Littleton Regional Healthcare (LRH) is pleased to announce Dr. Sarah Reynolds will be joining North Country Primary Care – Pediatrics in early August. She will be available to accept new patients starting mid-August.
In conjunction with the rest of the North Country Primary Care – Pediatrics team, Dr. Reynolds will provide care for newborns through adolescents, including well-child exams, preventative care, behavioral and mental health support, immunizations, management of chronic conditions, and diagnosis and treatment of acute infections, injuries, and diseases.
Dr. Reynolds’ passion is partnering with patients and families in their health. She enjoys working with children of all ages and at all stages. Dr. Reynolds has a special interest in working with children with developmental differences and teens with mental health concerns. She looks forward to having the honor of helping children in the region lead happy, healthy lives.
Dr. Reynolds graduated from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst with her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in Biomedicine. She then pursued her Doctorate of Medicine from West Virginia University School of Medicine, graduating in 2019. Her post-doctoral training includes completing the Maine Medical Center Pediatrics Residency Program.
Most recently, Dr. Reynolds participated in the PICU transport service for Maine Medical Center, working with a team to stabilize critically ill children before and during transport to and from Maine Medical Center.
“Dr. Reynolds will be a wonderful addition to Pediatrics at LRH,” noted Robert Nutter, President and Chief Executive Officer of Littleton Regional Healthcare. “There is a growing demand for pediatric care in our area,” added Nutter. “Dr. Reynolds will allow us to continue providing high-quality care to our youngest patient population while meeting the healthcare needs of the region we serve.”
Outside of work, Dr. Reynolds enjoys outdoor adventuring, crafting, and culinary endeavors, and has a special interest in global learning. She is also passionate about volunteering and advocacy work in her spare time.