Business news for Oct. 30, 2017

Sunday, October 29, 2017

LRGHealthcare is one of the 10 hospitals selected to participate in the Reducing Adverse Drug events Related to Opioids program sponsored by the Society for Hospital Medicine.

Lake Sunapee Region VNA and Hospice was one of the six local organizations selected to receive a donation from the Sunapee Region Board of Realtors.

Girls Inc. received the N.H. Advantage award from the Business and Industry Association of N.H. at its 104th annual dinner.

Sulloway and Hollis had six attorneys in its Concord office recognized by Super Lawyers. Peter Imse, Edward Kaplan, Michael Lehman and Peter Meyer were included in 2017 New England Super Lawyers. Beth Catenza and Matthew Snyder were included in 2017 New England Rising Stars.

Gallagher, Callahan, and Gartrell had seven attorneys in its Concord office recognized by Super Lawyers. Charles Bauer, Matthew Cairns, Dodd Griffith, and Ari Pollack were included in 2017 New England Super Lawyers. Matthew Burrows, Robert Dietel and Caroline Leonard were included on 2017 New England Rising Stars

Douglas, Leonard & Garvey had two attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers. C. Kevin Leonard and Benjamin King were included in 2017 New England Super Lawyers

Granite State College hired seven full-time faculty members: Krista Olsen, program director of management graduate studies; Emlee Kohler, director of undergraduate behavioral sciences and human services; Paul Antonellis, director of undergraduate business programs; Courtney Rice, director of undergraduate health and wellness programs; Liz Gauffreau, faulty director for liberal arts programs; Teresa Knight, director of the R.N. to B.S.N. program; and Amy Thompson, lecturer for the R.N. to B.S.N. program.