Amoskeag Health


2022 Goals:

Amoskeag Health provides high-quality primary care, integrated behavioral health, specialty and support services to over 14,000 patients, speaking 62 different languages, in the Greater Manchester area regardless of insurance status. Our goal is to provide exceptional care, increase positive health outcomes and lower costs through utilizing innovative care models and strong community partnerships. Our recent commitments include providing COVID-19 education and vaccines and expanding our medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and behavioral health services to meet growing demand.

We aspire to ensure our services evolve with community needs through programs like case management, interpretation, optometry, podiatry, nutrition, transportation, emergency food/diapers, WIC, Medicaid and health insurance marketplace enrollment.


Fundraising Events:

Amoskeag Health hosts the Morning Matters Breakfast. For the past 14 years, this event has brought together leaders from local businesses, government and the community to support uncompensated healthcare for over 5,200 underserved children in Greater Manchester. Approximately 78% of Amoskeag Health patients live below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. In 2022, provided the pandemic allows us to safely socialize together, Amoskeag Health will introduce a new annual event in the fall. For additional information about Morning Matters or to learn more about other events we are planning, please visit our website at or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Giving Opportunities:

Amoskeag Health relies on donations, sponsorships and in-kind giving from individuals, corporations and foundations in order to provide every patient with access to healthcare, behavior health counseling, basic needs assistance and social services. Donations can be made securely online at Additional ways to give include making a gift in honor or memory of a loved one or establishing a legacy gift set up through your estate planning.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers at Amoskeag Health contribute to the success of our support programs. Board leadership or committee work are rewarding volunteer endeavors and much needed. Please complete a form on our website under Apply for our Board. Annual fundraising events in the spring and fall require volunteer energy, ideas and creativity to be fun and successful. Programs like Thanksgiving baskets and family literacy are engaging and rewarding volunteer opportunities. Volunteer efforts help make our community great!


Board Officers / Board Members

Kathleen Davidson
Pastori Krans, PLLC

Christian Scott
Vice Chair
Keller Williams

David Crespo
Primerica Financial Services

Richard Elwell
Sprouts International

Jill Bille
Granite State Independent Living

Angella Chen-Shadeed
Partially Retired Caregiver

Obhed Giri
The Moore Center

Madhab Gurung
Siddharth Services, Inc.

David Hildenbrand
Catholic Charities NH

Thomas Lavoie
Optisure Risk Partners

Debra (Debbie) Manning
Cumberland Consulting Group

Dawn McKinney
New Hampshire Legal Assistance

Rusty Mosca
Nathan Wechsler & Company

Gail Tudor, Ph.D.
Southern New Hampshire University

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