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Online & Community Resources

The Women's Health Resource Center (WHRC) isn't the only place where women can find support. Many departments at Dartmouth-Hitchcock and local organizations cover issues in women's health.

A mother and her baby

Resources at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

  • Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program: Compassionate care that treats the whole person with the latest therapies.
  • Gynecology: Annual exams, family planning, sexual health, menopause and surgeries.
  • Obstetrics: Information about our pregnancy care, prenatal testing, infertility treatment, high-risk pregnancy care, and labor and delivery at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.
  • Urogynecology: Treatment of pelvic floor disorders, a range of conditions involving the reproductive urinary, and lower digestive systems.

Videos

In the following video, learn more about CenteringPregnancy®, a program that can help you move beyond a strictly clinical situation and experience your pregnancy through a more shared and empowered approach.

In the following video, watch interviews with moms and providers about the many benefits of breastfeeding and the resources available at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.

In the following video, Bonny Whalen, MD, Medical Director of the Newborn Nursery at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) in Lebanon, NH, shares information about caring for your newborn.

In this video, you can learn about:

  • Your baby's first few hours
  • Security in the Birthing Pavilion at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
  • Early tests and procedures
  • Feeding your baby, sleep patterns, and visitors
  • The Period of Purple Crying program
  • Further tests and treatments for your baby
  • Various activities that will take place before you take your baby home

Caring for Your Newborn Video Chapters

Learn more about the DHMC Birthing Pavilion.

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