Southern New Hampshire Medical Center

Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, with 188 beds, serves some 100,000 patients each year. A Magnet® Hospital since 2006, the Medical Center is recognized for nursing excellence. Additionally, the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid’s 4-start rating (out of 5) places the Medical Center in the top quarter, nationwide, for overall quality. We have also earned hospital accreditation from DNV GL Healthcare, the only hospital accreditation program approved by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.
 

MGH Clinical Partnership

Through our affiliation with Massachusetts General Hospital, we offer joint programs in stroke, cancer, trauma, vascular surgery and pediatrics. With MGH physicians as part of our care teams in New Hampshire, patients have easy access to best practices, new treatments, clinical trials and groundbreaking research.
 

Clinical Distinction

Southern New Hampshire Medical Center is home to:

  • A Level II Trauma Emergency Department with 24/7 emergency services

  •  A Level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

  • The Birth Place

  • Ambulatory Surgery

  • Minimally invasive surgery using robotic technology

  • Surgical specialties including colon and rectal, plastic, dermatology, vascular, orthopaedics, gynecology, urology and neurosurgery

  • Breast Cancer Program and deNicola Breast Health Center

  • Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

  • Stroke Program with “Gold Plus” quality recognition

  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation

  • The Bone and Joint, Sleep, and Lung Cancer Screening Centers

  • Lymphedema Program

  • Behavioral health services – inpatient, partial hospitalization, outpatient care, and increasingly embedded in primary care practices

  • Advanced diagnostic imaging with 3D mammography, CT scanning, MRI and ultrasound

  • Additional diagnostics in Laboratory and other services

Our medical staff includes nearly 500 primary and specialty care providers from Foundation Medical Partners, Mass General, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Nashua, and local independent practices.