Location Profile

Woodsville, New Hampshire

Facility Type
Critical Access Hospital
Facility Location
Woodsville, New Hampshire
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Woodsville, New Hampshire and has a proud reputation for offering some of the best care in the area for over 50 years. Recognized several times for its excellence, the facility has been listed on several prestigious "Top 20" and "Top 100" health provider lists. The provider boasts state-of-the-art technology and offers services including rehabilitation, surgery, urgent care, and other vital needs.

Community Overview

Woodsville is a village community located in Haverhill, New Hampshire and located in the Connecticut River Valley. It's a playground for outdoor lovers as the area has several destinations for fishing, kayaking, hiking, walking, and other activities. You aren't far from arts and culture either, yet can enjoy the feeling of a close friendly community. Woodsville and the communities around it are vibrant, historic, and beautiful to explore. It offers a nice suburban feel and is central to everything you'd need.

Learn more about Woodsville at the official website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


School Administrative Unit 23 runs the public schools in the area and consists of 1 elementary school, 1 middle school, and 1 high school. There are also several smaller K-6 and K-8 schools in neighboring towns that are part of the district. The district offers a very low student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1, offering a great environment for students to receive the attention they need.  Woodsville High School is ranked among the top 80 high schools in the state and has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report's Best U.S. High Schools. There are also private schools in the surrounding area.

Click here to read more about public schools in Woodsville.
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Local and Nearby Attractions

Whether you need home goods, food, gifts, clothing, toys, or any other merchandise, you can find it in the area stores. Big-box stores Walmart and T.J. Maxx are here along with assorted local shops, while grocery shopping options include Shaw's and Aldrich General Store.

Woodsville and the surrounding villages offer multiple opportunities for arts and culture. Court Street Arts presents concerts and other live performances throughout the year, plus hosts classes and workshops. Sugar Hill Historical Museum is an informative museum that shares area history dating back from 1780 to the president. In addition to the main exhibits of photographs and artifacts in the main building, the museum also offers several outside exhibits including two barns and a historic home. These properties are full of historic tools, authentic horse-drawn carriages, paintings, clocks, old signs, and other memorabilia related to local history. Franconia Heritage Museum is another historical museum and is located in an 1878 New England farmhouse with an attached barn and sheds. Exhibits spotlight the old country stores of the past, plus showcases china, old farm equipment, furnishings, and china. Just 22 minutes away in Fairlee, Vermont is the Fairlee Drive-In, a drive-in theater in operation since 1950 but with a crystal clear digital screen.

Enjoying the great outdoors is easy here. Woodsville features Railroad Park, a former railroad yard turned into a lush green park with a walking path, picnic area, benches, and playground equipment. There's even a real vintage caboose in the park to honor its history. For a bigger space to explore, head to Bedell Bridge State Park, a 74-acre park located on the Connecticut River outside Woodsville. Open year-round, the park offers a great place for walks, hikes, picnics, fishing, and kayaking. Lost River Gorge is fewer than 30 minutes away and offers an exciting experience for outdoor lovers. Follow the ¾-mile boardwalk through the gorge and go straight or veer off to explore the boulder caves that dot the gorge. There you'll see the breathtaking 35-foot waterfall Paradise Falls and other natural formations. Young explorers have a special program they can participate in to test their knowledge and learn about the gorge. If you're feeling adventurous, embark on a 2-hour cave tour at night with only a lantern as your guide, then end the experience with s'mores around the campfire.

One hour away is Storyland, a children's theme park themed after storybook characters. There are over 30 attractions including a log flume ride, kid-friendly roller coasters, and a raft ride to enjoy. You can even ride in a horse-drawn pumpkin coach or tour an enchanted castle, all the while seeing familiar friends from the storybooks you love.

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Crime Rate

Woodsville is safe for families, as are the surrounding villages. The crime rate is 18% lower than the national crime rate and has decreased by 10% over the last year, making it safer than 44% of the country. The Haverhill, New Hampshire Police Department protects the city.

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