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Exeter Hospital News
A Stratham family thanks Exeter Hospital's Advanced Life Support team for their skills and dedication and for saving a family member's life.
This information is provided by Exeter Hospital's Women's Health and Oncology Rehab Department. For further info please contact Nancy Potter, MSPT, Senior PT, Lead Therapist, at 778-6548.
Reduction in Staffing at Exeter Hospital and Core Physicians
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Exeter Hospital Employees Help "End 68 Hours of Hunger" Cause
Employees of Exeter Hospital’s Outpatient Care Center recently collected donations of non-perishable food items for End 68 Hours Of Hunger, a private, not-for-profit volunteer effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger some school children experience between the free lunch they receive in school on Friday afternoons and the free breakfast they receive in school on Monday mornings. The NH Seacoast End 68 Hours of Hunger programs serve nearly 500 local children each week.
Pictured are Hospital employees Deb Warren, RN, and Stephen VanDerlinda, RN, who coordinated the effort.
Thanks to all staff who participated in the food drive.
Consumer Reports Gives Exeter Hospital Best Rating in NH For Surgery Read More
Congratulations to the 2013 recipients of the Kathleen Schusler Scholarship Fund awards
Exeter Health Resources Named "Most Wired" for Sixth Consecutive Year
For the sixth consecutive year, Exeter Health Resources has been named one of the nation's "Most Wired" health care organization for its use of information technology.
Exeter Hospital Reduces Early Elective Deliveries from 35 Percent to Zero
Eliminating early elective deliveries has been identified by patient safety groups and hospital leaders as a major patient safety initiative. The procedure can lead to serious complications for both the mother and baby, including admission to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Exeter Hospital, through its collaboration in a Hospital Engagement Network run by the American Hospital Association's Health Research & Educational Trust, has reduced its rate of early elective deliveries from 35 percent to zero. In this special report, see how the hospital pursued this ambitious patient safety goal.
Exeter Hospital has established an On-Line Donation Site
Community members, patients and family members who wish to make a donation to Exeter Hospital are now able to contribute on-line. Visit our Make a Donation page, and select the designation you would like your money to fund (Exeter Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care, The Beyond the Rainbow Fund, General Fund or other).
Questions about donations may be directed to Vivian at 580-6775 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building on pioneering research from the early 1990s, colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania report patients are at less risk of dying at Magnet-designated hospitals...
New Health Care Facility Opens In Epping - Seacoast-online
Epping Regional Health Center Opens to Patients - The Union Leader
Staff from Core Gastroenterology and Core General Surgery dressed in blue in recognition of "Go Blue Day" for Colon Cancer Awareness Month.
Exeter Hospital Celebrates Certified Nurses Day
Exeter Hospital is celebrating Certified Nurses Day on March 19 by honoring its 180 board certified nurses for their professionalism, leadership and commitment to excellence in patient care. Read More.
|(L to R): Karen Richards, DNP, RN, NE-BC, Exeter Hospital's Magnet Program Director, Susan Burns-Tisdale, MPH, RN, NEA-BC, Exeter Hospital's Executive Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nurse Executive, and Fran Bonardi, MBA, RN, Vice President of Acute Care Services and Associate Chief Nurse for Exeter Hospital.|