Our Clinical Support Staff
Anne Tucker, R.N., Nursing Director
Anne Tucker, R.N., BS received her nursing diploma from Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro, MA and her BS in Psychology and Sociology from New England College. Prior to joining Dover Women's Health, Anne worked for the Avis Goodwin Community Health Center managing the OB/GYN program. Anne has had over 25 years experience working in women's health. Anne has two grown children and five grandchildren. In her free time she loves rug hooking.
Michelle Hargrove, RMA, Clinical Coordinator
Michelle is a Registered Medical Assistant. She earned her Associate Degree in Medical Assisting at McIntosh College in 1996. Prior to her work at Dover Women' Health she worked at the Avis Goodwin Community Health Center for 5 years as a Medical Assistant, HIV and STD counselor. During that time she also served as the Medication Assistance Program Coordinator.
Claudia L. Lynch, RN, BSN, CLE
Claudia graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing. She is a certified Lifestyle Educator, Reiki/Multidimensional Transformational Healing Master/Teacher, and is trained for Hospice and Emotional Freedom Technique.She has volunteered as a Resource, Information and Guidance Coordinator for the American Cancer Society in the Seacoast area, and has a holistic nutrition focus in continuing education classes. Claudia has been a passionate advocate for improving nutrition in the schools for over 20 years, speaking before a NH Senate subcommittee on the subject.With over 35 years of experience in nursing, including hospital medical/surgical, private duty, school nursing and lifestyle/wellness coaching, Claudia has seen the benefits of integrating functional (western) and complementary (eastern) medicine practices. Balance between the two approaches is necessary if one is to be truly healthy; mind, body and spirit. Mindfulness is key as we listen to the messages our bodies send us throughout each day.Using First Line Therapy (FLT), Claudia strives to educate and empower patients by facilitating the awareness of balanced health through guided nutrition and mindfulness practices. She has lived in the Seacoast area with her husband and 2 children for 30 years.