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New Hampshire Public Health Association Welcomes Bryan L’Heureux, MPH to 2021-2022 NHPHA Board of Directors

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The New Hampshire Public Health Association (NHPHA) is pleased to announce that it has welcomed Bryan L’Heureux, Community Health Partnership Coordinator, Sr with the Population Health team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock to its Board of Directors for a three year term.   

In his current role, Mr. L’Heureux oversees the development, infrastructure, training, and evaluation of the Community Health Worker program across the health system. Mr. L’Heureux also provides supervision of the D-H recovery coach program, assists with the design and implementation of two initiatives aimed at identifying and addressing food insecurity in the primary care setting, and has recently helped to manage the COVID-19 vaccination response in coordination with the state of New Hampshire.  His interest in this work derives from his passion to improve the health and wellbeing of communities across New Hampshire and Vermont.

Mr. L’Heureux has worked at Dartmouth-Hitchcock as a public health professional who focuses on increasing access to care and community resources for underserved populations for over six years. Prior to joining the team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Mr. L’Heureux studied at the University of New England earning his BS in medical biology with a minor in philosophy, followed by his MPH. 

About NHPHA

NHPHA is a statewide membership organization composed of professionals and others who have an interest in public health. For over 25 years, it has brought together members who share a common goal of making sure that all New Hampshire citizens live, learn, work, and play in safe and healthy environments. For more information, visit nhpha.org or call 603-228-2983.