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Exeter Hospital Gets Clean Bill of Health for Medicare and Medicaid

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) confirmed Exeter Hospital is meeting all conditions of participation after conducting a follow-up survey at the hospital on December 3-4. Exeter Hospital can fully participate in the Medicare and Medicaid programs as

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Judge Rules for State in Exeter Hospital Case

Merrimack County Superior Court Judge Richard McNamara sided with the state of NH that Exeter Hospital must grant the Department of Public Health (DPHS) broad access to the patients’ medical records. DPHS seeks broad access to the records for an

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Oct. 17, Court Date for Exeter Hospital and NHDPH

Exeter Hospital is set to go to court on Oct 17 at 1 pm to settle the access to patient records request by the New Hampshire Department of Public Health (NHDPH) and the State Attorney General’s Office. Additional medical records

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Exeter Hospital Seeks Judicial Remedy

Exeter Hospital has filed an action seeking judicial guidance in Merrimack County New Hampshire Superior Court for both the DPHS and Exeter Hospital. The hospital says the state is seeking very broad access to a large number of patients’ medical

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Cases of Hepatitis C Grows to 33 at Exeter Hospital

Exeter Hospital received notice from New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services that another patient from Exeter Hospital’s Cardiac Catheterization Unit tested positive for hepatitis C. The total number of related hepatitis C cases related to ex cardiovascular tech David

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Exeter Hospital calls for Mandatory Disclosure by Health Care Providers

Exeter Hospital Officials are calling for mandatory disclosure from health care providers after Exeter Hospital hired David Kwiatkowski and he infected 32 patients with Hepatitis C from stealing drugs and tampering with needles used for patients. Officials say prior to

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Hepititis C Cases At Exeter Hospital Now 31

The New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services informed Exeter Hospital on Tuesday, that another patient who received care in the Cardiac Catheterization Unit during the alleged infector Mr.Kwiatkowski’s employment tested positive for hepatitis C. This brings the total number

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NH Health Department Announces Delay in Hepatitis C Outbreak Testing Clinics

Late Thursday afternoon the Division of Public Health Services (DPHS) announced the postponement of the extended hepatitis C testing clinics for over 3000 patients treated in the Main Operating Room and ICU at Exeter Hospital from April 1, 2011 and

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