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At the Hospitals: June 30, 2013

  • Sansone

    Sansone

  • Sansone

Hanover Doctor
Joins APD

Lebanon — Dr. Paul Sansone, of Hanover, has joined the new Pain Management Clinic at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. Sansone has 12 years of experience as a board-certified anesthesiologist, with a sub-specialty certification in pain medicine.

His previously held positions include co-director of the Pain Management Clinic at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, Instructor of Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School and Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

Sansone earned his medical degree from the State University of New York in Buffalo. He completed residencies in internal medicine and anesthesiology, along with a fellowship in pain medicine, at DHMC.

“His expertise is an asset that will greatly benefit patients with chronic pain syndromes as well as episodes of acute pain,” Susan Mooney, president and chief executive officer of APD, said in a recent news release.

Event Raises $26,000
F or New London Hospital

Newport — A new fundraiser for New London Hospital raised more than $26,000 earlier this month. More than 180 people attended “The Propeller” at Edmonds Aircraft Service at Parlin Airfield in Newport.

The event, sponsored by the Friends of New London Hospital, included Monte Carlo gaming, a silent auction of aviation-themed artwork, dancing and limbo to a steel drum band, and photos next to a vintage airplane. The money will support the hospital, including a new 3D mammography system.

Student Health Care Program Graduates Six

Windsor — Six junior high and high school students recently graduated from Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center’s Dare to Care student volunteer program.

The 17-hour course gives students ages 13-18 the opportunity to work as a patient care assistants alongside hospital staff.
The classroom curriculum covers confidentiality policies and communication methods. Infection control and CPR are taught during clinical portions of the course.

The Dare to Care program was created by the hospital nursing staff in order to introduce students to various health care careers.

The hospital is accepting applications for sessions throughout 2013. For more information, call Wanda L. Pockett, registered nurse, at 802-674-7440 or Jill Lord at 802-674-7224.

­­Compiled by Aimee Caruso