At the Dartmouth-Hitchcock HIV Program, our goal is to help you be as healthy as you can be, provide quality healthcare services, and work with other providers in your community to help meet your healthcare needs. This includes:
- Providing medical care and counseling to people with HIV and AIDS.
- Educating students, doctors, and support staff in the latest care.
- Conducting research to bring you the best therapies possible.
- Working with state and federal agencies, nonprofit foundations, local organizations, and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) community to strengthen community-based HIV care and prevention.
We have clinics in Bedford, Lebanon, and Nashua, New Hampshire. One of our providers is available to see you in Brattleboro, Vermont. For more information on our locations, see Appointments and Referrals.
You may contact the HIV Program at RegionalHIVProgram@Hitchcock.ORG.
About HIV and AIDS
For more information about HIV, prevention, and statistics, please refer to the following topics on the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) website:
- About HIV/AIDS: On overview topic on HIV basics.
- HIV Prevention: Tools that are available to prevent HIV.
- HIV Basic Statistics: A broad overview of HIV data and its effects in the United States and globally.
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Vermont Department of Health
U.S. Government resources
- AIDS Service Organizations in New Hampshire and Vermont (The Body)
- New England AIDS Education and Training Center
- The Body - Resources on support groups, treatment, prevention, and the latest news from the AIDS community
- Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force
- Nashua Health Department
- Manchester Health Department
- Greater Manchester AIDS Project