At Harbour Women’s Health, we value the importance of providing our patients and community with information about our practice’s recent news and accomplishments. These recognitions highlight our efforts to educate our patients and local community. Read more below and be sure to visit this page often for updates.
Posted by SeacoastOnline.com in September 2017 First Place: Harbour Women’s Health For over 50 years, Harbour Women’s Health has provided progressive and conventional medical care focused on each patient’s needs. Our practitioners are honored to guide you through each stage of life: from adolescent care to menopause and mature woman care, family planning and infertility to obstetrics and delivery, as well as
Printed by the New Hampshire Union Leader on August 27, 2017 Article written by By Dr. Caroline Scoones and Dr. Emily Amarosa of Harbour Women’s Health A worrisome trend has recently been highlighted regarding maternal health in the United States of America. Despite being a global powerhouse and spending $3 trillion on healthcare each year, the United States is lagging significantly behind other developed nations in maternal mortality rate. More disheartening, this rate has been
Each year, New Hampshire Magazine and Castle Connolly seek nominations from residents of New Hampshire for which coctor is the best in their field of practice. Nominations for Top Doctor range from Neurology, Pediatrics and Surgical Care. This year, over 270 doctors within 55 specific fields who practice in New Hampshire were selected as Top Doctor for
Printed in the New Hampshire Union Leader Medical Journal, August 21, 2016 Throughout 2016, Zika virus has become a growing health concern, and with the recently reported cases in Florida, the need for education has increased. Zika virus is spread primarily by the bite of an infected Aedes aegypti or Aedes albopictus mosquito. In addition, Zika can also be sexually transmitted, even if the infected partner shows
Printed on SeacoastOnline.com on August 7, 2016 Recent news articles indicate that one sexually transmitted disease is becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotic treatments. In 2006, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had five recommended treatment options for gonorrhea — now the United States has only one option remaining. Gonorrhea is a reportable disease, meaning that the CDC mandates that states track the number of cases they