Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital
Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital (UCVH) strives to improve the well-being of the rural communities we serve by promoting health and assuring access to quality care.
Core Values are essential for providing quality care to the communities we serve. Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital’s Core Values are:
Stewardship: To properly utilize and develop resources so that our organization is protected and sustainable.
Community: As a healthcare team member, we work to be involved in our community by promoting health and connectivity to the people we serve.
Respect: Working with patients and their families with courteous regard for their feelings.
Integrity- We commit to creating an honest and trustful environment through mutual respect, teamwork and professionalism.
Compassion- We care deeply about the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our patients, families and staff.
Excellence- We continuously enhance our expertise and specialized knowledge, skills and/or abilities through our commitment to exceptional patient care.
UCVH is a 16-bed critical access hospital serving 20 communities and 8,500 people in its service area which includes communities in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. UCVH offers a broad array of services including a 24/7 fully staffed emergency department, outpatient surgical care, cardiac rehabilitation, inpatient care, ambulatory care, x-ray, MRI, CT scans, mammography, outpatient rehabilitation, laboratory services and more.