Concord Hospital Invests $82.6 Million in its Charitable Programs and Services
In FY 2019, Concord Hospital invested $82.6 million through its annual budget to provide programs and services to meet the health needs of more than 620,000 individuals.
Concord Hospital Now Offers Innovative SpaceOAR™ Hydrogel to Benefit Patients Undergoing Treatment for Prostate Cancer
SpaceOAR is aimed at reducing rectal complications and helping patients to maintain their quality of life after radiation treatment.
For Dr. Ronald Yap, Supporting Concord Hospital Trust is Part of Being a Concord Hospital Physician
Dr. Yap, of Concord Hospital Center for Urologic Care, has been involved with the Trust since coming to Concord Hospital 14 years ago.
Giving Is Good for the Soul and Good for The Heart, Literally
People who donate time or money to help others will tell you it’s good for the soul. It brings them joy. Scientists will tell you it’s also good for the heart. It brings better health.
Dr. Charles T. Lambrukos Legacy Endowment
It’s not often that people walk around flashing smiles at a wake. But when long-time Concord dentist Charles Lambrukos passed away in 2005, that’s exactly what happened.
Joy of Being Moved
Ann and Joe Farrelly regularly attend Concord Hospital Trust’s What’s Up Doc? luncheon lectures. They also regularly contribute to the Hospital.
Former Payson Center Patient Found Joy in Care, Gives Joy By Volunteering
Forever grateful to the Payson team that held her hand – literally and figuratively – Beverly Cotton of Weare returns to Payson once a week to volunteer.
Leading the Way – An Innovative Delirium Care Initiative Emerges
Managing patients suffering from delirium is extremely difficult but our Delirium Care Initiative is creating awareness, improving responses, and decreasing incidents of delirium or their severity and duration.
Pelvic Medicine Program Fundraising Efforts
Concord Hospital Trust has organized several fundraising efforts to benefit the Center for Urologic Care’s groundbreaking Pelvic Medicine, Continence and Sexual Health Program.
Peripheral Vascular Disease
Specialists at Concord Hospital and Concord Hospital Medical Group are working together to better prevent, diagnose and treat peripheral vascular disease