As the leading provider of home health care services in the Lake Sunapee, Upper Valley and Connecticut Valley regions of New Hampshire, Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice provides an unmatched quality of care to those it serves, is the preferred place to work and volunteer, and remains an adaptive and enduring presence with an unsurpassed breadth of service offerings.
Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice, founded in 1970, is a not-for-profit home health care and hospice agency located in New London, New Hampshire. We serve individuals of all ages in Grafton, Merrimack and Sullivan counties. Programs and services include:
- Home Health Care
- Private Care Services
- Health Education
- Palliative Care
- Memory Respite Care
- Community Clinics
We offer a wide array of services through our team of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, licensed nursing assistants, medical social workers, bereavement counselors, personal care service providers, homemakers, companions, physical, occupational and speech therapists and volunteers.
We partner with physicians and other providers, hospitals, long term care and assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities, community organizations and more throughout the region to care for patients in their homes. We are Medicare Certified and licensed by the State of New Hampshire.
Accreditations, Memberships and Certifications
- Licensed by the State of New Hampshire
- National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
- Home Care, Hospice & Palliative Care Alliance of New Hampshire
- Sullivan County United Way
- We Honor Veterans Program
- Rural Home Care Network
- Chambers of Commerce
By the Numbers
Approximately 65% of patient revenue comes from Medicare. Other revenue sources include Medicaid, third party insurances and private pay. In addition to town appropriations allocated to us annually, LSRVNA receives support from United Way, grants, private donations, memorial gifts and special events.
There are approximately 195 employees and 90 volunteers on the LSRVNA team.
Employees of LSRVNA
Volunteers of LSRVNA
Revenue from Medicare
Towns Served in NH
The Community Benefits Report is required by the NH State Attorney General’s office as a reckoning of the money we spend on charitable benefits that we offer to the communities we serve.
Below you will find a link to our latest Community Benefits Report as required by the State of New Hampshire.