Located in Concord, New Hampshire, Concord Hospital offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Accepts clients on opioid medication, Anger management, Brief intervention approach, Family Addiction Counseling, Group counseling offered, Individual counseling offered, Marital/couples counseling offered, Motivational interviewing, Naltrexone (oral), Relapse Prevention and accepts the following accepted insurances: Most Insurances. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Concord Hospital, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Concord, New Hampshire, Concord Hospital places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Concord Hospital offers may include: Cognitive/behavioral therapy, Dialectical behavioral therapy, Rational emotive behavioral therapy, Substance abuse counseling approach, Trauma-related counseling. Addiction treatment services are available to 18+ and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Most Insurances. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Concord Hospital from their website at www.concordhospital.org.
I had an MRI there yesterday in the diagnostic center. Even though it was a long test, the technicians did a a great job. The technician Jane was particularly empathetic especially when I began getting sick from the medication they injected into me for the test. Warning. There is a lot of breathe holding during the exam so u may want to do some breathing exercises before hand.
The emergency department is NOT the entire hospital - I encourage those who seek to review the emergency room to specifically go to review the Emergency Department. The ER is SWAMPED from about 9 PM to 3 AM. It will usually be a while depending on the day. I've been there too. They only have the resources they have. Write your senators, and be glad you aren't dying convsing in pain on the Dartmouth ER waiting room floor. I was born here, and haven't had a problem with them since. They do not over- or under- prescribe opioids, which I really appreciate in the current crisis. Their network of treatment teams, clinics, and specialists have been very helpful to me, with refreshingly few quacks and rude personnel. They're genuinely very compassionate, in my experience.
Concord Hospital is one of the finest hospitals in NH. My experience at this facility was scary, and they made me feel very comfortable. I had to have back surgery as I could hardly walk, the day of surgery, waiting for the operation was the worst. Each staff member came to me with a smile and reassurance that everything would be alright. The anesthesiologist promised me that he would have the Chippendales there to help turn me over for the back surgery, and he made me laugh and feel comfortable and secure. My only disappointment was I can't remember his name, and I didn't get to see the Chippendales. DARN. After the surgery, there was always someone in the room, time after time after time, I don't believe I was ever alone. The care was amazing and the nurses and staff were just wonderful. Concord Hospital is top notch, there is always someone to tick you off, but you need to overlook that and move on. Your stay has a lot to do with YOU as well. Wonderful experience.....thank you Concord Hospital for taking good care of me.
A few months ago I broke my wrist and ended up in the emergency room. What started out as excellent turned a bit worse and ended up ok at the end. When I arrived (drove myself) I was in a lot of pain. They took me within the first five minutes, got vital signs and basic info. Asked me about the pain level which I described as a 10, worst I've ever felt. Got some ice and a pillow which helped straighten it up a bit. I sat down to wait. 10 minutes later (pretty good time I thought) I was led down to get x-rays taken. Back out to the waiting area and that is where things got worse. No pain relief and I sat out there for 90 minutes before getting in to see a Doctor. At that point I got some pain meds and they proceeded to straighten out the wrist. Got a friend to give me a ride home.
This is the greatest patient care facility I have ever been to. The staff will go out of their way to help you in any way they can. Service was received fast and in a professional way. I would 100% recommend this to anyone.
I had a cardiac procedure done at Concord Hospital a couple of weeks ago. Every person that was involved in the process was amazing. Also, the hospital was very clean. In my experience, Concord Hospital is a small city hospital that out performs the larger, big city hospitals around New England.
A healthy and unusual stop for a lunch when in town If you're lucky & they have the citrus salmon- don't hesitate. Dig in. It's a friendly hospital, full of really great nursing staff. There is free parking, handicap access, a large inside dining area and a separate but still enclosed smaller room. It's a Heart Healthy diet so choices are balanced for you. The hospital offers this to the public as well to help make prepared, healthy meals available for anyone at reasonable cost.
