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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Serving New Hampshire (NH) residents with primary service areas of: Allenstown, Andover, Barnstead, Boscawen, Bow, Bradford, Canterbury, Center Barnstead, Chichester ...

Concord Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Merrimack County, NH.

Concord Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Concord Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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This is the greatest patient care facility I have ever been to. The staff will go out of their way to help you in any way they can. Service was received fast and in a professional way. I would 100% recommend this to anyone. (2 weeks ago)

A few months ago I broke my wrist and ended up in the emergency room. What started out as excellent turned a bit worse and ended up ok at the end. When I arrived (drove myself) I was in a lot of pain. They took me within the first five minutes, got vital signs and basic info. Asked me about the pain level which I described as a 10, worst I've ever felt. Got some ice and a pillow which helped straighten it up a bit. I sat down to wait. 10 minutes later (pretty good time I thought) I was led down to get x-rays taken. Back out to the waiting area and that is where things got worse. No pain relief and I sat out there for 90 minutes before getting in to see a Doctor. At that point I got some pain meds and they proceeded to straighten out the wrist. Got a friend to give me a ride home. (2 weeks ago)

Brought my 90 year old Dad to the Emergency room on Monday at 12:15 pm and they didn't see him until 4:55 pm! I felt like I was in a third world facility. Once they had a bed available for him to be seen in Emergency, the waiting game continued. The PA that came in to see him was nice, but her "white" coat was so filthy and didn't look like it had ever been washed, her pants were ripped on the bottom and she was walking on them - not impressive at all! The halls were all cluttered with stuff everywhere, the janitors filthy cart was on the floor next to items that should be sanitary like white towels used on patients. The girl that set Dad up to do his IV did a horrible job, blood all over his bed and hands, she said oops, sorry! Then she didn't clean him up, I did! It gets better......They come in to do an EKG, took about 5 minutes ( thats fine ) stood back and pulled the wires off him all at once, said that was easy and left the room. They left all the sticky ports all over his body, I removed them before we left. Then an hour of waiting, they come take him to do a cat scan and when they return him no one comes into the room to hook him back up to machine that was monitoring his heart rate and blood pressure so I figured it out and hooked him back up. 45 Minutes later the " technician" came in and I told her I hooked it up, she said, oh no one came back in, nope, I figured it out. She said, you did good. The Doctor that finally came in to see him was excellent, clean, professional, and seemed thorough. Oh, the male technician or nurse that was in and out came in to take his IV out, pulls out some gloves from the box, three fall to the floor ( just left them there ) removed the IV and then threw it in the trash can, not the needle box, and then commented on all the blood on the bed from the technician that installed it. It was quite an experience, I was very disappointed and it left me quite concerned and more motivated to stay healthy! Maybe it all boils down to staffing shortages or just poor management! Someone please help this hospitals ER! -- Good experience in other areas of the hospital I must report, the ER though, wow! (2 months ago)

Security officers here need to learn to keep their hands off of patients for no reason. I have called over 5 times to the risk management department no answer yet will try in person if calling continues to not work. (2 weeks ago)

A healthy and unusual stop for a lunch when in town If you're lucky & they have the citrus salmon- don't hesitate. Dig in. It's a friendly hospital, full of really great nursing staff. There is free parking, handicap access, a large inside dining area and a separate but still enclosed smaller room. It's a Heart Healthy diet so choices are balanced for you. The hospital offers this to the public as well to help make prepared, healthy meals available for anyone at reasonable cost. (5 months ago)

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