E-News update from Wentworth-Douglass Hospital
Patient safety has always been at the heart of our mission – especially now as we reopen our practices, clinics and facilities in accordance with state guidelines. We are fully prepared to provide you with the care you need most, when you need it, and we've made a commitment to keep you safe every step of the way.
These measures are in place to reduce the risk of spreading any infectious disease, including COVID-19:
Service Updates (https://www.wdhospital.org/serviceupdates) page.
Thank you for putting your trust in us and making Wentworth-Douglass Hospital your choice for your health care needs.
Wentworth-Douglass now offers Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing by appointment only for patients with mild COVID-19 symptoms and for pre-procedural testing requirements.
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please call your provider’s office for guidance on where to receive the necessary care and testing. If you have a scheduled surgery or procedure, you will be contacted to make testing arrangements.
If you do not have a Wentworth Health Partners PCP, you can also visit Wentworth-Douglass Hospital’s Express Care locations. Please call first – Dover (603-609-6700) or Lee (603-868-8507) – open daily 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
If you have life threatening symptoms, please call 9-1-1 or visit the Wentworth-Douglass Emergency Department.
Learn more on our COVID-19 Updates page.
As female athletes continue to excel in their chosen sports, we are pleased to offer a new service dedicated to their unique needs. The Women’s Sports Medicine Program will provide focused sports medicine care for women of all ages and abilities, including high school and college athletes, cyclists, runners, triathletes, and weekend warriors.
Dr. Jennifer Hopp leads this new program with extensive experience in caring for athletes on the sideline, concussion management, joint injections, ultrasound guided injections, platelet-rich plasma injections, casting/splinting, nutrition guidance, as well as general musculoskeletal injuries.
Join this virtual presentation with Dr. Hopp and Jacqueline Plante PT, DPT, SCS, Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy, as they speak about the unique female musculoskeletal anatomy and why women are more at risk for lower extremity injuries, such as sprains, strains and overuse injuries. Hear about which injuries are more common in women and what to do to prevent them.
To make an appointment with Dr. Jennifer Hopp or to learn more about the Women’s Sports Medicine Program, call (603) 742-2007.
Register for the Event
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital is excited to join the Granite State’s day of giving: NH Gives. This 24-hour virtual fundraising rally is a chance to show your community healthcare heroes that you care. Please consider making a donation in recognition of all we’ve been through these last few months.
Get ready to give! Starting today at 6 PM, visit nhgives.org and donate to support the Emergency Response Fund. You will have 24 hours to make your donation. The NH Gives campaign ends at 6 PM on Wednesday, June 10th.
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