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LRH Board Appoints New President

January 4, 2017

Littleton, NH - The Littleton Regional Healthcare Board of Trustees has appointed Robert F. Nutter as the new President at LRH. Mr. Nutter comes to LRH with more than 17 years in health care administration. He received his BS in Business Administration and Management at University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine. He attended New Hampshire College Graduate School of Business in Manchester, NH. He later received his CHE Executive Health Leadership certification from Seton Hall, South Orange, NJ.

Mr. Robert F. Nutter, President at Littleton Regional Healthcare
Mr. Robert F. Nutter, President at Littleton Regional Healthcare

Mr. Nutter joins LRH after serving as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at one of the largest health systems in Maine, Mercy Health System in Portland, Maine. His tenure at Mercy Health System included holding the VP of Human Resources, VP of Clinical and Support Service and Chief Human Resource Officer. Prior to joining Mercy, Mr. Nutter served as an executive with Marriott and a subsidiary of Nike, Inc.

Bill Bedor, Board Chair of LRH states, "I am very pleased Bob will be joining LRH. Mr. Nutter has an outstanding background in healthcare management, and we are confident that he has the experience and leadership style that will work best at LRH given our culture and values."

Mr. Nutter is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, American Society of Healthcare Engineers, Society of Human Resource Management, and American Society of Human Resource Management. He is actively involved in the Portland Chamber, Little League, Soccer Clubs, and serves on the board of Synernet, Inc., a hospital owned outsourced provider of services.

Mr. Nutter states, "I look forward to working with the LRH Board of Trustees, medical staff, administration and the entire staff to keep moving LRH in a positive direction during the affiliation with three other hospitals in northern New Hampshire. This is an exciting time for all four hospitals, and I am pleased to have been chosen to be part of this process. My family and I also look forward to relocating to the Littleton area and plan to be active in the communities served by LRH."

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