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Orthopaedic Physician Assistant Joins NLH

NLH welcomes Jan Idzikowski, PA-C to the New                      due to an injury, it’s important they receive the
London Hospital Medical Group. Most recently a                    specialized care and personalized treatment needed
physician assistant for Vail-Summit Orthopaedics in               for that injury. It’s no different than working with an
Vail, CO, Jan brings with him more than 40 years                  elite athlete to help them get back in the game.”
evaluating a broad spectrum of orthopaedic issues.
                                                                  Prior to relocating to New Hampshire, Jan and his
Jan specializes in sports injuries and also has an                wife Doreen lived in Colorado for over 20 years
interest in treating musculoskeletal problems in                  where they raised their two children
performing artists, especially musicians. He has                  Sydney and Collin. “We really
treated both amateur and professional musicians                   look forward to getting to
and has helped care for members of the Philadelphia               know the New London
and New York Philharmonic orchestras.                             community and enjoying
                                                                  all of the great outdoor
“I am passionate about the performing arts and                    activities New Hampshire
working with artists who may be suffering from                    has to offer,” says Jan.
overuse syndromes or even non-performance related
injuries that are impacting their work,” says Jan.
“When a musician can’t play his or her instrument

Jan is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Physician Assistant
Program. He is member of the American Academy of Physician
Assistants and of the Performing Arts Medical Association. For more
information contact New London Hospital at 603-526-5172.

Mark Pitkin Elected to NLH Board of Trustees

                                At its August meeting, the NLH    working to raise charitable funds in support of the
                                Board of Trustees elected Mark    rebuilding of our Newport Health Center.
                                Pitkin to a three-year term as a
                                new Trustee. Pitkin is President  Says NLH Board Chair Susan Reeves, “Mark is a longtime
                                and CEO of Sugar River Bank,      friend of New London Hospital, already generous with
                                based in Newport, NH, where       his time and talent, who has provided us with both
                                he also resides.                  seasoned financial guidance and grassroots community
                                                                  connections. We are so pleased that he has agreed to
                                Pitkin was named the 2012         serve now in this expanded leadership role.”
                                Community Banker of the Year
by the New Hampshire Banker’s Association (NHBA)                  Pitkin fills a position vacated by longtime Trustee
and currently serves as Treasurer of the NHBA Board of            Chris Cundey. NLH CEO and President Bruce King says
Directors. In his community, he is Chairman of Housing            of Cundey, “Our communities have been well served
for the Elderly of Newport, Inc. and Vice President of the        these many years by Chris, who has devoted himself to
Economic Corporation of Newport. Pitkin received both             his work as Trustee. We are very fortunate that Chris
his BS in Business Administration and his MBA from the            will continue in a non-Trustee role on our Finance,
University of New Hampshire.                                      Human Resources, and Strategic Planning Committees,
                                                                  extending his valuable work in support of our mission
Since 2010, Pitkin has served on NLH’s Finance Committee          of providing strong community-based health care for
and is on the Capital Campaign Committee that is                  all in our region.”

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