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.
Colleen Elder, part of Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Transportation team, was there when Sarah Freeman, a complete stranger, needed her most.
Shea Vanier found her way to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program after becoming addicted to heroin. It was just the wakeup call she needed.
Disappointed with their first infertility clinic experience, Laura Montenegro and her husband Frankie found the professionalism and personal attention they sought at D-H Bedford's infertility clinic.
Restoring one family's faith in health care