Our Hospital regularly participates in comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessments to identify the specific health needs of people who live in the communities we serve. We use assessment results to develop new or expanded services to meet those needs and improve the health of our community.
Community Benefits represent our investment in those programs and services and reflect the essence of our mission: to meet the health needs of individuals within the communities we serve, including our less fortunate neighbors. These investments make the organization worthy of both tax exemption and philanthropic support.
Access and Affordability of Medical Care
In 2014, we provided $16,665,736 in charitable care to 8,494 individuals and invested $550,339 in providing financial and prescription assistance counseling to support the needs of 10,815 individuals.
In 2014, we provided $16,665,736 in charitable care to 8,494 individuals.
In 2014, we invested more than $16 million to provide access to primary care, preventative care, behavioral health and dental care through our Family Health Center, Emergency Department and Concord Hospital Medical Group primary care practices.
In 2014, we invested $29,394 to provide 697 physical therapy visits through our Physical Therapy Clinic in collaboration with Franklin Pierce University.
In 2014, we invested more than $3.8 million to provide health professions education to 6,417 medical professionals including nearly $2 million in graduate medical education to 41 physicians at the NH Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency.
In 2014, we invested nearly 4.6 million to provide access to primary care for 10,669 low income, underinsured or uninsured individuals at Concord Hospital Family Health Center.
Elder Care and Chronic Health Condition Management Tools
In 2014, we invested nearly $2.5 million to provide programs and services to those managing chronic health conditions including $308,573 to provide care and support to Payson Center for Cancer Care patients and their families through our HOPE Resource Center.
In 2014, we invested $308,573 to provide guidance, care and support to Payson Center for Cancer Care patients and their families including those wishing to make lifestyle changes through our Anticancer Lifestyle Program.
Access and Affordability of Behavioral Health and Substance Use Services
In 2014, we invested more than $10.4 million to provide behavioral health services through our Emergency Department, voluntary inpatient unit, Family Health Center and Substance Use Services program.
In 2014, we invested $673,714 to provide substance use services to 1,346 individuals.
In 2014,we invested $2.4+ million to provide behavioral health services in our Emergency Department to 1,430 individuals.
Health Education, Prevention and Wellness Tools
In 2013, we invested $1.1 million to provide health education, prevention and wellness tools to our community members including health and wellness programs for nearly 7,900 individuals.
2014 Community Benefits Reports