Each year, Frisbie Memorial Hospital, along with the other 24 nonprofit charitable health trusts in the state, is required by law to report publicly its community benefit activities to the New Hampshire Office of the Attorney General’s Division of Charitable Trusts. These community benefit activities are programs/services that are in place to address the unique needs of the communities we serve. For reporting purposes, activities can be classified in nine broad categories: community health services, health professions education, subsidized health services, financial contributions, community building activities, community benefit operations, charity care, and government-sponsored health care.
State law requires that hospitals conduct a Community Needs Assessment every three years. Our 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment and 2016 Community Benefit Report are available for download below.