Concord Hospital Partners with ApprenticeshipNH and New Hampshire Community Colleges to Train Needed Licensed Nursing Assistants
Eight applicants will be selected for the program which offers 100 percent of the tuition costs paid, plus full-time employment status with benefits.
Breast Cancer Risk Factors and Treatment Options
Surgeon Sharon Gunsher, MD and Katherine Cail, APRN, MSN explain breast cancer risk factors and treatment options.
Concord Hospital Orthopaedic Institute Earns Star Performer Recognition
Star Performer designation is reserved only for institutions that have achieved a 75 percent compliance rate with at least five of the 10 Own the Bone prevention measures.
Treatment of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) with Robotic Surgery
Surgeon Stacie Perlman, MD of Concord Surgical Associates explains the use of robotic surgery to treat GERD in an article published by the Concord Monitor.
Expanding Critical Knowledge and Roles During COVID-19
As a floor care technician, Shawn Salyer knows the COVID-19 pandemic makes it more important than ever to keep corridors, treatment areas and patient rooms clean and sanitary.
Building Effective Solutions for Care Safety
Concord Hospital providers who perform intubations have an added layer of protection, thanks to a local company that stepped up to quickly make a new device.
Transforming Care to Care for COVID-19 Patients
The changes ensured the ICU staff could care for COVID-19 patients in a designated area while keeping other critically ill patients safe.
The Woman’s Club of Concord Sewing Nearly 7,000 Cloth Masks
The Woman’s Club of Concord has organized members and other volunteers to make cloth facemasks.
First Business Supporter to Concord Hospital Trust’s COVID-19 Response Fund
Tom Prescott, President of Johnny Prescott & Son Oil, knew Concord Hospital would need support, so his company became the first business to donate to Concord Hospital Trust’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
Concord Hospital Facility Operations Called on as Never Before in Response to COVID-19
Facilities Operations staff built dozens of negative pressure/isolation rooms, a COVID-19 testing area, as well as erected large tents for outside screening, testing and triage — to ensure the Hospital wasn't overwhelmed by a potential surge of critically ill patients.