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Ashley Lamb, MD, MPH


Dr. Ashley Lamb is a primary care Internist and Pediatrician in Epping, New Hampshire. Dr. Lamb is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and is welcoming new Pediatric patients.

"As an Internal Medicine and Pediatrics provider, I am a primary care doctor for both adults and kids. I love to take care of patients of all ages and I particularly enjoy working with families. I appreciate getting to know patients and their families while I work to help them make decisions about their own care. I also enjoy working with adolescents and young adults with chronic medical conditions as they learn how to take care of themselves and transition to the adult health care world.

I have interests in public health, particularly literacy efforts, vaccination programs and community resources for patients with special needs. In my free time I enjoy playing hockey, hiking, and spending time with my husband and two children."

Gender
Female
Education
  • Undergraduate: BS, Yale University, New Haven, CT
  • Graduate: MPH, University of North Carolina School of Public Health, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Graduate: MD, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
Internship
Harvard MGH Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program
Residency
Harvard MGH Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program
Board Certified
Internal Medicine, Pediatrics

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Location

Core Physicians
212 Calef Highway
Epping, NH 03042
Phone: 603-693-2100
Fax: 603-679-1046

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