Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire serves a wide region of the southeastern Green Mountain State and the southwestern Granite State along the Connecticut River, dotted with historic towns, villages, and filled with opportunities for an enriched, fulfilling life.
Four Seasons of Fun
Our territory offers a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities across all four seasons amid New England’s breathtaking natural beauty. Rivers, streams, lakes, valleys, and mountains fill the landscape, along with some of the world’s most dazzling foliage each fall. The Appalachian Trail cuts through the region, and there are numerous opportunities for skiing, kayaking, hiking, and other outdoor pursuits.
Learn more about outdoor activities in the Upper Valley.
Heart of Healthcare and Education
World-renowned Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Clinics is located in Lebanon, New Hampshire, alongside many strong local hospitals. Parents can choose from a diverse selection of strong public and private school options. The area also boasts an impressive array of colleges, including Dartmouth College, Colby Sawyer College, Marlboro College, and Landmark College, among others.
Arts, Entertainment and Shopping
Many southern Vermont and New Hampshire towns have vital arts communities, with regular gallery walks and live performances. The area boasts a diverse array of restaurants, and shopping opportunities abound, from old country stores to department stores and outlets.
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You Can Get There From Here
Easily accessible via Interstates I-91 and I-89, and crossed with picturesque state highways and rural dirt roads, our region is situated a short 2-to-3 hour drive from Boston, and 5-to-6 hours from New York City. Nearby airports are located in Manchester and West Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Learn about lodging in the Upper Valley.