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The New Hampshire Hospital Main Entrance
The Dorothy M. Breene Library has a wealth of research available.
Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in our hospital cafeteria.
The chapel is available for quiet reflection and Sunday services.
Come into our gift shop for hot popcorn and stay to do some shopping.
Our gymnasium features basketball, rock climbing and workout machines.
Help yourself to information in racks throughout the hospital.
Come relax in our lobby as you wait for your visit or appointment.
We have outdoor patio spaces for use in nice weather.
Patients eat in dining rooms on each unit as a community.
Patient bedrooms are clean and have beautiful natural light.
Our Patient Library boasts a great collection of books and publications.
Visitors can spend time with loved ones in this visitor's room off the lobby,
The first floor recreation room is a multi-use space.
Children and adolescents have access to this playground outside of the Anna Philbrook Center.
The clerical worksite helps patients learn work skills as they prepare for community living.
Cooking groups and evaluations take place in this specialized kitchen.
A lot of beautiful plants grow in our greenhouse, which is the center of our building.
The newly renovated Anna Philbrook Center features stencils of kids engaged in fun.
ISU dining space
ISU bedroom

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New Hampshire Hospital has a long tradition of caring for people with mental illness. We provide acute, inpatient psychiatric services for children, adults, and the elderly who need active treatment and other essential supports within a continuum of community-based care. Specialized diagnostic and therapeutic services are provided for 2000 patients each year, keeping our 168 beds full. Half of hospital patients are discharged within ten days.

Approximately 600 staff includes board certified psychiatrists, general medical services, specialized nursing, allied clinical, administrative and support personnel.

To meet our patient’s needs, our goal is to provide for smooth access to services; safety, sensitivity, and compassion in daily care; skill and attentiveness from physicians/residents and nurses; timely, helpful therapies; accommodation of family needs and visits; a clean, restful environment; adequate food and nutrition; timely, clear aftercare planning; and our patients to have an overall feeling of improvement on discharge. This represents a standard of care we would want for our loved ones and ourselves.

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