Welcome to Exeter Hospital
Exeter Hospital is a 100-bed tax exempt, community-based hospital and one of three affiliates of Exeter Health Resources. At each of the affiliated companies, we are committed to providing health care services that are innovative, progressive, and focused on quality and the well-being of patients.
Exeter Hospital is thankful the prosecution was successful in securing a lengthy prison sentence for Mr. Kwiatkowski as a result of the harm he admitted to causing so many patients and their families throughout the country and here in Exeter. Those patients and their families continue to be in our thoughts, and their care continues to remain a primary focus.
Failure not an Option in Medicaid Negotiations. (Seacoast On-line, November 19, 2013)
Exeter Hospital is pleased to announce the new Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy Center opening inside Seacoast United Sports Club in Hampton. This outpatient rehab clinic is a state of the art facility that offers rehabilitation with an expertise and focus on the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, post operative conditions, spine care and sports injuries..
A Stratham family thanks Exeter Hospital's Advanced Life Support team for their skills and dedication and for saving a family member's life.
The BIA board of directors voted today to support expanding the state’s Medicaid program to 138 percent of federal poverty level.
"Medicaid expansion will improve the Seacoast's health, bring hundreds of millions of federal dollars to help the state's economy and create a more sustainable safety net." States Mark Whitney, VP of Strategy, Community Relations and Development, Exeter Hospital.
Exeter Hospital Supports the Expansion of Medicaid in the State of New Hampshire
"This is about getting patients the right care, at the right time, in the right place. Expanding Medicaid is the right thing to do and we strongly encourage the state tomove forward to just that." Steve Ahnen, President, New Hampshire Hospital Association.
See Press Release
"Shoot For a Cure"
Casey Glynn’s Annual “Shoot For a Cure” fundraiser for The Beyond the Rainbow Fund will be held December 7th at 6:30 pm at The Rinks at Exeter. Come see a scrimmage game between the Winnacunnet and Exeter High School Varsity Hockey Teams, participate in a raffle, sponsor a puck for a loved one, and more. Admission is $5.
To donate to The Beyond the Rainbow Fund online, click here..
"Know Your Knee: The ACL Injury"
How they happen, how to prevent them and how to recover. Join us on Wednesday, December 11th at 6:30 p.m. at "The Above the Rim Sports Complex" Hampton.
Better Choices Better Health
A six week workshop that uses group participation and the support of trained leaders and peers to help people with stable, ongoing health conditions learn life skills and techniques to manage their own conditions.
View scheduled dates for 2013-2014 at the following locations:
Your Weigh to Wellness
An 8 week comprehensive weight management program. A FREE information session will be offered before each 8 week program. Registration is required.
Click here to view upcoming 2014 dates.
Core Physicians is a community-based, multi-specialty group practice affiliated with Exeter Health Resources.
Rockingham VNA & Hospice
An affiliate of Exeter Health Resources, this community based home health and hospice agency provides high quality home care, hospice and community outreach programs.Read More
Brigham and Women's Hospital
The Center for Reproductive Care of Exeter Hospital is directly affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital. As a patient you are treated by Brigham and Women's reproductive endocrinologists, who are among the top in their field nationwide.
Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center
Our relationship with the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Cancer Center brings renowned cancer specialists from the world’s leading academic medical center to Exeter Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care. This affiliation allows us to offer state of the art radiation therapy and medical oncology/hematology services in our community.Read More