Welcome to the VNA of Manchester and Southern New Hampshire
It is our sincere pleasure to be invited into your home and homes across Southern New Hampshire. Since its inception in 1897, the VNA has earned a proud reputation for helping over all of those years, and evolving to meet the current needs of our communities.
You will find our staff dedicated to partnering with you in your care. They come with a great deal of experience and expertise in caring for a wide range of needs in the home setting. Whether you are a new mom needing reassurance and a helping hand, recovering from surgery, needing education on how to live with a new diagnosis, needing rehabilitation from a new knee or hip, or needing hospice care, we can help.
Vice President Home and Community Services
Director, Home Care, Hospice and Personal Services
We provide speakers for various groups and organizations. The speakers who participate in this vital community program are highly trained, experienced Hospice volunteers and staff. Many speak from their own experiences, and all from their heart. Learn More
Board of Trustees
Since 1987, the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Manchester & Southern New Hampshire has been providing high quality, compassionate care to those in need. Throughout that time, VNA has been fortunate to have dedicated volunteers to serve on their Board of Trustees, providing direction and supporting our mission and purpose. From the early years when we were founded as ‘The District Nursing Association of Manchester, NH’, by the Women’s Auxiliary of the City Missionary Society of Manchester, the Board has charted the course for our long future.
Board of Trustees
Peter Cheung, MD, FACP
Lisa DiBrigida, MD
Rochelle Lindner, DMD
Anita Ritenour, MD
Foundation Board of Trustees
The Visiting Nurse Association of Southern NH Foundation is a non-profit, charitable 501 C3 organization created to provide financial support to the various programs of the Visiting Nurse Association of Manchester & Southern NH (also a non-profit charitable organization).
The Foundation is committed to building lifelong relationships with members of the community, active fundraising, and the management of funds received through gifts and bequests.
The Visiting Nurse Association of Southern NH Foundation raises money and accepts gifts for the sole benefit of supporting and advancing the VNA of Manchester & Southern NH’s Home Health, Hospice, and Community Service Programs.
Joseph DiBrigida, Esq.
Maria Holland Law