Armistead NH Relocating to Alice Peck Day
Posted on: 2016 11 28
Armistead Senior Care Relocating to the Alice Peck Day (APD) Memorial Hospital Homestead Building
Armistead Senior Care will relocate its Lebanon, NH office to the campus of Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital on December 1, 2016. Armistead will occupy the first floor of the Homestead Building at 127 Mascoma Street, joining APD’s gastroenterology, general surgery, occupational health, pain clinic, podiatry, plastic surgery, and urology clinics on the second and third floors. The Homestead Building was the home of Mrs. Alice Peck Day, who bequeathed it to found the original Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in 1927. Since 1932, the Homestead Building (shown here) has continued to serve patients and the community in various capacities. “At Armistead Senior Care, we are pleased and excited to be part of the continuum of care that APD provides,” said Annmarie Plant, RN, BA, CCM, CDP and President of Armistead Senior Care. “We look forward to continue assisting seniors in the Upper Valley by offering care and services in their homes from this new office in Lebanon,” she added. “We are pleased to welcome Armistead to our campus,” said Todd Miller, VP and COO at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. “Their presence on our campus, along with the current construction of the Multi-Specialty Clinic, is positioning us to better serve the needs of our community, our patients, and residents of APD Lifecare,” he added.
About Armistead Senior Care
Armistead Senior Care is a locally owned full service company providing care to those aging in Vermont and New Hampshire since 1999. Armistead provides personal care, meal preparation, errands, transportation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, dementia care and more to allow seniors to remain at home. Armistead is committed to respecting the integrity, wisdom, and uniqueness of each and every client, offering peace of mind for them and their families.
About Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital
Since 1932, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital (APD) has been the community hospital of the Upper Valley, delivering high-quality health care in a friendly environment where patients come first. Today, APD has more than 95,000 patient encounters from communities throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. Long-known for providing highly personalized care, APD also offers a wide range of specialized services which include orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery, pain management, primary and family care, senior care, and women’s care. Through APD’s affiliation with Dartmouth-Hitchcock in 2016, we affirm our commitment to creating a sustainable health system to improve the lives of the people and communities we serve for generations to come.