2021 Healthcare Hero Winners

Concord Region Winner

Laura “Beth” Nagy
Director of Rehabilitation Services
New Hampshire Hospital in Concord

Program contact: Roxie Severance, Healthcare Sector Advisor, at Roxie@RSConsulting.Services

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Southern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center (AHEC), a program of Lamprey Health Care, and the CDC Equity Grant.

If you are interested in becoming one of our critical sponsors, please contact Roxie Severance.

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Last year, we saw those working in healthcare put to the test. From enforcing heightened restrictions to finding themselves at the firing line of tense emotions, our healthcare workforce has remained vigilant and resilient in ensuring that we are all healthy, safe and well-cared for. In the face of everything, our healthcare heroes stayed in an arduous profession to continue caring for Granite Staters who needed help – and above all – hope.

We're looking for sponsors who can help us continue this effort to thank our healthcare workforce while sharing their stories of hope, resilience and dedication. 

Sponsorships will cover two rounds of healthcare hero recognitions - one planned for September 2022 and a second in May 2023.

 

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How it works

Nomination timeline: The 2022 nominations process is scheduled to open in the fall. 

Who can be nominated: Any New Hampshire resident working throughout the healthcare system (nurses, LNAs, cooks, maintenance technicians, dentists, etc.)

Selection process: The NH Healthcare Heroes board of volunteers will review the nominations and select seven winners (one winner for each of the seven regions in the state) along with two runners-up. We will then profile the winners in interviews to be shared with their employers and through social media, local media outlets and healthcare associations. 

What the heroes get: Healthcare Heroes will be honored during a pinning ceremony with media and their employers and will also receive a customized swag bag filled with donations from our sponsors.  

The goal

To recognize these amazing heroes and to encourage others to consider a healthcare career in New Hampshire.  

We are soliciting sponsors for swag bag items and donations to continue the effort in telling the stories of those who do so much for all of us. 


Click "See More" to read more about each Healthcare Hero and to see pictures from their pinning ceremonies. 

Lakes Region Winner

Ashley Douthart
Behavioral Health Manager
HealthFirst Family Care Center in Franklin

Monadnock Region Winner

Emilee Guyette
Environmental Services Manager
Cedarcrest Center for Children with Disabilities in Keene

North Country Region Winner

Laurie Fellows
Director of Environmental Services
Cottage Hospital in Woodsville

Seacoast Region Winner

Stacy Dionne
Clinical Nurse Manager
Lamprey Health Care in Raymond

Southern NH Region Winner

Matt Bouchie
Homeless Outreach Coordinator
Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester

Upper Valley Region Winners

Entrance Screening Team at New London Hospital:

Nancy Collins, Lynn Williams, Deborah Wood, Paul Bosquet, Susie Mochel and Amy Carney

Celebrate New Hampshire's Healthcare Heroes

We all know healthcare heroes.

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Healthcare Hero Sponsors

Our goal is to thank them by telling their stories.

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