Published Feb 21, 2017
CONCORD — Nancy Litton grew up walking the halls of hospitals, and knows firsthand how important healthcare can be. Before she was born, her sister, Lynn, was diagnosed with Hypoparathyroidism, which causes decreased blood levels of calcium and other issues.
As a result, her sister was constantly in the hospital and Litton was often with her. Watching healthcare professionals constantly working with her sister eventually pushed Litton to be involved in the healthcare industry herself.
“Healthcare really is something we should all be able to take for granted,” Litton said. “We should all be able to have the level of care we need for the health issues that we are facing. The more frequently we can get those identified and dealt with at the early onset or even in a preventive manner is certainly preferred.”