Exeter Hospital has developed this dedicated web page to help provide patients and community residents with informative updates, education and resources related to hepatitis C.
We understand that this has been a difficult time for our patients and the community. Our focus remains on all of our patients and while this situation has shaken the community, we will continue to do everything we can to restore the community's confidence by providing excellent care to the hundreds of patients who receive care within our health system each day. We remain thankful for the support from our patients and the community as we continue to do everything we can to complete the patient testing and help to bring the investigation to a close.
We will continue to provide updates and relevant information on this web page and via Facebook and Twitter as it becomes available. For additional information or questions related to the outbreak, you may call Exeter Hospital's dedicated line at (603)580-6124.
For information related to the expanded testing being conducted by the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services, please call (DPHS) at 603-271-4496 or click here.
October 17, 2012 - Exeter Hospital Statement Regarding Today's Hearing
October 9, 2012 - Editorial on Medical Records Misinformed
October 3, 2012 - Exeter Hospital Letter to NH Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General
October 3, 2012 - Exeter Hospital Media Release
Our Clinical Response Team
Exeter Hospital, in collaboration with Core Physicians, has established a dedicated clinical response team to help treat and support identified hepatitis C patients related to the Cardiac Catheterization Unit. The team is comprised of specialists in the treatment of hepatitis C as well as physicians and support personnel whose assistance may be needed in the comprehensive care of these patients.Read More
Hepatitis C - Q&A
The following information is provided to keep the public informed about the hepatitis C outbreak at Exeter Hospital and to answer many of the most common questions we receive from the general public about the outbreak.Read More