Sarah Maroon, APRN, Joins Littleton Regional Healthcare’s North Country Primary Care

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Littleton Regional Healthcare is pleased to announce that Sarah Maroon, APRN, FNP-C, AANP, has joined the team of providers at North Country Primary Care, Littleton Regional Healthcare’s designated Rural Health Clinic. Sarah provides wellness exams and management of acute and chronic conditions in patients ages 14 years and older.

Sarah Maroon, APRN, FNP-C, AANP
Sarah Maroon, APRN, Joins Littleton Regional Healthcare’s North Country Primary Care

Sarah began her career in a Rural Health Clinic in Washington in 2002, following graduation from nursing school. After a year in Washington, she returned to her home state of Massachusetts, then ultimately moved to the North Country of New Hampshire in 2011. Sarah joined LRH then and has served as a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit while floating to other patient areas at LRH as needed, such as the Medical Surgical Unit, Emergency Department, Post-Anesthesia Care Unit, Same-Day Surgery, and Endoscopy. Sarah’s versatility as a clinician has allowed her to care for various pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients with chronic and acute conditions and post-operative patients.

Sarah earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Boston College’s Connell School of Nursing in 2002. Later in her career, she pursued her Master of Science in Nursing with a focus on Leadership in Health Systems Management, graduating from Rivier University in the spring of 2020. Most recently, Sarah again attended Rivier University, enrolling in their Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program and becoming an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse earlier this year. Clinical rotations during her education included Pediatrics, Women’s Health, and Family Medicine, all of which Sarah completed at LRH with its providers.

Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband and their 8-year-old daughter. She is an avid outdoors person, enjoying skiing in the winter months and boating when the Northern New England weather allows for it.

Robert Nutter, President and Chief Executive Officer of Littleton Regional Healthcare, noted, “Ms. Maroon is an important member of the LRH community, and we are thrilled to welcome her into this new role. Her dedication and patient-centered approach to care allow us to continue providing the highest quality care to the communities we serve.”

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