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New Hampshire Health Information & CPR Certification

In overall health ratings New Hampshire ranked number 5 in 2014. New Hampshire has remained high in rankings with the average rank being around 6 or 7 over the past few years. There are many strengths that the state excels in including high immunization rates and coverage among children, a low percentage of children in poverty, and high immunization rates among adolescents. This means that children and adolescents in the area are well protected from preventable diseases.

Though the state does excel in many areas there are some challenges that it faces in terms of healthcare. Some challenges are low per capita public health funding, high prevalence of excessive drinking, and high rate of drug related deaths in the state.

In the past year physical inactivity has dropped 14% from the previous year of 22.4% to 19.3% of adults. Drug deaths have increased from 11.2 to 14.5 per 100,000 residents. Poor physical health days have also dropped from 3.7 to 3.3 and the infant mortality rate has increased from 4.8 to 4.9 per year. Cardiovascular deaths have decreased from 392.3 to 213.3 per 100,000 residents.

There are some trends in the state including an increase in the number of adults with diabetes from 7.5% of the population to almost 10%. The number of smokers has decreased from 20% to around 18%. The obesity rate however has risen from around 22.5% to almost 30%. Overall cardiovascular health has a middling effect on the overall ranking of the state. There were 213 deaths associated with Cardiovascular health in 2014.

As far as seniors in that state, New Hampshire ranks 2 overall and there are a low percentage of seniors living in poverty, there are readily available delivered meals and a high health status for seniors across the board. Though seniors overall are in great shape in New Hampshire, there are also some challenges. There is a high prevalence of activity limiting arthritis pain, low prescription drug coverage and low SNAP enrollment.

In the past year obesity has decreased from 26.5% to 25.5%, underweight seniors have decreased from 1.7% to 1.1% of adults over 65, and in the past 2 years flu vaccinations have increased from 11% to 63.7%. Pain management has decreased from 57% to 41.2% and in the past year ICU use has increased from 6.5% to 7.4%. Some current trends are obesity in seniors has decreased slightly from 26.5% to 25.5%, smoking in seniors has risen from 7% to about 7.5%, diabetes management has remained constant at around 80% and physical inactivity in seniors has remained constant as well at around 28%.


CPR certification in the New Hampshire is highly recommended for both healthcare officials and those that are not in healthcare. With a rate of about 200 deaths per year as the result of poor cardiovascular health, it is beneficial for all residents of the state to have some form of CPR training to help those that may be suffering from cardiovascular issues. SafeNowCPR provides 100% online training for New Hampshire CPR courses and certification so students can learn at their own pace and know as much as possible about CPR. This program allows students to learn so that they can safely and effectively perform CPR in New Hampshire.

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Local Hospitals

Concord Hospital
250 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 0331-2598

This hospital has a total of 237 beds as well as a trauma center. It is a general medical and surgical hospital and is ranked number one in the state.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH 03756-0001

This regionally ranked hospital has a total of 388 beds as well as a trauma center and is a general medical and surgical hospital. It is highly ranked in 1 Adult Procedure/Condition.

St. Joseph Hospital
172 Kinsley Street
Nashua, NH 03060-3648

This hospital has a total of 144 beds and is a general medical and surgical hospital. It is regionally ranked in New Hampshire and has a ranking of 4.

CPR Skill Evaluators

Jackson, Leslie
617-593-7051 39 Bailey Street
Dorchester, MA 02124

Jones, Ruth
440 East Squantum Street
Quincy, MA 02171

Blasko, Robert
287 Wesat St.
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

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