Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital’s Community Outreach Department provides a wide variety of programs to enhance the community's health and well-being. Programs focus on preventing and managing health problems, nutritional issues, emotional and stress management. Many of these additional programs are made possible through affiliations with other community agencies. Other services include health resource services, health screenings and peer networking groups. Screenings that are offered throughout the year include: blood pressure, flu clinics, cholesterol screenings as well as others.
Our employees participate in many worthwhile community outreach activities, including the Walk NH event and the Annual Moose Festival.
As an important resource for health care information within our community, we take pride in our role in meeting the health care needs of our friends, neighbors and visitors.
Community Benefits Reporting
Annually, Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital completes a Community Benefits Report that legislation mandated as a requirement for non-profit hospitals. This report is filed with the Attorney Generals office and details how we meet the special needs of our most vulnerable, at-risk population groups, as described in our Community Needs Assessment. State law requires that a Community Needs Assessment be conducted every four years. We look forward to hearing what our community and area residents need in conducting the assesments. For our community benefits report, click here.
- CPR/First Aid Training and Recertification Classes with Becky Bean: 603-388-4367
- Screenings (cholesterol, blood pressure and flu clinics)
- Diabetes Education: (603) 388-4305 for details.
- Weight Watchers Program Call Heidi Saari at (603) 388-4236 for details.
Weight Watchers Portal New members are welcome at any time. Call (603) 388-4236
- Teddy Bear Clinic
- Annual Two Rivers Cancer Fund Events