2023 Spring Appeal


It’s not unusual to hear a story of APD’s personalized, high-quality healthcare.

Robin Naida had been seeing different primary care providers in the Upper Valley, none of whom she felt addressed her elevated blood pressure — what the American Heart Association calls “the silent killer.”

Naida switched to APD and Dr. Bradley Sprenger. He prescribed a medication to address her symptoms, and an APD clinical support representative “worked hard to get it approved through my insurance.”

Annie MacKenzie was very sick for three weeks. She had been to a variety of providers who diagnosed her with various — and sometimes conflicting — things. Until she went to APD’s Emergency Department.

“From the moment I stepped through the door at APD, I was listened to and treated with respect,” she said. “Throughout my visit, I was checked on, informed of next steps, and treated with dignity. All my questions were answered and the team left no stone unturned.”


More and more grateful patients are sharing their stories and supporting Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital with donations of all sizes. Please consider making a gift to APD’s Annual Fund as an expression of your gratitude for the care you receive. Your gift can be directed to one of four designations: Capital, Workforce, Community and Patient Health, or the unrestricted APD Annual Fund.

Dorothy Byrne has once again offered a $25,000 challenge grant to the APD Annual Fund. Your generosity will be matched — and more patients will receive our highly personalized care.

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