Northeast Surgery Center
2299 Woodbury Ave., #5
Newington, NH 03801
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(603) 446-6278

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We provide compassionate medicine, with a focus on each individual patient. Schedule your appointment with one of our highly qualified physicians today.

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Welcome to Northeast Surgery Center!

Northeast Surgery Center is a freestanding, outpatient surgery center dedicated to a broad range of surgical procedures. Our surgeons specialize in orthopedics, pain management, ophthalmology and ENT, with capabilities and licensure in podiatry, plastic surgery and general surgery. We provide compassionate medicine, with a focus on each individual patient. Our experienced surgeons have dedicated themselves to caring for patients within the Seacoast area and surrounding communities. When you walk through the door, you’ll know you’re in good hands.

We welcome you to explore our site to get a feel for our facility, procedures and physicians — plus the latest information on your procedure. Read more here.

We Offer A Site of Service Benefit

What is the Site of Service Benefit? The Site of Service benefit, offered by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, makes it possible for patients to receive high-quality care and experience lower out-of-pocket expenses by choosing an approved Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) rather than a hospital for their surgical services. At an ASC, patients will pay a $75 co-pay, which is often significantly less than co-pays charged by the hospital for the same procedures. Because the overall cost of care at an ASC is less than the hospital, insurance premiums are often positively affected.

Latest News

What Does it Mean to be a Medicare Certified Surgery Center? 11/25/2014 : Many of these regulations were adapted from and similar to those governing hospitals and other trusted health care facilities.   
The Link between Chronic Pain and Depression 11/21/2014 : And now, thanks to a recent study, scientists are one step closer to understanding why. A team of Stanford neurologists found evidence that chronic pain may change brain circuitry, leading to decreased motivation.  
Replace Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes with Diabetic-Friendly Alternatives 11/18/2014 : Instead of just passing those heaping bowls of mashed potatoes and sage dressing without putting any on your plate, here are some diabetic-friendly substitutes for those traditional Thanksgiving treats.  
Year-End Insurance Tips for Sinus Surgery 11/14/2014 : But if your sinus infections keep recurring or they don’t respond well to standard treatments, it may be necessary to visit an ear, nose and throat doctor (ENT) to discuss endoscopic sinus surgery.