Pamela Rosen, APRN, Joins Family Medicine at CMC/DHK

May 19, 2014
Keene, NH

Pamela Rosen, APRN

Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene (CMC/DHK) is pleased to welcome Pamela Rosen, APRN, to our Department of Family Medicine.  Prior to joining CMC/DHK, Rosen worked as a Registered Nurse at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Manchester, NH.  She has also worked as a Home Care Nurse for the Visiting Nurse Association of Manchester, NH and at Spaulding Youth Center in Tilton, NH. 

Pamela completed the Family Nurse Practitioner Program and received a Master of Science in Nursing degree at Rivier University School of Nursing in Nashua, New Hampshire. She brings with her ten years of nursing experience and has worked in a variety of specialties including internal medicine, pediatrics, behavioural health, and chronic care management.

At CMC/DHK, nurse practitioners work with primary care physicians and other members of the medical staff providing care in a team environment known as a medical home. A medical home empowers patients to be active participants in their health and well-being. The medical home team integrates all aspects of a person's preventive, acute, and chronic care, offering patients comfort, convenience, and optimal health throughout their lifetimes. CMC/DHK implemented a medical home model as a component of the healthiest community initiative, to help prevent and manage chronic conditions. It is one way CMC/DHK is working to make Cheshire County the healthiest community in the nation by 2020.

Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene is a nonprofit community hospital and clinic with a mission to lead our community to become the nation’s healthiest through our clinical and service excellence, collaboration, and compassion for every patient, every time. Founded by CMC/DHK, Healthy Monadnock 2020 is a community-wide health initiative designed to actively engage the citizens of Cheshire County in the process of becoming the nation’s healthiest community by 2020. To learn more, call 603-354-5400 or visit

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