• May 5, 2020

    A Message from Andrea, Our Chief Clinical Officer

    Happy National Nurses Week! Our organization’s talented nurses perform myriad roles across our administrative departments and clinical programs. While these roles may have different tasks, our nurses share so many traits central to excellent nursing practice:  critical thinking, integrity, attention to detail, advocacy, compassion, and good communication.

  • April 30, 2020

    Concord Regional VNA Welcomes David Green, MD, to its Board of Trustees

    Concord Regional VNA, the largest home health and hospice provider in New Hampshire, has appointed David Green, M.D., F.A.C.S., Concord Hospital Center for Urologic Care, to its Board of Trustees. Dr. Green joined the board earlier this year, shortly after retiring as Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Concord Hospital. Dr. Green brings more than 40 years of experience in medical practice, education and leadership to this role. 

  • March 19, 2020

    Concord Regional VNA and Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice Announce Intention to Merge

    CONCORD, N.H. – Concord Regional VNA and Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice (Central VNA) announced that they have signed a non-binding letter of intent (LOI) to merge their two organizations to better serve the home and community-based health care needs of residents of the Greater Capital Region and Central New Hampshire. 

  • May 16, 2019

    Former Central VNA Exec Wins Recognition

    Hats off to Charlotte Leavitt, one of the senior volunteers winning the 2019 Joseph D.

  • February 8, 2019

    You Saved A Life – The Story of “Mr. Max”

    Just imagine you bring your 4 year old to the pediatrician because his color is poor, his appetite is off and he is more tired than you think he should be. The diagnoses comes back and your worst fears are realized – your son has leukemia.

    This is a true story.
    Shortly after his fourth birthday, Max needed chemo.  

  • January 17, 2019

    Recovery at Home-After Hip Surgery

    Sue Speers, 88, had experienced joint replacement surgery before. But this time, she knew she was going home alone. Both she and her family were nervous and Sue recognized that she would need to rely on her home health providers. There were six in all – nurses, home health aides and physical therapists.