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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


DERRY, NH 03038

Parkland Medical Center serves Southern New Hampshire with comprehensive, personalized medical care around the clock.

Parkland Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Rockingham County, NH.

Parkland Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Parkland Medical Center is a proprietary 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

Location and Directions


Before I get into this, I'd like to thank the wonderful people who were professional. Your job is not unappreciated. ER nurse walked into the room (chewing gum) to start my husband's IV. He put on his gloves and immediately scratched his beard. I mentioned it to him in case he didn't realize and he told me he wasn't doing anything sterile. I again told him that his gloves were not clean and he argued with me about it as he opened all of the sterile packaging. I asked him to change his gloves outright and he then asked me if I had medical experience and understood what he was doing. I told him I didn't care and wanted him to change his gloves. He challenged me again. I finally told him "I am asking you to change your gloves and you are bring extremely unprofessional." At this he dropped everything onto the tray and walked out, leaving my husband with his arm still strapped for a needle. I spoke with the director of nursing and hopefully this is resolved. No need to comment with a phone number for me to call. You will not tell me if or how he was reprimanded and I do not need to be patronized. This hospital has major issues. And those issues start with the fact that there is an "us and them" mentality. We should all be a part of the care team, including the patients. Working in a hospital does not make you special or above anybody else. Also, the new cafeteria is awful. Not only is the variety cut in half but I stood in line for so long at the register without being acknowledged that I walked out with a bag of chips. I bet they have a HUGE gap issue. Lastly, these spots were on the elevator floor when my husband was brought in yesterday. They look like blood and were still there when we left at noon today. (a month ago)

The friendliness and professionalism of the staff and their treatment of all patients made me feel at ease during a very stressful situation. The hospital itself and the exam rooms were clean and although I didn’t care for the food, there were plenty of options available. The check-in process for the ER was easy and the registration process made me feel as though my reason for being there was much more important than finding out my copay information! The nurses and doctors were very informative and made sure I understood what they were saying and were eager to answer any questions and concerns that I had. Not once did I feel rushed. I have had the pleasure of seeking their services a handful of times for my three children and myself as well and each time the above was true!!! (3 months ago)

The emergency department at the hospital is frankly terrible. Went to the ER at 3 AM because of excruciating shoulder pain, numbness and weakness in my right arm. Was told they don't do MRIs after hours and to just call my regular doctor the next day. Was given a prescription for Valium - they did not even ask what other medications I take! Valium interacts with two of them. I did not know until I got to the pharmacy. Can't understand why they did not ask such a basic question - I was in too much pain to realize at the time. They basically provided no care, the doctor was rude and condescending, and I will never go back. (in the last week)

I would highly recommend this hospital. I recently gave birth to a healthy baby girl. Dr. Robyn Stewart, & Dr. Leonard Wasserman are amazing Obstetricians. The nurses are phenomenal. They are caring, patient, and highly compassionate about there job. I am so happy my husband and I chose this hospital for my labor and delivery. (2 months ago)

I had a great experience at Parkland labor and delivery. The doctors and nurses were very professional, helpful, knowledgeable and comforting. The facility was clean and secure. I would recommend Parkland medical center labor and delivery. (a month ago)

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