LITTLETON, NH-Littleton Regional Healthcare is pleased to announce Tracia O’Shana, MSN, APRN has joined The Doorway at LRH, LRH’s substance misuse, counseling, and recovery center. Tracia will serve patients of The Doorway at LRH through screening, evaluation, and treatment for substance use disorders.
Tracia comes to LRH following nearly 20 years at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, serving patients in areas such as surgical services, gastroenterology and hepatology, and oncology. Tracia has also dedicated over 20 years educating the next generation of healthcare professionals as a professor at colleges and universities throughout New Hampshire. Tracia’s vast medical background combined with her caring nature proves she will be a great addition to the team of devoted and compassionate professionals serving the patients of The Doorway.
Tracia O’Shana, MSN, APRN of The Doorway at LRH
The Doorway program is a statewide initiative to address the growing opioid crisis. The Doorway at LRH serves as a hub for New Hampshire’s North Country, providing a single point of entry for those seeking help for substance abuse. Whether it’s treatment, support, or resources that are needed, The Doorway at LRH ensures help is always less than an hour away. Services at The Doorway at LRH include screening and evaluation, treatment, including medication-assisted treatment, prevention, support and services to assist in long-term recovery, and peer recovery support services.
Robert Nutter, President and Chief Executive Officer of Littleton Regional Healthcare, noted, “We are very happy to have Tracia join The Doorway. It is extremely important to offer these services to the greater Littleton area and Tracia’s experience and knowledge will be assets to the program.”
To learn more about The Doorway at LRH, call (603) 259-1659 or visit The Doorway at LRH.