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October 28th, 2015

NH HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION HONORS ANNE HOLMES OF NEW LONDON HOSPITAL FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE IN HEALTHCARE

The New Hampshire Hospital Association (NHHA) recently honored Anne Holmes, immediate past chair of the board of trustees at New London Hospital, with the Outstanding Trustee of the Year Award during the Association's Annual Meeting at the Omni Mount Washington Resort.

Holmes was recognized for her exemplary performance in hospital governance and specific achievements in service to the hospital, including her leadership during at a time of unprecedented change in healthcare and increased financial pressures on all hospitals.

"As Board Chair, Anne faced particular challenges and opportunities, including a formal affiliation with an academic medical center, a financial downturn and subsequent recovery, and the development of a $9M rural health center scheduled to break ground this fall," stated NHHA President Steve Ahnen. "And she did so with a commitment to the pursuit of excellence for her hospital."

A dedicated, smart, and generous community volunteer who has contributed countless time, in addition to her talent and treasure, to New London Hospital over the past decade-plus, New London Hospital considers themselves forever grateful for her service.

"It has been my privilege to work so closely with Anne, especially these past two years. Her leadership has been invaluable, and together we have worked to address challenges in the rapidly changing present, while at the same time preparing intelligently for the years ahead, to help assure a strong community hospital far into the future," said Bruce King, President & CEO at New London Hospital.

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