May 2021

May is National Stroke Awareness Month! When it comes to stroke, every second counts. That’s why it’s important to know the signs of stroke.

Elizabeth Army, RN, Stroke Coordinator at Southern New Hampshire Health, sat down for a live interview with the United Way Community Connections Show to discuss Stroke Awareness Month.


“This was a dramatic experience, but everyone supported me, kept me calm, it was incredible,” Rachael Bonnette, a patient at Women’s Care of Nashua, says after giving birth in an exam room at the practice.

Her new healthy baby boy, Parker Lawson Bonnette, decided he wanted to make a grand entrance into the world.