Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital
About the Organization
It is the mission of Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital (APD) to provide patient-focused health care services that are responsive to community needs, promote wellness, and continually improve the quality of health care services in the community.
Founded in 1932 and named in honor of the fifth-generation Lebanon, NH resident who donated her family homestead and land, APD existed as a small cottage hospital for its first thirty years of existence. In 1964 APD undertook a fundraising capital campaign to build a modern hospital. APD continued to expand in the 1990s and 2000s, adding physicians' offices, the Immediate Care Center, Women's Care Center and Occupational Health Services, while expanding its surgical capacity and making strides in same day and minimally invasive surgery. In 2006, APD raised $4.3 million to fund the Robert A. Mesropian Center for Community Care, which today provides primary care, internal medicine, outpatient therapy, and geriatric care. In 2012, community support made possible a major renovation to the medical-surgical inpatient wing of APD.
In 1996, APD Health Systems opened a 72-bed assisted living facility (Harvest Hill) on its campus followed by the addition of a 66-unit independent living facility (The Woodlands) in June 2010. Both represent APDs commitment to serving seniors in our community.
About the Community
We believe in being a community hospital. For APD, it means being accessible to the public, providing excellent medical care in a cost-effective setting, and helping to prevent illnesses and injury .
APD works closely with community groups and organizations throughout the Upper Valley. Our focus is to ensure that APD is a good neighbor, fully committed to the health and wellness of our community both as a healthcare provider and as employer.
We belong to the Lebanon Chamber of Commerce, Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce, Hartford Chamber of Commerce, and Upper Valley Corporate Council. We are also active in the Hanover Rotary the Upper Valley Women's Networking Group, and Crossing Paths.