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."
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."
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.