Community Health

Community Health partners with healthcare and other community organizations to improve the health of people in our communities.

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The Farmacy garden helps improve food security in the Upper Valley

Together with public health organizations, town leaders, schools, and community organizations, we complete Community Health Needs Assessments every three years. We work together with our partners to change the behaviors and community conditions that have the greatest impact on health, as detailed in our Community Health Improvement Plan.

To learn more, please refer to the following sections on this page:

Community benefits reports

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New Hampshire community benefits reports

Community health improvement plans

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Community health needs assessments

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Community health team highlights

Child coloring
Project Launch promotes a healthy start for young children and their caregivers

DHMC and Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinics' Community Health team mobilizes and facilitates partnerships between clinical providers, academic experts, and community stakeholders to improve health and wellness. Some of our projects include:

For more information, contact Greg Norman at or 603-653-6849.

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