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Families First welcomes new primary care provider

Portsmouth – Family Nurse Practitioner Tara Moore, FNP-BC, MSN, recently became a primary-care provider at Families First, the community health center in Portsmouth. She will see both adults and children at Families First.

Moore has been a nurse practitioner since 2018, after working as a nurse since the early 1990s. Her background includes extensive experience in medical cardiology and advanced heart disease and with patients that have co-existing complex chronic illness. Recently, she also worked in an acute inpatient rehabilitation setting, conducting health risk assessments and teaching nursing part time. She has travelled to Haiti and Guatemala to work with underserved populations. Her interests include patient- and family-centered care, population health, global disparities and humanitarian work, goals toward improvement in health outcomes and quality of life, and chronic disease prevention and management.

Moore earned her family nurse practitioner degree from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She also has an adult gerontology clinical nurse specialist graduate degree and is pursuing a PhD that focuses on resilience in chronic illness and low-resourced communities.

For information about becoming a patient of Tara Moore, call Families First at (603) 422-8208, or visit the Become a Patient section at FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org. Telehealth as well as in-person visits are available, depending on the patient’s needs.

 

About Families First:
Families First is part of Greater Seacoast Community Health, a network of community health centers providing primary care, pediatrics, dental care, prenatal care, behavioral health counseling, substance use disorder treatment, mobile health services, WIC, social work services, a pharmacy, parenting classes, playgroups and home visiting. The network also includes Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth, Lilac City Pediatrics in Rochester, the Strafford County Public Health Network and SOS Recovery Community Organization. Services are open to everyone and aim to be respectful, recovery-friendly, LGBTQ-affirming and trauma-informed. For more information, visit GetCommunityHealth.org.

Posted on: March 23, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

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