Expanding knowledge and capabilities in treating strokes through Dartmouth-Hitchcock's telemedicine program made the difference in treating a patient.
Nineteen-year-old Jesse Ross, born with persistent pulmonary hypertension, is hiking the 2,185 miles of the Appalachian Trail for CHaD.
Research shows that patients feel and do better when surrounded by soothing artwork.
Inviting patients to participate in complex decisions about their treatment not only leads to engagement but also to better choices.
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.
After a bad experience, the Blood Donor Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock helped this patient regain her confidence, and put a smile back on her face.