Hanover Hill has been a family owned and operated nursing facility for more than four decades.
Left to right: William Lee, founder; Ted Lee, President and Lori McIntire, Administrator
Purchased in 1970 by William F. Lee, Hanover Hill was the first nursing home of its kind in the area to become Medicare certified. Since its opening, Hanover Hill has boasted cheerful rooms, spacious grounds, and a prime location between two of the major hospitals in the area.
In 1975, William’s son Theodore J. Lee (Ted) became Administrator of Hanover Hill Health Care Center. Under his management, Hanover Hill expanded from a 100-bed to a 124-bed skilled nursing facility. In 1986, Ted became the President/Administrator of Hanover Hill until and served as such until 1999, when Mrs. Lori McIntire was appointed Hanover Hill’s Administrator. Ted Lee continues to serve as President.
Under Mr. Ted Lee’s ownership, the facility has experienced significant growth. Renovated in 2005, the the facility creates a homelike environment, and has continued to serve the community's needs for long term and skilled rehabilitative care. In 2010, the facility was awarded the Bronze Quality of Life Award by the American Health Care Association, for its commitment to quality care. Hanover Hill went on to be the only facility in New Hampshire to achieve the Silver Quality of Care Award in the 2016 year.