Lynne Kupchick has been a patient at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) Nashua for over 25 years. "D-H makes me feel safe. They have made me feel supported throughout my treatment journey."
Alejandra Casco, 36, recalls the moment she was diagnosed with melanoma in 2010.
Bill Schenck's cardiologist found he had a leaky heart valve. After finding out he was a candidate for a less invasive heart procedure he never imagined it would become his 90th birthday surprise.
After seeing Dr. Roshani Patel for a second opinion about her breast tumor Boudreau says, "It wasn't until we were walking out of that appointment that I finally felt at ease. We had a plan."
How a sophisticated new treatment at Dartmouth-Hitchcock enabled southern NH resident Judith Becker to receive an "incompatible" kidney from her son, and "get her life back."
Susan Wheeler is a volunteer at D-H Manchester. She never expected that the impact of that important job would have such an impact on her, personally.