The Jack Byrne Center for Palliative & Hospice Care offers several common spaces and amenities to guests and their families.
For your health, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) is tobacco-free. Promoting a safe and healthy environment for our employees, patients, visitors, volunteers, and students is essential. Smoking is not allowed inside or outside of the buildings on campus.
The Jack Byrne Center gardens are open to patients, their families, and visitors. A garden in front of the family kitchen and dining room is available for a short stroll or for sitting. For the safety of our patients and visitors, access to the gardens may be restricted after dark and during inclement weather. For the safety of our visitors, we ask that children are supervised at all times.
You may also wish to walk our beautiful medical center grounds. A walking path surrounds the main medical center. The Albert Schweitzer Walking Trail passes near the Jack Byrne Center. It will take you through the woods and can be accessed from the loop road. At the main hospital, a lovely Garden of Hope is located next to the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. There is also a patio and children’s play area off the Dining Room on Level 2.
Lock your car and please do not leave pets or children unattended. If pets or children are found unattended in a car, Security will call the Lebanon Police Department. Cars parked in handicapped spaces must have special state-issued handicapped license plates or window stickers. Parking is not authorized in numbered or reserved lots or spaces. Parking violations can result in vehicles being booted or towed.