COVID-19 Related Hours of Operation Changes
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, we've modified hours of operations for some of our medical practices.
Scholarship Opportunity for Nursing and Allied Health Students
Concord Hospital Trust, the philanthropic arm of Concord Hospital, is once again accepting applications for funding through the Concord Hospital Trust Scholarship Fund for nursing and allied health students.
Concord Hospital Trust Announces New Board Trustees
Concord Hospital Trust recently elected new Board trustees Kenneth Deloge, MD; Steve McManis; Paul Provost, CFP; and Muriel Schadee, CPA.
Concord Hospital and Capital Region Health Care Boards Elect New Trustees
The Boards of Trustees serve as the governing bodies of Concord Hospital and Capital Region Health Care respectively.
Concord Hospital Now Serves Lakes Region Vascular Patients in Laconia
Concord Hospital has opened a new practice in Laconia, supported by LRGHealthcare, to treat diseases of the vascular system – the body’s veins and arteries.
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.