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Introducing Saturday Hours for Adults at Laconia Clinic


Laconia Clinic Internal Medicine, a department of Lakes Region General Hospital, is pleased to now offer Saturday morning appointments for adult patients. Physicals, routine care, sick visits and follow up visits may now be scheduled for Saturdays. Laboratory, x-ray and pharmacy services are also available during the new Saturday office hours.

There are two major benefits for the patients associated with the new Saturday morning hours.

First for patients who are not feeling well, they can call for a Saturday sick visit appointment. Patients can avoid long emergency room waits and save money with lower office copays.

Second, patients now have expanded access for well care visits. Patients that find it difficult to make doctor’s appointments for physicals and follow up visits during the traditional Monday – Friday “work” week can schedule visits on Saturday mornings and benefit from the convenience of expanded hours. The Laconia Clinic Internal Medicine Physicians include:

  • Alfred Aung, MD
  • Michael Dipre, MD
  • Roger Gutner, MD
  • Adora Maharaj, MD
  • Valentin Milchev, MD
  • Lawrence Rush, MD
  • Ashley Warner, MD

And welcoming back to the Lakes Region and to the Laconia Clinic, Maireni Cruz, MD!

We are a dynamic and diverse team dedicated to providing safe, quality and compassionate care, serving our community and supporting LRGHealthcare’s mission. And by now offering Saturday morning appointments for adults, we are doing just that,” stated Andrew Patterson, Executive Director of the Laconia Clinic and Senior Vice President of Provider Relations and Contracting for LRGHealthcare.

Accepting new patients and established patients, please call 524-5151 to make an appointment.

LRGHealthcare is a not-for-profit healthcare charitable trust representing Lakes Region General Hospital, Franklin Regional Hospital, and affiliated medical providers. LRGHealthcare’s mission is to provide quality, compassionate care and to strengthen the well-being of our community.

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