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Cheshire Medical Center selects Joseph L. Perras, MD, as president and CEO
As president and CEO, Joseph L. Perras, MD, will have overall responsibility for ensuring that the mission and strategic objectives of Cheshire Medical Center are achieved in an efficient, effective, and high-quality manner.
Check Your Bias: A free training for healthcare and service professionals
Cheshire Medical Center hosts a series of trainings to minimize stigma, bias, and health disparities related to substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health.
Out-of-the-box outdoor activities
Try some different activities to get outside and enjoy the regular physical activity that brings abundant health benefits.
Can the Monadnock Region become a trauma-informed community?
Trauma significantly impacts people's health and our community, recently the Healthy Monadnock Alliance's Behavioral Health Working Group received a grant to help change that.
Time for a refresher on ticks
Tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, and babesiosis are a serious health concern in New Hampshire. Marika Henegan, MD, discusses prevention and when to seek care.
Dr. Caruso Among Honorees at Keene State Commencement May 6
The annual Granite State Award is given for outstanding achievement and significant contributions to the welfare of the state.
Certified nurses—gaining specialized skills for exceptional care
Building robust knowledge of their specialties, these nurses demonstrate their expertise and elevate their careers through professional certifications.
Sara Gilbert: Supporting behavioral health in our community
Driven to integrate medical and psychiatric care over the past three decades, Gilbert has inspired more compassionate Emergency Department care
Sam Field and Ryan Hornblower: Answering the call of nursing at Cheshire
Inspired by the passion and commitment of their nursing colleagues, these professionals are shifting careers to become nurses themselves.
5 tips for living well after a stroke
Following a stroke, people are forced to accept sudden changes in family roles, logistics, and life expectations and face down the unknown. Occupational therapist Cindi Zipoli, OT/L, helps patients navigate this transition and achieve meaningful recovery.