Denise Normandin, RD
Denise was educated at Plymouth State University, obtaining her Master of Arts in Personal and Organizational Wellness, following her completion of her BS in Human Nutrition and Dietetics from Colorado State University.
Denise is committed to building stronger, healthier individuals and provides medical nutrition therapy. Patients working with Denise can expect to receive a holistic approach to nutrition counseling. This includes discussing current diet, exercise habits, sleep patterns, work/life balance, and more to develop a plan that is achievable.
David Fagan, MD
David Fagan is the Medical Director of Mid-State Health Center with 29 years of experience practicing Internal Medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Vermont Medical Center. He was in private practice for 18 years in a Rural Health Clinic and served as President of Cottage Hospital. Dr. Fagan has been a staff physician at Mid-State Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center, since 2010. In March 2020, he led the clinic’s Covid Response Task Force and was appointed Medical Director in May 2020. In his free time, Dr. Fagan is an avid long-distance runner and enjoys hiking, skiing, and kayaking.
Leah Baron, MS
Exercise Specialist Leah has a master’s degree in exercise physiology and is available to give members the guidance, attention, and supervision they need during exercise. RehabFit is a medical fitness center for people of all ages and abilities with special attention to members with medical conditions and diseases. We train a wide range of levels from athlete and weekend warrior to beginner exercisers with goals of combating the aging process, increasing strength, increasing muscle mass, losing weight and improving overall health and wellness.
Lee Webster is a writer, researcher, editor, and national public speaker on funeral reform. She has served in leadership positions of many educational nonprofits, including the National Home Funeral Alliance, the Green Burial Council, the Conservation Burial Alliance, the National End-of-Life Doula Alliance, and the NHPCO End of Life Doula Council, and she is Director of New Hampshire Funeral Resources, Education & Advocacy. She began working with hospice in 1985 and has served in various capacities since, including as a bereavement and family support volunteer, spiritual care coordinator, and most recently developing the role of volunteer funeral educator for families seeking alternative and standard options.