N.H. Hospital a privilege to work for

Published: 1/27/2020 11:54:40 AM
Modified: 1/27/2020 11:54:24 AM
N.H. Hospital a privilege to work for

It has been an honor and a privilege to work at New Hampshire Hospital for close to 30 years, most recently as the hospital’s Chief Medical Officer. The retirement gathering organized for me was overwhelming, and I couldn’t begin to thank everyone who took the time out of their busy schedule to come, as well as those who couldn’t make it.

Many changes over the years occurred in the psychiatric treatment provided to our mentally ill New Hampshire citizens, but one thing has not: the outstanding, compassionate care delivered consistently to patients at New Hampshire Hospital. All disciplines work extremely hard to address patient’s needs effectively, efficiently, and based on evidence-based practices, treating patients with dignity and respect. I have seen this constantly done by New Hampshire Hospital staff, in an environment that can at times be extremely challenging.

I have been fortunate to work with many individuals and groups, in many venues, all in the spirit of making sure our patients get the best care – something they need and deserve. This work must continue.

I would like to thank all the New Hampshire Hospital staff, and everyone else I collaborated with over the years, for allowing me to be part of this incredible journey.

Alexander de Nesnera, M.D.,


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