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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.
Could have driven to an emergency room in Boston and gotten seen quicker. The wait time was horrible, staff was rude with horrendous bedside manor, and ended up misdiagnosed. I wouldn't send my worst enemy here.
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.
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.
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.