We are excited to welcome a new group of medical students from University Of New England College Of Osteopathic Medicine!
Everyone likes to win awards. After all winning awards is fun. Over the years, Southern New Hampshire Health has won many clinical and business awards. We have been granted the prestigious Magnet status for our superior level of our nursing care, we have been given a 4-star rating from the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid for the quality of care we deliver, but most recently, we have been listed on the 2018 Best Companies to Work For in New Hampshire ranking by Business NH Magazine. We are very proud of all our awards and clinical accreditations, but being ranked as a “Best Place to Work” has a deep meaning for us. This particular competition is conducted throughout the state of New Hampshire, but most importantly it is a ranking that originates from our own employee’s efforts. The 2018 competition included an employee engagement survey that had to be completed by at least 50 percent of our workforce. As a large company, this alone is an amazing accomplishment. Our employees are amazing, dedicated and usually very busy people. Their jobs can often be complicated and sometimes stressful, yet they still took the time to fill out an extensive employer survey which covered details about our benefits, culture and workplace practices.
Each month a Mass General-led trauma conference draws community first responders who come to learn from experts about ways to best manage trauma patients. This education is then translated into the field to help improve patients’ chance of survival before they reach the Emergency Department and SNHMC trauma team and ultimately save lives.
Southern New Hampshire Health locations were recent winners in FOUR categories for Parenting NH’s 2018 Family Favorites poll!
Each year, the ‘Best of Souhegan Valley Region Awards’ recognize local businesses and services that go above and beyond for the delivery of their product or service. In the Souhegan Valley, winners are chosen by the readers of the Cabinet Press and their publications.
Over the years, New Hampshire has consistently ranked high in national and local polls and it’s easy to see why. As New Hampshire residents, we don’t pay sales or income tax, we have some of the best schools in the country (both K - 12 and at the collegiate/university level), and our crime rate is one of the lowest in the nation. So it comes as no surprise that Nashua has earned a top spot in WalletHub’s 2018’s Best- & Worst-Run Cities piece (emphasis on the BEST section).
Our inaugural class of medical students from the University Of New England College Of Osteopathic Medicine (UNE) is wrapping-up a successful year at SNHH. Eight medical students completed eight, six-week rotations in both inpatient and outpatient settings in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery, Behavioral Health, OB and Community Service.
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From left, Elliot CEO Doug Dean; Dr. Praveen Suchdev, vice chairman of SolutionHealth; Hausmann; Diane Mercier, chairwoman of SolutionHealth; and Mike Rose, CEO of Southern New Hampshire Health.
The newly formed SolutioNHealth is a highly coordinated community-based regional healthcare network comprised of Elliot Health System and Southern New Hampshire Health, whose purpose is to better serve the healthcare needs of the region by improving and increasing access to care, enhancing quality, value and community benefit.