Former Claremont City Councilor and Legislator Says Medicaid Expansion Improved His Health


Michael Tetu, is a hard-working self-employed carpenter, who has never been to afford health insurance. The former Claremont
City Councilor and State Legislator, was in good health until his mid-fifties when several serious medical problems threatened his life and his finances. Overwhelmed at the cost of his care and the fear of losing his home, Tetu prepared to forego his medical care, but his doctors convinced him to continue his treatmen

Valley Regional Hospital and Catholic Medical Center staff helped him explore his healthcare options and find solutions to covering his treatment costs which led to his enrollment in the newly launched New Hampshire Health Protection Plan, also known as Medicaid expansion.

For Michael's full story, click HERE.

For NHHA's press release on this story, click HERE.