Matt Zapel first came to the Childrens Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock at age 13 to receive care for Cystic Fibrosis. Now 27, Zapel s love of music is what keeps him focused on his future.
Bill Waddell, a Master-level competitor in the Scottish Highland Games, came back stronger than ever to win his next competition after surgery and rehab for a bicep rupture and radial nerve palsy.
In 2011, a persistent sore throat was the beginning of journey that led Gerrie Scott to Dartmouth-Hitchcocks Norris Cotton Cancer Center and a difficult diagnosis of carcinoma of the tongue.
Attempting a deadlift with one finger caused a serious finger injury to Rabbi Moshe Gray.
Glenn and Deborah McKee, appreciated the compassionate approach to outpatient elder care provided by Dartmouth_Hitchcock for Glenn's mother, Genny McKee.
Rene Bartlett is a three-time cancer survivor. For much of her life, she also has struggled with controlling her Type 2 diabetes. A new diet and yoga program has become her path to success.