Southern NH, Elliot hospitals want feedback about alliance planStaff Report
July 15. 2017 5:50PM
The Manchester and Nashua hospitals looking to create a regional health care system will host two "public listening sessions" this month and next.
Elliot Health System and Southern New Hampshire Health System announced the proposed organization last month.
Elliot CEO Doug Dean and SNHH CEO Mike Rose said they "continue to focus on reviewing all aspects of the proposed combination and work toward a definitive agreement."
They said the two sessions, "are important opportunities for our organizations to receive public input, answer questions and provide information on our strategy to create New Hampshire solutions for the health care challenges facing all of us through our proposed combination."
The Manchester session will be held at UNH-Manchester at 88 Commercial St. on July 26. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. for a 6 p.m. start.
In Nashua, the session will be held Aug. 9 in the City Hall auditorium, 229 Main St., again with a 5:45 p.m. opening.