants…

RSV: An Annual Virus That Demands Attention

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) typically occurs in New England during the fall and winter months when we spend more time indoors and schools and daycares are reopening. This common virus affects both children and adults, and in certain individuals can become a very serious health concern. In this article, we’ll delve into what RSV is,…

Five Common Myths About Breast Cancer

Myth #1: I don’t have a family history of breast cancer, so I don’t need to worry about getting breast cancer myself. Fact: Although having an immediate family history of breast cancer elevates your risk of developing breast cancer, 87% of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no known family history of the disease. Myth #2: Breast pain…

Jennifer Marcotte Appointed to the State of New Hampshire Trauma Medical Review Committee

Southern New Hampshire Health is pleased to announce that Jennifer Marcotte, Southern NH Medical Center Trauma Program Manager, has been appointed by Commissioner Robert Quinn to the Trauma Medical Review Committee (TMRC) for the State of New Hampshire. Marcotte will represent the New Hampshire Emergency Nurses Association on this committee. Marcotte has been with Southern…

Southern NH Health Welcomes New Providers

Southern New Hampshire Health is pleased to announce the newest additions to the health system. These providers have recently joined in the areas of counseling and wellness, home care, and adult primary care. They are dedicated healthcare professionals, ready to provide the excellence in care our community expects from Southern NH Health. Heiza Sanuco, APRN…