Frisbie CEO in NH explains why hospital is ceasing maternity services

ROCHESTER — The CEO of Frisbie Memorial Hospital laid out a new plan to deal with declining birth services at the hospital for the City Council Tuesday night.

Tim Jones talked about the hospital’s decision to discontinue birth services at Frisbie, and the potential intervention by the New Hampshire Attorney General’s staff into whether or not that decision violates the agreement reached when HCA took over the former non-profit hospital.

Frisbie CEO in NH explains why hospital is ceasing maternity services

Last week, it was announced that Frisbie Memorial Hospital is facing a review by the New Hampshire attorney general’s office over its decision to discontinue labor and delivery services, sending patients instead to Portsmouth Regional Hospital, which is under the same ownership.

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