About Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice

We offer in home healthcare services to Central New Hampshire communities by providing Home Care (nursing services in the home); Rehabilitation Services; Pediatric Care (direct health care, education and support services for children and families); and a comprehensive, team-based Hospice program.

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice is a not-for-profit, medicare-certified provider of home care and hospice services, licensed by the State of New Hampshire. The agency is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees and supported by private and corporate donations.  Our mission is to Promote dignity, independence and well-being through the delivery of quality home health, hospice and community-based care services.  Let us help you with healthcare and hospice at home.

Some History
The VNA Wolfeboro and Vicinity was founded in 1918 and operated with one part-time nurse. Her nursing services were coordinated by the Red Cross, as a Home Defense Nurse. Home Defense Nurses were used at a time when the Red Cross was enrolling registered nurses for purposes of supporting the Army and Navy during WWI. The VNA Wolfeboro and Vicinity became incorporated in 1946. They became Medicare certified in 1967 shortly after Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the first nationwide health care program. In 1982 Medicare signed on Hospice services to their Medicare program. The VNA Wolfeboro and Vicinity added Volunteer Hospice to their list of services in 1994 after a merger with Hospice of Southern Carroll County. Within a few months, they were granted their Hospice Medicare Certified Status. Read More

How Can We Help You?

Call us today or click below to fill out our inquiry form.

(603) 524-8444 • (800) 244-8549

Laconia: (603) 524.8444  |  Wolfeboro: (603) 569.2729

Laconia: (603) 524.8444  |  Wolfeboro: (603) 569.2729

Covid-19 Pandemic

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice continues to serve patients and will plan to do so into the foreseeable future. Working closely with our community partners, our goal during this pandemic is to provide the needed home based services our community requires.
It is our intention that our patients will not see a big change in their care. What they might notice is the addition of a number of screening questions when scheduling a visit with one of our clinicians.

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice continues to serve patients and will plan to do so into the foreseeable future.

To get the most recent facts about COVID-19 please visit:
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
New Hampshire Department of Public Health
New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services