News

  • November 23, 2020

    Concord Regional VNA Named Nonprofit of the Year

    Concord Regional VNA, the largest home health and hospice provider in New Hampshire, has been named Nonprofit of the Year by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce in its annual Pinnacle Awards.

  • September 24, 2020

    Concord Regional VNA Partners with Granite State College

    CONCORD, N.H. – Concord Regional VNA is partnering with Granite State College to offer a significant tuition discount for graduate and undergraduate courses at Granite State College. 

  • September 2, 2020

    Concord Regional VNA and Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice Sign Formal Agreement to Merge

    Concord Regional VNA and Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice (Central VNA) today announce that their leadership and Boards of Trustees have signed a Definitive Merger Agreement to merge the two home health care and hospice organizations. Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice also filed a change of control notice with the New Hampshire Attorney General's Charitable Trusts Unit for review and approval. 

  • August 14, 2020

    Notice of Blackbaud Data Incident

    Concord Regional VNA was recently notified that a vendor, Blackbaud, discovered and stopped a ransomware attack affecting its systems. As reported by Blackbaud, data fields containing credit card or bank account information are encrypted and were NOT acquired or compromised during the incident.

  • July 2, 2020

    Concord Regional VNA Fosters Community Support and Togetherness Through Virtual Wellness Programming

    Concord Regional VNA, the largest home health and hospice provider in New Hampshire, is reimagining its wellness programs for a virtual setting as Granite Staters continue to practice social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • June 12, 2020

    Meet Marnie Verville - A Volunteer Who Wears Many Hats and Socks

    Our agency’s volunteers play a key role in helping us meet our Mission. With restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our volunteer work is limited, however, they call hospice patients, pick up groceries for Hospice House, provide music outside in the Susan McLane Garden, and offer pet therapy visits outside facility windows.  

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