Maggie Chun-Allen, DO

Primary phone: 603-472-7233


Family Medicine


  • Elliot Family Medicine at Bedford
    25 Leavy Drive, Bedford, NH


  • Medical Education: New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Residency: Lehigh Valley Health Network - Family Medicine Residency-Closed 07/01/2020

Boards & Certifications

  • Family Medicine: American Board of Family Medicine

About Maggie Chun-Allen, DO

Dr. Maggie Chun-Allen, D.O., board-certified in family medicine, earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, N.Y., and her B.A. in neuroscience and behavior from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA. Dr. Chun-Allen completed her family medicine residency at Lehigh Valley Health Network in Allentown, PA.

“As a young child I knew I wanted to be a physician,” she says. “I love the opportunity to be an integral part of the community, building long-term relationships with patients and providing and improving care for families.”

Dr. Chun-Allen says she chose family medicine because she appreciates treating families and patients in all stages of life.

“I feel that primary care can have the most effect on a patient’s health because it is usually the first step where a patient goes when seeking care,” she says. “My favorite part of family medicine is developing that healthy, long-term relationship from the start that can really go a long way in a patient’s health journey.”

Although she sees patients of all ages, Dr. Chun-Allen is particularly interested in women’s health, contraception counseling, preventative care and pediatrics, especially now that she is the mother of two young children.

“Being able to see a whole family is definitely something that is an integral part of an individual’s health,” she says. “An individual is shaped a lot of the time by family background and culture, so learning about that and their belief systems is very important in helping me care for patients.”

As an Asian American, whose parents immigrated to Boston from Hong Kong, she understands how critical a person’s background and culture are.

“It’s really important to understand how essential learning someone’s cultural background is when treating them,” Dr. Chun-Allen says. “If you brush off a person’s identity, it’s very easy to lose that trust and relationship you’re trying to build.”

When she’s not caring for patients, she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring parks and new places with her children, trying new foods, cooking, arts and crafts, do-it-yourself projects and Bhangra (folk Indian dance).

In addition to English, she speaks conversational Cantonese and beginner’s Mandarin.