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Concord Hospital 

Concord, NH

2020 NHDFMR Grads

NHDFMR Class of 2020

Congratulations to: Dr. Loulya Chanine, Dr. Luke Sturmy, Dr. Rebecca Williams, Dr. Jenn Badger, Dr. Amir Alawneh, Dr. Stephen Bishop, Dr. Linda Haller and Dr. Rima Patel

2020 NHDFMR Parade

Parade Fun

Dr. Xinuo Gao celebrating the NHDFMR Class of 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were unable to hold a formal graduation ceremony, so we hosted a parade throughout the Hospital campus instead. 

2020 NHDFMR Res of Year

Resident of the Year Award- 2020

Congratulations to Dr. Stephen Bishop for being presented the award of Resident of the Year by Program Director, Dr. Dominic Geffken.

Dr. Gao Kayaking

New Hampshire Fun

Dr. Gao kayaks on Newfound Lake accompanied by a fellow resident, Dr. Pereira and faculty member, Dr. Linda J Haller.

Faculty Award 2020

Faculty of the Year Award

Dr. Linda E. Haller presenting Dr. Jacqueline Morse with the Faculty of the Year Award at the 2020 NHDFMR graduation ceremony.

Parade First Year Residents

Parade Fun

First-year residents cheering on fellow residents at the NHDFMR class of 2020 graduation parade.

Why Choose NHDFMR

  • As a resident at NHDFMR, you can expect to work with other residents from many different countries and cultures
  • Our multidisciplinary faculty including Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
  • Patient care in two community-based settings: Concord NH with an emphasis on under-served and refugee populations; and Hillsboro NH — a rural community
  • Located in the Capital of New Hampshire with a robust political scene
  • An hour from the mountains, ocean and the city of Boston, MA
  • Unique “Systems” curriculum with an emphasis on teamwork
  • Additional two-year residency after family medicine residency (by application) in Leadership Preventive Medicine (LPMR) with an emphasis on quality improvement and leadership, which includes a Master’s degree in Public Health from The Dartmouth Institute, Dartmouth College

Living In New Hampshire

"Whether you’re a first timer, a regular visitor, or a Granite State native, there are endless adventures waiting for you in New Hampshire. The best part is, it’s all close by! New Hampshire has a backyard vibe you’ll be pressed to find anywhere else. Go climbing to the top of a scenic mountain in the morning, and be home to surf the seacoast at sunset. Feel the rush as you swoop past the trees on a zipline canopy tour, or roar through the woods on an ATV. We might be biased, but we think you’ll agree— New Hampshire is the place to be if you’re looking for thrilling and memorable experiences that feel like they’re in your own backyard!"

Visit New Hampshire Web Site

Picture of fall leaves around a lake

In NH We Have It All

Concord is located in the capital of New Hampshire, an hour from the mountains, ocean and the city of Boston, MA. Peak foliage season, between September and October, attracts people from across New England.