Alexandra Bonesho, MD

Dr. Alexandra Bonesho practices Pediatrics in Epping, New Hampshire. Dr. Bonesho is a board certified Pediatrician.

Dr. Bonesho has been recognized as a Top Doctor in Pediatrics by NH Magazine for every year since 2017!

  • Undergraduate: BS, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
  • Graduate: MD, Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL
Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago,IL
Board Certified

Patient Rating
4.9 out of 5
167 Ratings
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Core Physicians
212 Calef Highway
Epping, NH 03042
Phone: (603) 693-2100
Fax: 603-777-1895
Hours: Office: Mon- Fri 7:30am to 5pm | Walk-in: Mon-Fri 7:30am to 9am | Weekend care in Exeter, NH

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She's an amazing doctor. She always listens and gives me the best possible care.


Dr. Bonesho has been my daughter's pediatrician since she was born 13 years ago. She is caring, knowledgeable, honest and respectful.


Dr.Bonesho is a great, attentive and caring doctor.


Dr. Bonesho listens to every question we have and addresses them. She is great about being really black and white about my childrens care, which is important to me.


She is excellent. She has the exact 'bedside manner' that is needed in pediatrics


She listens respectfully to concerns and takes time to see patients. My children love going to the doctor to see Dr.Bonesho!


Dr. DeBlasioBonesho is amazing.


That they are simply the best


Highly recommend - coming from Boston, the care has been better here than MGH or Beth Israel.


Dr. Bonesho is very thorough, caring, takes her time during the appointment, doesn't rush you at all and she caught something that could have killed my son and recommended he go to the Boston Children's Hospital, which saved his life. So we are eternally grateful for her.

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