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Nestled in the White Mountain National Forest and the Lakes Region, the natural environment that surrounds Plymouth and the communities of Central New Hampshire provides an inspiring backdrop in which to live, work and play.

Speare Memorial Hospital has been a part of the fabric that weaves together the greater Plymouth area for more than a century. While we work to promote the health and wellness of the communities we serve, we are also here when the unexpected occurs, providing care when and where it's needed, to residents and visitors alike.

We invite you to learn more about Speare Memorial Hospital programs and services addressing our community needs.

Please contact us at info@spearehospital.com with any questions.

Speare Memorial Hospital Community Benefits Report FY19

CNHHP 2017 Community Health Assessment

2017-2020 Community Health Assessment Implementation Plan

SMH Community Health Grant

CNHHP 2014 Community Health Assessment

Speare Memorial Hospital participates in 340B Drug Pricing Program to reduce costs and increase funding

In an era of skyrocketing drug prices, Speare Memorial Hospital joined the federal 340B Drug Pricing Program last year to reduce its drug costs to generate savings to fund other programs and services. The savings from the drug pricing program allow Speare to provide a range of health services and programs that respond to the unique needs of our community.

To date, Speare has invested its estimated $445,000 in net savings to improve patient care by providing more charity and uncompensated care and offering services that promote health, wellness, and disease prevention, community education, pediatric, obstetric, and primary care, and other beneficial programs that may not be viable without this 340B Drug Pricing Program.

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