EXETER HOSPITAL & CORE PHYSICIANS: MAKING A DIFFERENCE

The brand new state-of-the-art indoor facility in Epping is getting lots of attention and rightfully so. The almost 55,000 sq. ft. indoor facility is adjacent to the Epping Outdoor Complex which boasts four turfed fields. The arena includes 33,750 sq ft of field space for multi-use sports as well as bathrooms, locker rooms, a restaurant & café, strength & conditioning facility, offices and more. The strength & conditioning facility is operated by Exeter Hospital’s Athletic Performance Center and is similar to the satellite location at the Seacoast United Indoor Arena in Hampton.

Exeter Hospital/Core Physicians and Seacoast United have enjoyed a multifaceted relationship over the years and they have fast become one of the Club’s most prominent partners. All of the buzz surrounding the partnership this week has to do with the newly installed artwork inside the Epping facility. The entire front wall is adorned with Seacoast United athletes participating in soccer, baseball, softball, field hockey and lacrosse. Almost all of the athletes can be seen wearing uniforms emblazoned with both CORE and Exeter Hospital.

“Exeter Hospital has played such an important role in our growth over the years so it is only fitting that we came up with something that pays homage to that support," commented Seacoast United President Paul Willis about the brand new signage.  "You can look at every single one of those athletes and know that Exeter Hospital and CORE have had an impact. It really looks the part and I am sure everyone that walks into the facility will be well impressed.” 

Exeter Hospital’s Debra Vasapolli commented on the partnership, “The sports medicine team of Exeter Hospital and Core Physicians, as well as Exeter Hospital’s Athletic Performance Center are pleased to work with such a solid community partner as Seacoast United Sports Club. We share collective goals of advancing the health of our communities while providing access to healthy sports activities for all ages.”

For more information on Exeter Hospital please visit www.exeterhospital.com. If you would like to learn more about the strength and conditioning classes running out of both Epping and Hampton please visit http://www.corephysicians.org.