Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Inc.

Brandon Jolley, DDS joins the ACHS Dental & Oral Health team

ACHS Welcomes Brandon Jolley, DDSMarch 22 2017 - Press Release

Dentist Brandon Jolley, DDS joins ACHS Dental and Oral Health Center Team

Ammonoosuc Community Health Services has welcomed Dr. Brandon Jolley to its dental care team.  He has clinic hours at the ACHS-Dental & Oral Health Care location in Littleton.

Dr. Jolley is originally from Phoenix, Arizona.  He graduated from Arizona State University in 2011, and University of Colorado in 2016 where he specialized in comprehensive dental and oral care. He and his family relocated to the North Country so he could raise his children in a more rural environment - a place where they could enjoy the outdoors and be close to family in New England.

When asked about his work at ACHS, Dr. Jolley said, “Patients come to see us at the Dental & Oral Health Center for a variety of reasons and with a wide range of needs. Whatever the reason, we strive to offer individualized care that aligns with each patients concerns and goals. At ACHS, we are able to offer high quality care to members of the community regardless of insurance payment. I enjoy being able meet patients wherever they are in life, and offer them the care they need to give them a happy, healthy smile.”

ACHS CEO, Ed Shanshala added that “Dr. Jolley’s skill set and gentle approach to care, will be welcome by our patients. We’re so pleased to have him aboard”. If you are interested in seeing, Dr. Jolley, please call 603-444-8112 to start the registration process.

Founded in 1975, ACHS is a nonprofit community health center offering a network of affordable primary care health services, including medical, dental, behavioral and pharmacy. Our programs promote and support the well-being of individuals and families by emphasizing preventive care and encouraging active participation in one’s own health.

ACHS serves 26 New Hampshire towns in northern Grafton and southern Coos counties and has sites located in Littleton, Franconia, Whitefield, Warren and Woodsville. Clinical teams provide comprehensive services to over 10,000 patients, and we offer a sliding fee to those who qualify. ACHS is enabled by investments by the Federal and State Departments of Health and Human Services. For more information about ACHS, visit www.ammonoosuc.org or call 444-2464.