Tatiana Lamia is a physician so when she began her pregnancy journey, she was sure she wanted a doctor to provide her care. "CenteringPregnancy" changed everything about her birth experience.
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.
Disappointed with their first infertility clinic experience, Laura Montenegro and her husband Frankie found the professionalism and personal attention they sought at D-H Bedford's infertility clinic.
Navid Esfandiari, MD, in vitro fertilization (IVF) has brought new IVF services to D-H and, in a unique partnership, helped reestablish the University of Vermont College of Medicine's IVF lab.
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.