Your Littleton Regional Healthcare physicians, clinicians, nursing staff, frontline staff and incident command team would like to extend our gratitude for the support we have received over the past weeks. The community has generously provided gifts of food for staff, flowers, masks, high quality sanitizing equipment, baked goods, hand quilted items and much more. We cannot thank you enough.
As the President & CEO of LRH, I am humbled by the outpouring of support through phone calls, emails, kind notes and social media comments thanking LRH for everything we are doing to keep our patients and the community safe from the spread of COVID-19.
I can assure you that our incident command team, physicians, nursing staff and clinicians are well prepared for whatever hurdles we face during this COVID-19 public health emergency. For community members who are staying home, please continue to follow best practices such as social distancing and good hygiene. If you or someone you know is concerned about COVID-19, LRH has set up a hotline to address questions and concerns. You can reach the hotline by calling 603.575.6400.
We will continue to work with the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, New Hampshire Hospital Association and the Centers for Disease Control so that we can continue to provide you with current information related to COVID-19.
There are many heroes among us. Our entire LRH staff is working tirelessly to keep our patients and community safe along with our local law enforcement, fire and EMS personnel. While it can be said that this is their job, they show up to work under extraordinary circumstances to provide vital care as well as a semblance of normalcy through this emergency. For that, I am full of gratitude for their compassion and perseverance every day.
Please continue to visit our website to see daily updates from Littleton Regional Healthcare.
Robert F. Nutter
President & CEO