NH Orthopaedic Center settles into new facility
"For years, our Manchester patients have received fantastic care in offices that didn't match the quality of that care," said Therrin Allen, executive director. "Now, in our new office, they will enjoy a beautiful, relaxing setting with access to all the services they need."
"Patients with traumatic injuries experience very rapid changes in their lives and need to rely on their medical providers to help them recover," said Blaisdell. "I find it incredibly rewarding to help my patients recover from surgery and get back to their previous activity level as their fractures heal."
"We're excited because with Blaisdell we now have a service we didn't offer before," she said.
"It's all about quality, low-cost service and being able to get excellent care in your community, and it takes that layer out of going to a third-party provider," said Maselli. "We're lower cost than hospitals, and that's a big deal with high deductibles. We try to provide the best service for your dollar."
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