New Doctor and New Dentist Join NCHC Hardwick Practices

Dr. Chloe Tartaglia

Northern Counties Health Care has added a new doctor and a new dentist to their practices in Hardwick. Dr. Pamela Martin DMD is caring for patients at the Northern Counties Dental Center (NCDC) located at 151 North Main Street. Dr. Chloe Tartaglia MD is caring for patients at the Hardwick Area Health Center located at 4 Slapp Hill Road.

“Dr. Martin and Dr. Tartaglia have both jumped right in as new members of our team,” said Chris Towne, chief strategy officer for Northern Counties. “They are increasing access for dental and primary care in the Hardwick area, and patients will benefit greatly from their skill, experience, and compassionate care.”

Dr. Martin earned her Bachelor of Science degree at Florida State University in Tallahassee. She earned her Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry at the University of Florida in Gainesville. While there, she was recognized with the L.D. Pankey Scholarship Award for Professional Excellence in Prosthodontics and Periodontology. Prosthodontics is the specialty of repairing natural teeth and replacing missing teeth and periodontics focuses specifically on the supporting structure of teeth and the diseases that affect them. Dr. Martin has 14 years of clinical experience, including nine years in Community Health Centers.

Dr. Pamela Martin

Dr. Tartaglia is Board Certified in Family Medicine. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Naropa University, her Doctor of Medicine from Medical College of Wisconsin, and served her residency with the University of Hawaii on O’ahu. Prior to her medical training, Dr. Tartaglia worked as a birth doula, a death doula, and as a yoga and meditation instructor. She is returning to full-spectrum primary care after seven years of practicing geriatrics and end of life Care. “My experiences have brought into sharp focus the importance of providing nurturing support for patients, their families, and their care providers,” said Dr. Tartaglia. “I take a person-centered approach and I encourage patients and their families to collaboratively engage in their health and well-being.”