This holiday season, honor your favorite caregiver (doctor, physician assistant, nurse or nurse practitioner) by giving to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Annual Fund.
A new program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, called eConsults, provides primary care clinicians quick and easy access to advice from specialists on care questions.
In what was the first pediatric case in the Center for Surgical Intervention, Drs. Sohail Mirza and David Bauer teamed up for a two-part spinal fusion procedure to help 13-year-old Amanda Shadowens.
Here is a kid-friendly chili recipe that can be made ahead of time for a quick meal during a busy week or for serving a holiday crowd.
By becoming your own advocate, you can better ensure your safety when it comes to drug interactions. Here are some tips to create and maintain a medication list for yourself or a loved one.
Concussions don’t just affect young athletes and professional athletes. Adults who are just having fun out in the snow or walking on a slippery walkway are also at risk to sustain a concussion.
When Patti Cox learned she had a brain aneurysm, she wanted to act quickly. Thanks to DHMC's virtual aneurysm clinic, she went from consult to procedure in six days and had a worry-free Thanksgiving.