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Stephen thought he could handle his drinking. He'd ‘cured’ himself many times over the years, and each time he resumed drinking, things got worse. This is his story.
Visual Management Boards are filled with constantly updated information to help coordinate each patient’s safe discharge according to their plan of care.
Jason Smith of Bow was discouraged, ready to give up after years of opiate dependence. This is his story.
Don Davis flew from Alaska to Concord Hospital for treatment when he learned he needed medical attention for a problem with a wire on his cardiac pacemaker.
Concord Hospital Center for Cardiac Care added lead extraction as a service in early 2016. It’s a very delicate procedure requiring specialized training.
The Program for Addictive Disorders is an important addition to Concord Hospital and the community.
Fred Courser and his wife, Joyce, recognized Fred might be having a stroke in February 2016.
Cardiac Associates conducts telemedicine clinics one day a month for several patients each day.
Concord Hospital Trust, the philanthropic arm of Concord Hospital, recently elected Dr. Michael Lynch as board chair.
There is currently only eight BC-ADMs in NH — five registered nurses and three registered dietitian nutritionists. All three RDNs work at Concord Hospital.
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