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Frequently Asked Questions about Dana-Farber/New Hampshire Oncology-Hematology

  • How do I transfer my care to the DF/NHOH unit in Londonderry?

    To discuss transferring your care, contact our New Patient Coordinator at 603-552-9100. You will be asked to give some preliminary information over the phone. The New Patient Coordinator will then walk you through the process of obtaining your records and sending them to our office, and will schedule your first appointment.

    What services are available and who provides them?

    As a Dana-Farber patient, you have access to Dana-Farber's medical oncology services, clinical trials, genetic screening and counseling, social work, nutrition, a resource room, and a survivorship program. Lab, imaging, urgent care, and other services are provided within the same building by Elliot Health System (see the Services section on this page).

    Is my insurance accepted?

    Dana-Farber/New Hampshire Oncology-Hematology accepts all major insurances. Please contact our Financial Counselor at 603-552-9106 to discuss any questions you may have about insurance coverage.

    Where will I receive in-patient care, if needed?

    If you need to be admitted for in-patient care, you may select the hospital of your choice. In addition to local options, you will have access to Dana-Farber's in-patient services in Boston. You, in consultation with your physician, can make the choice that best suits your needs.

    How can I contact DF/NHOH?

    Please call us at 603-552-9100.

    When did the unit open? Where is it located?

    Dana-Farber/New Hampshire Oncology-Hematology opened December 8, 2008. The unit is located on the Elliot Medical Center's Londonderry campus at 40 Buttrick Rd, Londonderry, NH.

    Who are the physicians who see patients in the DF/NHOH unit in Londonderry?

    Fred Briccetti, MD

    Dr. Briccetti completed his internship and residency at The New York Hospital, and a Fellowship in hematology and oncology at The New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center.

    Meredith J. Selleck, MD

    Dr. Selleck earned her medical degree at New York Medical College. She completed her fellowship training, internship, and residency at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.

    Jeanna Walsh, MD, Medical Director

    Dr. Walsh is the Medical Director at DF/NHOH and is a graduate of the State University of New York at the Upstate Medical University. She completed a fellowship in hematology and oncology and her residency in internal medicine at the University of Rochester.

    I currently see a physician from NHOH. What are my options for continuing to see the same physician?

    NHOH physicians Dr. Fred Briccetti, Dr. Meredith Selleck, and Dr. Jeanna Walsh from NHOH practices joined the Dana-Farber medical staff and provide services in Londonderry.

    They will work with the other members of your care team - surgeons, radiation oncologists, and primary care physicians - to ensure other aspects of your care are unaffected.

    While providing care in Londonderry, they will also continue to see patients at their practices in the Southern and Central New Hampshire region, including Concord, Hooksett, Laconia, and Exeter. A list of each physician's practice locations can be provided upon request.

    When I see one of the four physicians listed above at a NHOH location, am I still a Dana-Farber patient?

    No. When you are seen at the Dana-Farber unit in Londonderry (or at any other Dana-Farber facility), you are a Dana-Farber patient. If you see these physicians (or any other NHOH physician) at one of NHOH's independent practice locations, you would be an NHOH patient. Similarly, if you were to be admitted to a hospital and receive in-patient physician care from one of the NHOH physicians, you would be an NHOH patient at that time (as well as a patient of the particular hospital).