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Commissioner’s Statement Regarding Settlement and Release Agreement between the State of New Hampshire and Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital
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Publish Date:
August 2, 2017

Concord, NH – In conjunction with today’s release of the settlement and release agreement Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol between the State of New Hampshire and Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Jeffrey A. Meyers issued the following statement:

Both the State and Dartmouth-Hitchcock are committed to providing the best possible care for our family members, friends, and neighbors suffering from mental illness and requiring treatment at New Hampshire Hospital. As the State seeks to address the crisis caused by a shortage of acute care beds and community resources, both I and the Governor are grateful that Dartmouth-Hitchcock - the State's only academic medical center -provides its services across a range of service areas, including at NHH.

The State recognizes and values Dartmouth-Hitchcock's crucial role in improving the health of our citizens and we look forward to working together to ensure that patients at NHH receive nothing less than the quality care they deserve.

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