Margaret Woodward, MD

Dr. Margaret Woodward is a primary care physician in Exeter, NH. Dr. Woodward is board certified in Family Medicine and is in the process of obtaining her board certification in Lifestyle Medicine. She is welcoming new patients of all ages.

“I love getting to know patients and families and then working together to help them achieve their unique health goals. It is truly a privilege to care for patients of all ages and I enjoy the challenge of treating a wide variety of conditions. Lifestyle medicine, women’s health, pediatrics and substance use disorders are just a few of my special interests. I am thrilled to be back home in NH and look forward to getting to know the Seacoast community.”
  • Undergraduate: BS, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
  • Graduate: MD, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Richmond, VA
Mountain Area Health Education Center, Asheville, NC
Board Certified
Family Medicine

Patient Rating
4.5 out of 5
48 Ratings
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Core Physicians
21 Hampton Road
Exeter, NH 03833
Phone: 603-775-0000
Fax: 603-658-0305

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Very nice


If you need a family doctor, she is terrific!


Very friendly and professional


Yes, it was a great visit!


I already told my wife to go and she has set up her appointment


Very friendly and thorough.


Great potential


She was very pleasant. Very interested in what was going on. She asked questions, listened to us. My daughter was there, too. Listens to both of us, and went from there, and take care of ... looking through all the records she had, and then I got a call afterwards that they had wanted ... they didn't have enough at the hospital, I guess. The man I talked to, I told him that I had 17 days that they had given me to take them, not her, but taken home after the ER, and he said, "I totally ... the medical number", and he was very happy, and he was going to look it all up, but overall, it was ... is a good ... is all of the experiences I've have had at Exeter Hospital were (INAUDIBLE) the Dr so far. I was very pleased with her, and glad I changed from my former primary care


very pleasant, efficient experience


I believe the doctors care but core in general not crazy about.

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