Shannon Rayman, DO

Dr. Shannon Rayman is a primary care physician (PCP) in Stratham, NH. Dr. Rayman is board certified in Family Practice and welcoming new patients of all ages.

“I take a whole-person approach to medicine. Each patient is an individual and their treatment should be individualized to them. I prefer a more natural approach to treatments with a strong emphasis on preventative care. I hope to help my patients live their happiest, healthiest lives possible.”

Now located in our new office in the back - Building D
  • Undergraduate: BS, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
  • Graduate: DO, Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Parker, CO
ECHN/UNE Family Medicine, Manchester, CT
Board Eligible
Family Medicine

Patient Rating
4.7 out of 5
203 Ratings
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Core Physicians
118 Portsmouth Avenue
Stratham, NH 03885
Phone: 603-778-1620
Fax: 603-772-8015

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Excellent dr. Very knowledgeable. Kind. Considerate.


Very resourceful and informative




Very good at what she does!


I will tell them not to go to Dr. Raymond as she was very rude. aggressive, and condescending in her conversation. She didn't politely suggest anything. She basically told us that if we cared about my child, I would do what she was telling us we should be doing. And that is not a doctor's rule, a doctor's rule should be to give us the information and let us make our own choices as we all have our own thoughts on what we think is correct. And whether that's the way she wants it to be or not is not up to her. That is what I would say. Don't go to her.


Jury is still out.


Ive found the best Dr. who is pleasant nice and caring.


This doctor gives excellent care, advice and made me feel very comfortable to speak freely.



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