EVERETT LAMM, MD
EVERETT LAMM, MD
Vice President of Clinical Affairs
Everett Lamm is a pediatrician and vice president of clinical affairs for Fair Haven Community Health Care. Prior to his arrival at FHCHC, Dr. Lamm served as the chief medical officer of Community Health Programs (CHP), western Massachusetts’ Berkshire-based FQHC, and practiced community pediatrics for many years on New Hampshire’s Seacoast. He is a strong advocate for quality medical care, population health and community well-being.
When practicing in Exeter, New Hampshire Magazine’s readers voted Dr. Lamm as the “Top Doctor” in Pediatrics for six consecutive years. He held a clinical assistant professorship of pediatrics at Dartmouth College’s Geisel School of Medicine, served as the chief of Exeter Hospital’s Section of Pediatrics, as well as on the New Hampshire Medical Society’s Executive Council and as an elected member of the Stratham (NH) School Board. He represented the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services as a legislative advocate, educator, speaker and Commissioner’s appointee to the legislatively-mandated New Hampshire Vaccine Association’s Board of Directors. Dr. Lamm has been nationally recognized by the Centers for Disease Control as a Childhood Immunization Champion and he co-chairs the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics Immunization Initiative.
Dr. Lamm attended the University of Pennsylvania where he received his Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and completed his Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Studies at Harvard University, before attending the University of Vermont College of Medicine and completing his Residency in Pediatrics at Vermont Children’s Hospital. He thoroughly enjoys family time with his wife and two daughters, hiking, biking, soccer and serving his community.