Dr Chodosh and Dr Lockhart are Amazing Cardiologist's, they saved my life ! I will always be Grateful to the Doctors and Nurses for their care !
I had a five day stay here. 99% of the doctors, nurses, LNA, etc...were very very very very kind, polite, informative, direct and just downright helpful. This place is rather large, so don't hesitate to ask for directions. There are several help desks throughout the buildings. Yes... buildings. There are three total. This hospital was exceptionally clean. All hospitals usually are...but this one was something else. The cafe is well stocked to meet ALL dietary needs.
Pay no attention to to negative comments. Obviously the younger generation has no idea what its like to need a hospital. (YET). This is such a wonderful hospital. I know, they will treat you for whatever you need FIRST, money comes later. Meaning, your financial situation has nothing to do with your care. They will help you first. I love this hospital. The nurses are caring human beings. It's not easy to smile all day after seeing the stuff they do, but they do it. Doctors come and go, the nurses are the heart of this hospital.
The staff was patient and hardworking through a very busy day yesterday. Everyone was so kind to us, the rooms were clean, and the wait was not bad. Every person who was with us was AMAZING! I felt truly cared for even in such a hectic environment. I'm so grateful for the level of professionalism this hospital practices. Thank you so much.
Wonderful experience at Concord Hospital Day Surgery . My 9 yr son had oral surgery on 8/2/17 everyone was GREAT checking in, all of the nursing staff in pre-op especially Tracy (lead recovery Nurse I believe )and Dr. Mark Scura (oral surgeon). A difficult and stressful day made much easier by all the great staff . One thing that impressed me was how great they all were with my son explaining everything and making him smile at the same time.
A healthy and unusual stop for a lunch when in town If you're lucky & they have the citrus salmon- don't hesitate. Dig in. It's a friendly hospital, full of really great nursing staff.
A healthy and unusual stop for a lunch when in town If you're lucky & they have the citrus salmon- don't hesitate. Dig in.
The staff are all around just incredible. Extremely kind, helpful, informative and attentive. They literally saved my fiance's life and did an excellent job with the c section and handing the severe bleeding from previa. She was on the verge of bleeding out to death and she was saved! Thank you guys for saving her and delivering our beautiful baby boy!
My husband had hip surgery and they were all very caring and attentive.The orthopaedic institute staff were excellent! Catherine the liason kept us well informed and couldn't have been nicer.Five stars!
Best doctors. Slow service. Long waits but bwtter than most. Thry have soecilast for every part ....
I'm not sure why the 1st 3 reviews I read only speak about the food in the cafeteria and not the patient care experience. I love food also and I want to fit in so that's what I will mention here. I used to work at Concord Hospital (which is a great place to work), but every other Thursday the cafeteria would serve what they call an Italian Grill Cheese. It doesn't get any better than this folks... I loved them so much that my co workers brought in everything necessary to make our own. It is made of mozzarella and provolone cheese, fresh basil grilled up on a glorious panini bread... then they cut it into four pieces and serve it w a side of marinara sauce for dunking. The best advice I could give anyone is to eat as many of these as possible as it will significantly increase your level off happiness!!! And yes , I am a strange one lol.
My poor stepfather has been admitted to Concord Hospital several times, in different departments for various conditions, including major surgery and long stints in ICU. He, and his large family of visitors, have all experienced excellent care, as well as friendly and caring nurses and other staff, from doctors to the staff in the cafeteria. All of whom often go out of their way to help, support, explain. I feel so comfortable with this hospital, and so grateful for the compassionate treatment we all received. And, it has always been clean and comfortable! Art a la Carte comes around with selections of prints to hang near the hospital beds, and also books. The food is reasonably priced, tasty, and healthy, with a good selection. There is a nice cafe, and the gift shop has great coffees, teas, and gifts. I even spent time knitting a swatch with materials from a community knitting basket to donate for a quilt that will be gifted to a patient in need. I feel really good about Concord Hospital. :)