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March 19, 2013

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Anna Jaques Hospital welcomes Elizabeth Mahoney Davis, MD, FACS, FAAOA, otolaryngologist, who has joined Colden & Seymour Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy. Davis joins board-certified specialists Daryl Colden, MD, FACS, and Peter Seymour, MD. She is board-certified and fellowship-trained, specializing in pediatric ear, nose and throat disorders, as well as sinus and allergic diseases.

Most recently, she was an assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at Boston University and an attending physician at Boston University Medical Center.

Located in the Newburyport Medical Center, Colden & Seymour Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy was founded in 2003 and its physicians and audiologists collectively have more than 30 years of experience. The practice has locations in Newburyport, Haverhill and North Andover.

Davis received her medical degree from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine. She completed her residency training in otolaryngology at Boston Medical Center. She has received numerous honors and awards, including the Boston Medical Center Department of Otolaryngology Jalisi Resident Teaching Award and the Boston Medical Center Outstanding Surgical Critical Care Resident Award.

Davis is now seeing patients in the Newburyport office. Appointments can be made by calling 978-997-1550. For additional information, visit www.ColdenSeymourENT.com or email info@ColdenSeymourENT.com.

Haverhill Bank receives first approval for N.H. branch

Haverhill Bank will join CVS and other stores in a planned 22,000-square-foot retail plaza along Route 97 at the Methuen and Salem, N.H., border.

The Salem Planning Board gave conditional approval last week to the plaza at 389-396 Main St. and 5 Hampstead Road, Salem, N.H. The development on the site of the Green Barn restaurant is part of a plan by Thur Ken II of Salem, N.H. The traditional, New England-style building features wood-frame construction, brick finishes, clapboard siding and decorative fabric awnings. Haverhill Bank plans two drive-up teller lanes and a drive-up ATM lane. The bank branch, Haverhill Bank’s first in N.H., will have six to eight employees.

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