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Littleton Regional Healthcare... where good health begins.

Welcome to the Littleton Regional Healthcare website offering information for patients, their families and visitors to our beautiful campus located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. We have made significant improvements in your Hospital - including expanding our campus and adding the latest in technology. More importantly we have increased our specialty services provided by highly skilled physicians and clinicians. We continue to work hard to meet the growing healthcare needs of those we serve.

LRH's Cardiac Lab and Echo LabFebruary is Heart Disease Awareness Month
The LRH Cardiac and Echo Lab recognize February as a very important month. February means Heart Disease Awareness. LRH's Cardiac Lab and Echo Lab offer a wide variety of cardiac testing procedures which focus on diagnosing coronary disease. Your doctor may think you need any one of the diagnostic tests offered at LRH. For more information about the services at LRH Cardiac Lab, please visit http://bit.ly/2kuI6Ew.
Pictured from left to right: Betsy Lemire, Echocardiogram Tech, Echo Lab; Emil M. Pollak, Jr. MD, FACC; Krista Ash, RN, Cardiac Lab; Melody Glines, RN, Cardiac Laboratory Coordinator; Anil K. Mukerjee MD, FACC, FACP, FASE, FASNC, FSCCT
North Country Healthcare Community Health Needs Assessment - Implementation Plan
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Diabetes Education Diabetes Education
Looking for information on the basics for managing your Diabetes? LRH is offering a ten-hour program - split into four, two-and-a-half hour sessions.
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North Country Healthcare named Innovator of Year North Country Healthcare named Innovator of Year
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Androscoggin Valley HospitalCurrent Local Physician Opportunities at Androscoggin Valley Hospital
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Zika and PregnancyZika and Pregnancy: What Pregnant Women Need to Know
Learn more about what Zika is, what it means for pregnant women, and how you can protect your pregnancy.
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