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As a recent college graduate, this job is exactly what I was looking for. I work part-time in Pepperell Radiology during the week, and I work at the hospital or other locations within Foundation Medical Partners on a per diem basis. I love the variety. Monday through Friday, I work with the same people every day – a great routine. Then, on the weekends, I work in emergency and urgent care settings that are constantly changing. I experience the best of both worlds!
Instantly, I felt welcome when I started at Orthopedics at the Bone and Joint Center in July. Being comfortable and at ease with new co-workers is refreshing. I’ve worked in healthcare for a long time, and I value the relationships I have with my colleagues greatly.
My practice allows me to cross train, which opens networking opportunities for me throughout Southern New Hampshire Health. I have past experience working in Surgery, and soon, I will receive training to assist with surgical scheduling – one of my passions. Moving in this direction, my scope will expand to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center – integrating the hospital and Foundation Medical Partners seamlessly.
In addition, one of my future goals is to become an office supervisor. My practice manager is guiding me through the process and providing shadowing opportunities for me, so I can learn from an experienced supervisor within our organization. I feel very enriched and empowered here.
I started working per diem hours for Foundation Medical Partners 10 years ago. It gave me the flexibility I needed as a stay-at-home mom to transition back to work. Six months later, when Primary Care of Hudson opened, I started a part-time position and later changed to full time – I’ve been here ever since. Foundation Medical Partners gave me opportunities to meet my work/life balance needs at every stage in my career.
Primary Care of Hudson is a very convenient location for my family and me, and my co-workers are like family. I come from a very large family, so my work team is a happy extension of it. We accept everyone and strive to make each other feel welcome every day.
I’ve been working at Foot and Ankle Care at the Bone and Joint Center since January 2016. When I first started this job, I really liked the way Foundation Medical Partners was presented to me. My practice manager was very well-organized and passionate about this office. She set me up for success from the beginning and continues to take the time to teach me new things until I understand them.
My goal is to become a practice manager someday, and my own practice manager is already mentoring me through this process. Foundation Medical Partners recognizes talent within the organization, and I look forward to continuing to grow here. I have opportunities to learn so much more.
I have worked at SNHH since February 2016, and I appreciate the opportunities I have to grow with my Behavioral Health team. Everyone in our group has the freedom to design and develop innovative ways to help individual patients reach their goals. Our team focuses on the whole well-being of every patient. I appreciate the fact that I work with individuals who share different therapeutic techniques and perspectives. I have the opportunity to express my point of view as well, which makes me feel valued.
1989 was the year I started working at SNHH. I was a nurse in the NICU department at the hospital for almost a decade, and then I worked at a Foundation Medical Partners pediatric practice for over five years. Now, in Immediate Care, I work with babies, children and adults. I love the opportunities I have to give care to everyone – in both a hospital setting and in various medical practice settings. As an SNHH nurse, the connections I make in the community are priceless. Recently, I had the chance to talk with a mother in the grocery store who recognized me. I was her children’s nurse in the NICU 24 years ago! I was amazed and delighted that she remembered the care I gave her family so many years ago. Moments like these mean so much to me.