Harbour Women’s Health, an award-winning private women’s healthcare practice, owned and operated by its female physician providers, has expanded into Rochester, New Hampshire and celebrated today with a ribbon cutting. They provide office-based and surgical care options at their new location. This expansion provides an opportunity to offer expanded specialized healthcare to more women on the Seacoast of Maine and New Hampshire
Harbour Women’s Health is locally owned by four female physicians: Emily Amarosa, MD, Saroj Fleming, MD, Heidi Keup, MD, and Caroline Scoones, MD. Through progressive and conventional medical care, Harbour Women’s Health provides unparalleled expertise in assisting women throughout each stage of life and provides high-quality, personalized healthcare. Harbour Women’s Health has been ranked Best of the Seacoast five years in a row and Best Maternity Hospital two years in a row.
According to a study by the American Medical Association (AMA), the number of private practices is declining in the U.S., with less than half of all patient care physicians working in private practice. In addition, the AMA found that only 34.3% of women held practice ownership positions. Harbour Women’s Health offers patients a unique opportunity to experience a locally-owned practice that is also 100 percent female owned and operated.
“Providing women of all ages access to individualized care is incredibly important to our team. This expansion offers greater convenience to our patients who currently travel to our Portsmouth office, but this new location also gives us the opportunity to serve new patients who we look to establish lifelong relationships with,” said Dr. Emily Amarosa, Chief of Division of Maternal-Child and Chair of the Department of OB/GYN.
Patients can visit harbourwomenshealth.com to learn more, make an appointment, access forms, and sign into the patient portal.
Pictured in the photo along with part owner Caroline Scoones, MD (cutting the ribbon) and Harbour Women’s Health staff, friends and family are Sharla Rollins, First Seacoast Bank; Dave Robart, Business Communications of Maine; Amy Brown, Yankee Electric & Co., LLC; Frisbie Memorial Hospital CEO Tim Jones; Harrison Thorp, the Rochester Voice, and Tanya Hervey, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce.