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SOMERSWORTH – Family Nurse Practitioner Kelly Moore, APRN, NP-C, has joined Greater Seacoast Community Health. She will see children and adults at both Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth and Families First Health & Support Center in Portsmouth.

Before earning her Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of New Hampshire last spring, Moore worked for eight years as a registered nurse. Most of that time was spent in cardiac care at Portsmouth Regional Hospital and at Elliot Hospital in Manchester.

While studying for her nurse-practitioner degree, Moore did a five-month internship at Goodwin Community Health, working under Family Nurse Practitioner Paige Wilder, APRN NP-C.

Moore says she chose to work in a family practice because of her interest in preventive health and health promotion and in “looking at the patient as a whole across the lifespan.” She adds that she is happy to be working at Goodwin and Families First because “a community health center is not just primary care; patients can also get other services like dental and behavioral health care.”

Moore is board-certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

To become a patient of Kelly Moore, call (603) 749-2346 for Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth; call 603-422-8208 (press 3) for Families First in Portsmouth; or visit the Become a Patient section at GoodwinCH.org or FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org.

Greater Seacoast Community Health is a network of community health centers providing primary care, pediatrics, dental care, prenatal care, behavioral health counseling, substance use disorder treatment, mobile health services, WIC, social work services, a pharmacy, parenting classes, playgroups and home visiting. The network includes Families First Health & Support Center in Portsmouth, Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth, and Lilac City Pediatrics in Rochester. The Strafford County Public Health Network and SOS Recovery Community Organization are also affiliated with Greater Seacoast. Services are open to everyone and aim to be respectful, recovery-friendly, LGBTQ-affirming and trauma-informed. For more information, visit GetCommunityHealth.org.

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