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Time Spent Before Receiving Pain Treatment for Long Bone Fracture

Average (median) time patients who came to the emergency department with broken bones had to wait before getting pain medication. A lower number of minutes is better

Provider Name Highlight SelectedPerformance
Catholic Medical Center Above Average
49 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Cheshire Medical Center Near Average
62 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Concord Hospital Below Average
63 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Elliot Hospital Near Average
62 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Exeter Hospital Above Average
50 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Franklin Regional Hospital Above Average
46 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Near Average
55 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Huggins Hospital Below Average
80 mins
State Average (57 mins)
LRGHealthcare Near Average
59 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital Below Average
96 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Monadnock Community Hospital Near Average
55 mins
State Average (57 mins)
New London Hospital Below Average
76 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Parkland Medical Center Above Average
28 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Portsmouth Regional Hospital Above Average
23 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Southern NH Medical Center Below Average
71 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Speare Memorial Hospital Above Average
39 mins
State Average (57 mins)
St. Joseph Hospital Near Average
54 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital Near Average
55 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Valley Regional Hospital Near Average
61 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Weeks Medical Center Below Average
106 mins
State Average (57 mins)
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Near Average
58 mins
State Average (57 mins)