The Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program was awarded a New England March of Dimes Quality Improvement Grant to improve quality and safety of care to pregnant women with substance use disorders.
A patient helped Dr. Regan Theiler realize it was time to "move from thinking to acting" in the continuity of prenatal care.
The Domestic Violence Task Force, in partnership with WISE, is helping educate staff and spread the word to victims, that there is hope and support within the Dartmouth-Hitchcock health care system.
For someone with Stephanie's condition to be pregnant was a big deal. Only two cases had been reported in the world. Regardless of the risks, she wanted to have a baby.
May 11 - 17 is National Women's Health Week. Learn what screenings you need and when you need them.
FORT-T, a new study on women 38 and over, shows they are twice as likely to become pregnant through in vitro fertilization versus other methods.