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Healthcare the Way It Should Be

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. 

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Free Blood Pressure Clinic

Screen Shot 2015-08-13 at 3.22.34 PM The monthly free blood pressure clinic sponsored by Volunteer Services of Weeks Medical Center is now on a new day. The free blood pressure clinic will now be held on the second Friday of each month. The location and times for the clinic remain the same: Passumpsic Savings Bank at 117 Main Street, Lancaster, NH, from 11 am to 2 pm.    

“We are changing the date in order to serve more people in the community,” said Margo Cliche, director of Volunteer Services at Weeks. “More people visit the bank on Friday than on any other day. The Friday clinic will make blood pressure screening more accessible to more people—at no cost.”

The dates for upcoming blood pressure clinics include: December 11, January 8, February 12, March 11, and April 8. For more information about the free blood pressure clinic, contact Margo Cliche at 603-788-5221 or at margo.cliche@weeksmedical.org.

Celebrating 40+ Years of Service

IMG 7110 copy 2Weeks Medical Center recently honored 10 employees for their more than 40 years of loyal service to the hospital. 

The event, hosted by Weeks chief executive officer Scott Howe, had a resounding theme: Weeks is family. Honorees include: Denise Brisson (41 years), Lois Canton (42 years), Renee Hutchinson (44 years), Carrie Ingerson (41 years), Diana Kenison (43 years), Fran LaDuke (43 years), John MacKillop (42 years), Linda Reichert (43 years), Mona Riendeau (50 years), and Pat Rogers (44 years).  

 “Weeks to me is like a second home,” said Carrie Ingerson, patients accounts manager.  "This is a good place.”

To read more about the honorees, click here

Big Things Are Taking Shape

 LOADER WEB ESY-011079230Construction has begun on a $2 million exterior upgrade project at Weeks Medical Center. The goal of the project is to improve overall access to the hospital. The 15-week project will upgrade and expand parking to nearly 300 spaces, create a new entrance to the hospital with a full canopy, and add a new helicopter pad for improved Emergency Department access.

 Construction will be implemented in five phases and completed by November. The planned phases were designed to minimize disruption to both patients and hospital staff. Please bear with us as improvements are made.

North Country Hospitals Approve Affiliation

DSC 0833 The boards and leadership of Androscoggin Valley Hospital, Littleton Regional Healthcare, Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital, and Weeks Medical Center announced the approval of a formal affiliation agreement to create a new healthcare organization to serve all communities in the North Country. Its name will be North Country Healthcare.

North Country Healthcare will become the parent organization of the new four-hospital health system. Under the arrangement, each of the hospitals will exchange some autonomy to enable joint development of a highly coordinated healthcare network that will improve quality, increase efficiencies, and lower the cost of healthcare delivery in the North Country.

 For more information, and to read the full press release about the affiliation, click here.

Employees Recognized for Service

Employee Recognition Night was held at Weeks Medical Center on Friday, May 15. More than 50 employees were recognized for their years of service to Weeks Medical Center and the community. Employees representing almost every department received commendation for their years of service for periods from five to 40 years.

10 year copyWeeks CEO Scott Howe welcomed everyone to the event after a social hour with refreshments. Medical Staff President Mederic LeBlanc, MD, and David Atkinson, president of the Weeks board of trustees, addressed everyone in attendance. Howe and various department managers presented the recognition awards to employees. 

Denise Brisson, surgical services manager and an operating room registered nurse, and Carrie Ingerson, manager of patient accounts, were congratulated for 40 years of service.

For more photos from Employee Recognition Night, click here.

Putting You in Control of Your Healthcare

Patient Portal & Healow App Improves Quality of Care

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Accessing your healthcare information has never been easier thanks to the Weeks patient portal and 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.