"Everything we need is in one place."
"What I discovered about myself is that, at my core, I have a positive approach to life. I went into it expecting that things would work out and the treatment would be fast and effective and it was."
When Ronald Parshley was first told he had a possible heart condition, he didn't put much thought into it and continued to work two jobs.
When Dan Shaw's wife was moving to hospice for her final days, she said she wanted him to become a volunteer at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, to give back to the doctors and nurses who provided her care.
Diane Cochran has dutifully been coming to DHMC's Comprehensive Wound Healing Center two to three times a week to treat her venous stasis ulcers.
In May 2014, Rosemary Meeks started having "weird symptoms," and went to Dr. Stefan Holubar for help.