When it comes to matters of the heart, we take great pride in caring for you, educating you, and supporting you every step of the way. We didn’t earn our reputation as the region’s premier heart center based solely on our nationally recognized cardiac surgery program. At Portsmouth Regional Hospital, it’s all about total care, from prevention and early diagnosis to ongoing follow up and cardiac rehabilitation. At Portsmouth Regional Hospital, comprehensive cardiac care begins with an investment in community education and prevention, as well as ongoing follow up that keeps our patients and their families feeling supported and healthy. We’re proud to be recognized for our quality and outstanding outcomes – for performing at the highest levels in all aspects — from prevention and diagnosis through treatment and recovery. For patients who do need surgery, The Heart and Lung Center, is the largest and most comprehensive program in the region, with outcomes comparable and often more favorable than those at the best urban teaching hospitals. The cardiac surgery team, led by Dr. Donato Sisto, performs hundreds of open heart surgery procedures each year, and is pioneering remarkable innovations, such as life-saving valve surgery using minimally invasive access to the heart. These minimally invasive approaches benefit our patients by reducing risk, improving outcomes and shortening recovery time.
Ice fishing for smelt in New Hampshire and Maine
The smelt camps are open and the fishing has been fairly good. Like always, it can be a bit unpredictable due to the influence of tides, weather and moon phase. However, this fishing can be a lot of fun, especially for families. The camps are hauled out onto the ice and can be very comfortable even in the toughest weather. They provide heat, light and fishing equipment. The gear and bait are … Read more on Gloucester Daily Times
Hundreds join rally in Portsmouth for union solidarity
Some may see Wisconsin as ground zero in the fight over labor rights, but the rally cry in support of union workers was heard yesterday in New Hampshire. More than 500 electricians, firefighters, steel workers, teachers, nurses and others turned out in Market Square to show their solidarity with Wisconsin workers fighting for collective bargaining rights and to send a message to New Hampshire … Read more on New Hampshire Union Leader
Luxury home magazines getting face lifts
NEW YORK — Luxury home magazines that provide readers a peek inside some of the swankiest, most interesting abodes around the world are getting a freshening up — from new editors and publishers to new approaches to technology. Read more on Montgomery Advertiser
Four injured in Waterboro rollover
WATERBORO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) – The York County Sheriff’s department says alcohol, cell phones and driver inexperience played a roll in a rollover crash on Middle Road. Read more on WCSH 6 Portland
Verizon 4G Flaws Call for Industry Gut Check
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — As part of the aggressive rollout of its blazingly fast 4G LTE network, Verizon has quietly remade the software consumers must use to access this network. Called VZAccess Manager, the application, which is similar to what AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile offer, brokers the connection between a Web modem plugged into a laptop and the cell networks providing that modem entry to … Read more on TheStreet.com
The coast of Maine is one of my favorite places to visit. Take a trip in this video to various places on the coast of Maine and New Hampshire. I filmed most of this from York to Cape Porpoise. The lighthouses are Wood Island, Goat Island, Whaleback, Fort Constitution and the Cape Neddick Light Station. Cape Neddick is more commonly known as “Nubble Light.” Fort Constitution and Whaleback are actually in New Hampshire. Many of the shots are taken at York Beach. Check out the storm about 1/2 way through. And check out the various moods the ocean takes on different days. The music for this video is my own composition entitled “Soft Blanket.” I recorded it in my studio. Enjoy the trip.
Step into yesteryear when you enter this 1880s turreted Victorian in coveted Kittery Point, within walking distance to Seapoint Beach and Chauncey Creek. Complete with such original features as an exquisite period mantle, pocket doors and mitered hardwood floors, the home invites its new owners to return it to its original splendor. A legal apartment at the back of the house can be rented, or incorporated into the main living space. For more information on this property go to: anneerwin.com Visit www.anneerwin.com to view the best selection of Southern Maine coastal real estate. Video Rating: 0 / 5