Shannon Rayman, DO


Dr. Shannon Rayman is a primary care physician (PCP) in Stratham, NH. Dr. Rayman is board certified in Family Practice.

“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
 
Gender
Female
Education
  • Undergraduate: BS, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
  • Graduate: DO, Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Parker, CO
Residency
ECHN/UNE Family Medicine, Manchester, CT
Board Eligible
Family Medicine

Patient Rating
4.8 out of 5
257 Ratings
102 Comments
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Location

Core Physicians
118 Portsmouth Avenue
Stratham, NH 03885
Phone: 603-778-1620
Fax: 603-772-8015

Verified Patient Reviews & Comments

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7/13/2021

Could not be more pleased with a dr

7/6/2021

We were very comfortable with her.

7/5/2021

Competent. Cheerful. Thorough. Fun.

6/30/2021

When I walked in for this appt I could hardly walk due to pain. When I left, I was walking normally without pain. Dr Rayman is an excellent physician. I highly recommend her.

6/25/2021

Good experience

6/23/2021

She was great, nice, down to earth. She listened. She explained her rational for treatment plan and still left room for options if it did not work.

6/14/2021

Excellent

6/14/2021

Recommend highly

6/1/2021

Highly recommended

5/25/2021

I would tell them that she did most of what she should do, but she made some comments. Where didn't come across is very caring, and a little...they were a little offensive.

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