New London Hospital (NLH) is focused on excellent customer service as we strive to be an outstanding community hospital.

New London Hospital needs people like you

Rehabilitation Specialist and her patient at New London Hospital

The operation of New London Hospital is a total team effort, requiring the skills of many specialties, the knowledge of many professions, and the work and cooperation of every employee. We seek to recruit and retain the very best. You will be working with all types of people in an environment that is dynamic and changing rapidly.

The experience of patients and residents at New London Hospital begins with you. You will help serve our patients, volunteers, fellow employees, physicians, and the community through your position. You are a unique part of an organization that faces new challenges as it strives to meet the needs of our community. As part of a small community hospital, you will work where you, and the work you do, really make a difference.

For more information, call us at 603-526-5095.

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Our mission and passion for care

Our Mission and Passion for Care

Our team of nurses at New London Hospital embodies the mission and passion for quality care. We are always looking for qualified nurses to join our team and experience the unique opportunities NLH can offer for nurse development. We hope this video series, Our Mission and Passion for Care, will help those seeking nursing opportunities to consider New London Hospital.

NLH's Michelle Miller, RN, discusses her experience working in the Infusion Suite and the benefits of working at a smaller community hospital.

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NLH's Stella Obike, RN, shares her journey and the many development opportunities available at NLH.

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NLH's Janice Peck, RN, talks about her role working in Same-Day Surgery and the valued support she receives from her team members.

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NLH's Lorrie Callaghan, RN, talks about her role working on the Med/Surg floor and the skills that help her on a daily basis.

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A few NLH nurses share the impact and tremendous support of our community members and thoughts about the wonderful lifestyle offered in the Lake Sunapee region.

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Important information and documentation

Health Plan Price Transparency for Employees

The Federal Transparency in Coverage Final Rule requires that health insurers and self-funded health benefit plans must post machine-readable files (MRFs) on a public internet website. Dartmouth Health employees may link to Optum Behavioral Health to access machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and include negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and health care providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.