D-H is testing a new device that could change the way doctors treat patients with heart disease.
On July 21, Dartmouth-Hitchcock certified 11 Blackbelts and D-H's first Master Blackbelt, the highest level of process-improvement certification awarded by D-H's Value Institute.
For many, and perhaps even most patients, pain plays a major role in how they define their hospital experience.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock is at the forefront of a prototype for medical education in Haiti that trains physicians to help heal their country.
The new surgical treatment at D-H is called auto islet cell transplantation. For patients like Jennifer Bowen, it means no more pain and no diabetes.
A new procedure at D-H offers an alternative treatment to patients suffering from chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease.