Welcome to Weeks Medical Center
Our caring and compassionate staff is committed to providing the highest quality and efficient health care services to the communities of New Hampshire’s North Country. Our main hospital is located in Lancaster and we operate satellite physicians offices in the towns of Whitefield, Groveton, North Stratford and Lancaster.
New Licensed Clinical Social Worker Joins Weeks Medical Center
New Mental Health Specialist brings additional care to the North Country.
Weeks Medical Center announced that Evelyn Robbennolt-Jones, LICSW, has joined the hospital as a new licensed clinical social worker.
Robbennolt-Jones received her undergraduate degree in history from Carleton College in Northfield, MN, and earned her masters of social work degree from Boston College in Boston, MA. Robbennolt-Jones will specialize in outpatient mental health treatment for adults and children.
“I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Evelyn Robbennolt-Jones to our mental health staff,” says Scott Howe, CEO of Weeks Medical Center. “Her many years of experience will allow us to better serve the needs of our communities and provide valuable care for both adults and children. She is a welcome addition to our staff.”
Robbennolt-Jones has more than 20 years of experience in mental health services, including trauma care, personality disorders, children and adolescent care, issues related to the deaf and hearing impaired, and individual, group, and family therapy. She is also fluent in American Sign Language.
For the past 10 years, Robbennolt-Jones served as a social work supervisor at the Elmira Psychiatric Center in Elmira, NY, and its Wellsville Clinic in Wellsville, NY. Her responsibilities included managing inpatient and outpatient care and providing therapy, case management, and crisis services to individuals, groups, and families.
Robbennolt-Jones’ is based in the Lancaster Physicians Office.
Weeks Medical Center Welcomes New Staff Podiatrist
New Hampshire Native Comes Home to Practice
Weeks Medical Center announced that Tara Soraghan, DPM, has joined the hospital as a new staff podiatrist.
Dr. Soraghan, who grew up in Conway, received her medical training at Temple University College of Podiatric Medicine and was named to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. Dr. Soraghan will specialize in non-surgical and surgical care of the foot and ankle and will help expand podiatry care throughout the North Country.
“We are fortunate to have the Dr. Soraghan join the Weeks community,” says Scott Howe, CEO of Weeks Medical Center. “She will allow us to better serve the growing podiatry needs of our communities and help us do more outreach to underserved areas. She is a welcome addition to our medical staff.”
Dr. Soraghan recently completed her clinical and surgical residency program at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, NY. She joins the practice of Drs. Hal Goolman and W. Kemp Schanlaber at the Whitefield Physicians Office.
Dr. Soraghan’s appointment is in response to the growing demand for podiatry care in the North Country. Plans are underway to open a one-day-a-week podiatry office in Berlin and expand the amount of hours of the Colebrook office from one day to two. Dr. Soraghan will also be working closely with the Weeks Wound Care Center to provide a variety of care and treatment plans.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Soraghan, call 603-788-5095
Putting You in Control of Your Healthcare
New Patient Portal & Healow App Improves Quality of Care
Accessing your healthcare information has never been easier thanks to the Weeks patient portal and new healow app. The portal and the app are designed to give you 24-hour access to all your healthcare information in a safe, easy-to-use online environment.
The portal and app put you in control of your healthcare. You can view information such as recent doctor visits, discharge summaries, immunizations, allergies, and lab results.
An exciting new aspect of the portal is the new healow app for smartphones and tablets. The free app allows you to access all your healthcare information from anywhere. You can also link multiple accounts if you manage the information of family members. The app lets you manage your medications, communicate with your doctor, and view lab results. It can also remind you about appointments, help you renew prescriptions, and let’s you record health information.
To sign up for the patient portal, click here. Then download the free healow app from the App Store or Google Play.
A Better Way to Heal...New State-of-the-Art Wound Care Center.
Weeks Medical Center's new Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center opened in April and is staffed by specially trained medical experts using the latest wound care methods, dressings, and technologies for the treatment of chronic wounds. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, one of the most advanced therapies in the treatment of problem wounds, will be one of the featured technologies at the new Center. Learn More.