Be inspired by the stories of our doctors and advanced providers.
Dr. Madden-Fuentes with wife Laura
Dr. Madden-Fuentes joined Concord Hospital in 2017 after completing his residency and fellowship in reconstructive surgery and cancer survivorship at Duke University. His favorite things about living and working here thus far include: excellent work/life balance; a centralized location that affords easy access to lakes, beaches, mountains and larger cities; being a part of a collegiate environment where providers are collectively invested in excellent patient outcomes; existence of a dedicated staff to support patient-care initiatives; access to the latest technologies; and an extensive representation of fellowship-trained, subspecialty providers.
Lindsay Overko with husband Steven
Lindsay grew up in Manchester, NH, but relocated to Virginia for her physician assistant (PA) training at Eastern Virginia Medical School. However, she quickly realized a strong desire to return to New Hampshire. Drawn to Concord Hospital because of its notable culture, vast array of career opportunities and high praise from the surrounding community, Lindsay joined in 2016 as a PA in Family Medicine. She is immensely grateful to the recruitment team who helped her realize her long-term goals as well as her management team and colleagues for continuously supporting her career. She was thus able to transfer to Dermatology in August 2018. “This is a wonderful group to work for and I truly enjoy being part of this team; I love the people I work with,” said Lindsay. She also continuously finds herself pleasantly surprised with how engaged and transparent senior leadership is with the staff and providers. She now happily lives in Hooksett with her husband and plans to stay in this area for a long time.
Keira Proctor with husband Chris
Keira and her husband, both big fans of the outdoors, wanted to relocate farther north than Boston where she attended Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Upon discovering Concord Hospital, which she describes as the friendliest hospital she has ever been to, Keira joined the team in October 2018. She loves living in a wonderfully central location that is a drivable distance from places to kayak, camp, fish, etc. and also has a wonderful school system for her kids. Keira enjoys looking out of the window at the Hospital and seeing a beautiful mountain landscape as well as passing a tractor crossing sign on her way to work. “It makes me smile,” she says. Though it is located near quite a few working farms, she notes, Concord Hospital is not a small rural hospital, but a relatively large multispecialty regional healthcare system. What sets it apart from other hospitals, she says, is three-fold. It's advanced provider friendly, where she always feels treated as an equal by other advanced providers, physicians and administrators; everyone is very patient-focused with Concord Hospital as a whole being uniquely dedicated to preventative medicine; and the mentality of providers to be a part of something that is bigger than oneself enables everyone to collaborate extremely effectively.
Dr. Moossavi with wife Meghan
Dr. Moossavi joined Concord Cardiology Associates in 2016 after completing his interventional cardiology and endovascular fellowship at the University of Vermont. He and his wife were happy to relocate to Concord, as it brought them closer to their family and kept them in New England. Dr. Moossavi was impressed by the welcoming culture of the Hospital and the broad spectrum of services offered. At Concord Hospital, in cardiology, everything is under one umbrella and works as a collaborative body. There is a “beauty to a one-group practice” such as this, he says. He also notes the ease of the work environment and the wonderful work-life balance. Concord Hospital Cardiac Associates performs a high volume of state of the art procedures each year, and thus Dr. Moossavi is afforded the opportunity to focus on the interventional cardiology that is near and dear to his heart.