Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

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Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

Sr. Practice Manager, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Nashua

Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

I enjoy turning challenges into opportunities.

Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

Sr. Practice Manager, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Nashua

My first experience with Dartmouth-Hitchcock was during an externship in General Surgery in 1987. I loved the mission and culture here and knew this was the place for me. My work with the Patient Family Advisory Council allows me the opportunity to listen to the voice of our patients and work to improve their experiences here.

I am fortunate to be a part of such an amazing team, working alongside them to turn challenges into opportunities.

Chantel Couture

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Chantel Couture

Clinical Secretary, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Concord

Chantel Couture

Making a difference in our patients’ lives is most important.

Chantel Couture

Clinical Secretary, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Concord

Making a difference in our patients’ lives is the most important aspect of our job here in the Patient Service Center. I help make this possible with my dedication to stay positive and help every patient however I can.

I also enjoy training colleagues. I try to make a difference in their workday by offering helpful advice, a friendly smile and a positive outlook.

Chelsea Worthen, MBA

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Chelsea Worthen, MBA

Practice Manager, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Heater Road

Chelsea Worthen, MBA

My goal is to make everyone’s day easier.

Chelsea Worthen, MBA

Practice Manager, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Heater Road

I always put the patient at the center of what we do. When I’m handling a concern, I think to myself: ‘What if this was my family member? How would I want them to be cared for?’ This personalization helps me ensure that our workflows are truly patient-centered.

My goal is to make everyone’s day easier. As a practice manager, my job is to make sure we are operating efficiently, but that can’t happen if those doing the work don’t feel valued and appreciated.

It brings me joy to know I made someone’s day a little bit better. And of course, a smile and a simple ‘How are you?’ goes a long way.

Danyelle Nichols, LPN

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Danyelle Nichols, LPN

LPN Supervisor, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Concord

Danyelle Nichols

The spirit of nursing exists in the connections we make.

Danyelle Nichols, LPN

LPN Supervisor, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Concord

I was a patient at D-H for many years, and I always knew I wanted to work here when I finished nursing school. I believe that the spirit of nursing exists in the connections we make with people, not just in the tasks we perform for them.

Our department is like a family. It doesn’t matter if it’s your birthday, having a child, or someone is in a crisis, we are always here to show support for one another. I want my colleagues to know they have a voice, and that I respect them greatly for all they do.

Felicia Starr

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Felicia Starr

Clinical Receptionist, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Concord

I enjoy helping my coworkers take care of patients.

Felicia Starr

Clinical Receptionist, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Concord

“I came to Dartmouth-Hitchcock because I wanted to care for patients. I greet them with a friendly smile, hoping I can help ease any anxiety they may have prior to their appointment.

I work with my colleagues as a team, and I enjoy helping them take care of patients to ensure that patients leave satisfied with their care.”