November 2023

The Nurse Residency Program at Southern New Hampshire Health offers support and changes lives. Read one nurse's story.
11/21/2023 by Victoria Francia, Graduate RN
Southern New Hampshire Health is pleased to welcome four new providers to the health system. These providers have joined in areas ranging from orthopedics to palliative care. They are dedicated health care professionals, ready to provide the level of care that our community expects.
Southern New Hampshire Health announces that it is the first in the Southern New Hampshire region to offer enhanced colonoscopies with the GI Genius™ intelligent endoscopy module. The technology uses artificial intelligence to help physicians detect potentially precancerous polyps. Patients can now schedule a colonoscopy with GI Genius™ at Foundation Gastroenterology.
As a parent, keeping your child healthy is a top priority. With flu season upon us, it's crucial to be well-prepared. In this article, we'll cover the signs and symptoms of the flu in children, steps to take if they get sick, prevention tips, as well as emergency signs to watch out for in both children and infants.
11/7/2023 by Jennifer Lavallee, APRN- Merrimack Pediatrics
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 10 lesser-known tips to avoid getting the flu this season.
11/6/2023 by Michaela Anthony, RN at Nashua Center for Internal Medicine
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, who is at risk, how to treat it at home, and when to seek medical attention.
10/31/2023 by Nancy Foti