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COVID-19 Update

In response to the Governor’s stay-at-home order, Harbour Women’s Health is currently developing a comprehensive plan to continue providing high-quality care since some visits are considered essential. All patients with upcoming appointments will receive a personal call from our office to provide additional information in preparation for your visit. All patients are required to wear cloth face masks in cooperation with the new CDC recommendations. The CDC is advising the use of simple cloth face […]

Harbour Women’s Health Assists with Continuity of Care For Cigna Patients Following February 1st Deadline

Portsmouth, NH – Harbour Women’s Health has announced their commitment to assisting their current obstetric patients who may be affected by insurance contract negotiations. This announcement comes in response to the current contract negotiations between Cigna and HCA Healthcare, the company that owns Portsmouth Regional Hospital. Cigna insurance customers were recently notified that Portsmouth Regional Hospital may no longer be in-network as of February 1, 2020. “Our providers and office staff are closely monitoring the […]

Harbour Women’s Health Earns Best of the Seacoast OBGYN Title for Third Consecutive Year

Portsmouth, NH – Harbour Women’s Health is honored to announce it has been named the Best OBGYN in the 2019 Best of the Seacoast Awards for the third consecutive year. Dedicated to quality standards and providing optimal care, the providers at Harbour Women’s Health are committed to offering their patients personalized care with the quality of care they deserve. “Harbour Women’s Health is so appreciative of its wonderful patients and seacoast community,” said Emily Amarosa, […]

Quality Initiatives and Preventative Solutions Protect Expecting and New Moms

Printed by the New Hampshire Union Header on August 25, 2019. Article written by Dr. Emily Amarosa and Dr. Caroline Scoones of Harbour Women’s Health. In December 2018, the federal government signed the Preventing Maternal Deaths Act which allocates federal grants to states to investigate pregnancy-related deaths. This five-year initiative has sparked an increased discussion on how to best support mothers during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and post-partum. Although surgical deliveries are certainly a component […]