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March 13, 2014

People on the Move: March 13, 2014


Carriage Towne News

---- — Southern District YMCA has partnered with Raymond-based Jewett Construction Company, Inc. to build a ground-up, new YMCA in Exeter. The approx. 30,000 square foot building will be expansive including a cardio and weight room, group fitness studios, an indoor track, a full-court gymnasium, a multi-purpose community room, locker rooms, and space dedicated to watching children while parents use the facility. A second phase will join an indoor pool with access through the locker rooms. For more information about Southern District YMCA/Camp Lincoln, Inc. and the YMCA Exeter area project, please visit www.sdymca.org or email YMCAexeter@sdymca.org.

Tad and Nicolas Dziemian (President and Vice President) are proud to announce the start-up, Neighborhood Energy, (www.neighborhoodenergyne.com) a division of White Columns Solutions (www.whitecolumnssolutions.com) with the main office in East Hampstead. The new company will serve New Hampshire residential and small business consumers with electric supply whose goal is to be the low cost leader. For more information, visit www.NeighborhoodEnergyNE.com.

Core Neurology is pleased to announce that Geoffrey Starr, MD,and Robert Donnell, MD, have joined Kent Logan, MD, to offer comprehensive neurology services along with Coastal NH Neurosurgeons in Exeter. Core Neurology is located at 9 Buzell Avenue, Exeter. To schedule an appointment, please call 772-0345.

Located on 169 acres of pristine pasture and woodlands, Wings & Hooves Therapeutic Riding Inc., located in East Kingston, is proud to welcome veteran servicemen and women to their Healing our Heroes Hoof by Hoof horsemanship program. This program offers physical, psychological and social benefits to veterans who are healing from life-altering injuries or challenges. Offered in a safe, supportive and calm farm environment, the equine-assisted activities veteran’s program improves overall well-being and self-confidence and fosters self-discipline, increased patience, decreased anxiety as well as a sense of normalcy. For more information or to make an appointment to visit, please call 603-642-3722, or email riding@wingsandhooves.org.

ReVision Energy is pleased to announce that their Exeter branch has hired two new solar sales professionals, Jonathan Gregory of Concord and Jason Tuttle of Portsmouth. The two new team members highlight the rapid growth of the solar installer, which grew from having one representative in New Hampshire in 2010 to the current staff of 19 full-time employees operating out of a 7,000 sq. ft solar showroom and warehouse in Brentwood.

Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics announced that Dr. Matthew Quitkin has been chosen as a Top Doctor in Hand Surgery by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. Dr. Quitkin is a Board-Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon who is Fellowship-Trained in Hand Surgery. He specializes in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of diseases and conditions of the Hand and Upper Extremity. During his time living and working on the Seacoast he has helped develop one of the most comprehensive Orthopaedic Hand Centers in New England. For more information, call 603-775-7575, or visit accesssportsmed.com.

Holy Family Hospital and Merrimack Valley Hospital, part of the Steward Health Care System LLC (Steward), released an economic impact report for 2010-2012, produced by the Health Business Group, an independent consulting firm in Boston. The report reveals that Steward invested the following: Holy Family Hospital joined the organization in November 2010. Since then, Steward invested $24.9 million in construction and technology improvements, provided $15.6 million in community benefits and delivered $1.5 million in tax revenues to Methuen. Merrimack Valley Hospital joined the organization in May 2011. This economic impact report was submitted to the Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts, which has oversight authority of the Steward Health Care System. To read the full report, please visit: www.steward.org/economicimpact.