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As a charitable organization we exist to meet the health needs of individuals within the communities we serve.

Communities Representing Our Primary Service Area

Allenstown, Andover, Barnstead, Boscawen, Bow, Bradford, Canterbury, Center Barnstead, Chichester, Concord, Deering, Dunbarton, Epsom, Henniker, Hillsborough, Hopkinton, Loudon, Northwood, Pembroke, Penacook, Pittsfield, Salisbury, Suncook, Warner, Washington, Weare, Webster and Windsor.

Regional Health System

Facts & Figures

(Fiscal Year 2014)


9,604 total surgical cases (including 2,579 orthoapedic cases)

Emergency Services

64,797 visits (45,551 Emergency Department visits and 19,246 Walk-In Urgent Care visits)

Radiation Treatments

12,938 treatments


1,231 births, including 13 sets of twins

Patient Visits to Concord Hospital Medical Group Primary Care Practices

178,937 visits

Patients Seen at Family Health Centers

10,437 visits (this includes visits for medical, dental or care management)

DNV Healthcare Accreditation

Our Hospital has national accreditation from DNV Healthcare, the newest and first Medicare-approved hospital accreditation program that integrates the ISO 9001 quality management system with the Medicare hospital standards.

Affiliations & Partnerships

We are an affiliate of Capital Region Health Care which includes Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association, Riverbend Community Mental Health and related affiliates. Partnerships with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Concord, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Concord Orthopaedics, Concord Endoscopy Center, Concord Ambulatory Center, Concord Imaging Center, Granite Healthcare Network and others enhance our capability as a regional integrated healthcare delivery system.


With 2,549 full-time employees of which 515 are employed by a Concord Hospital Medical Group practice

Medical Staff

Active: 353

Concord Hospital Medical Group

255+ primary and specialty providers trained in 18 subspecialties in 28 locations.

Rehabilitation Services

8,936 patients treated at one of seven Rehabilitation Services locations

Breast Care Center

164 new patients received genetic counseling and/or testing at our Breast Care Center

Diabetes Self-Management

1,683 patients received diabetes self-management education

Community Benefits

In 2014, we provided:

  • $52,298,118 million in total community benefits;
  • $16,665,736 million in charitable care;
  • $27,911,020 million in subsidized health services;
  • $3,814,032 million in health professions education.
  • $2,721,124 million in community health services

Continuous Affirmation of Service and Quality

Quality is a top priority for us and we recognize and value the important role it plays in ensuring cost-effective services and improving patient safety.

Stewarding Technology and Cultivating Progress

Applying the newest medical science and technology is essential to local community care and regional healthcare excellence. Improving medical science for our patients is a constant metric of our operations.


Our campus is 114 acres of which 29 are in conservation easement. The buildings on campus include the Payson Center for Cancer Care, Granite Ledges of Concord, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital, Memorial Medical Office Building, Pillsbury Medical Office Building, Concord Hospital Family Health Center - Concord, Concord Orthopaedics Professional Association, CRVNA Hospice House and The Learning Center. Off-campus locations include CH Medical Offices North, CH Medical Offices East, CH Medical Offices at Horseshoe Pond and 49 South Main Street.