Innovative Medical and Therapy Team
You and your family member have access to highly skilled and experienced staff at Crotched Mountain Specialty Hospital. Our expert interdisciplinary treatment team comprises the full range of caring, highly skilled physicians, nurses, therapists, psychologists and other rehabilitation specialists needed to optimize our patients’ wellbeing.
The qualifications they’ve earned in their fields of specialization for treating patients with brain injury are second to none.
- Board Certified Physiatrist
- Certified Brain Injury Specialists
- Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurses
- Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurses
- Credentialed in Medical-Surgical Nursing
- Certified Wound Care Specialists
- Certified Clinical Audiologists
- Certified Speech-Language Pathologists
- Certified Respiratory Therapists
- Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialists
Meet our medical and therapeutic team
Partnerships with Major Hospitals
Crotched Mountain Specialty Hospital has established close working relationships with acute and tertiary care hospitals throughout New England. We work closely with them to produce the best medical care and outcomes for our patients.
Innovation and Creativity
A hallmark of care at the Specialty Hospital is our ability to combine best practices in rehabilitation with creativity and innovation to maximize healing. Our medical and therapeutic staff members are adept at observing and listening to our patients’ needs, wants and aspirations. They take the time to build strong, trusting relationships and to uncover the motivating factors hidden within each with person.
Where one patient may be inspired by the arts, another may be enthusiastic about sports. Yet another may be motivated by connecting with friends and family online. Our therapeutic and medical staff members develop individualized approaches that tap into favorite activities and inspire patients to reach a little further or take that extra step.
Our comprehensive program includes multiple therapies and activities that reinforce skills gained throughout their recovery process. Outdoor enthusiasts may ski, hike, paddle or take yoga classes through our Therapeutic Recreation Program. Art and music lovers may write poetry, paint, sing and play musical instruments during therapy sessions and through our Healing Arts Program.
To refer a patient, please contact:
Ann Wright, BSN RNC
Nurse Referral Coordinator
603.547.3311, ext. 2010