Stay Strong. Masks On.
Northern New Englanders have the drive and determination to handle just about anything. The COVID-19 pandemic has tested our willpower – but we have what it takes to get through this.
We are strong to the core
See how our community embodies the spirit of resiliency every single day.
He found the strength to hug his loved ones again.
In April, Elizeu entered Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center with COVID-19. He needed critical care and a ventilator. After fighting for his life for 16 days, he left the hospital to embrace his loved ones again. Elizeu, describing his care team, says, “My eternal gratitude to these professionals…protect them in this battlefront where they are fundamental.”
He goes where his care is needed.
Michael S. Douglass, RN, a U.S. Army Reserve Captain, was called to duty in March as part of Operation Gotham. He spent 10 weeks providing critical support in the epicenter of the pandemic: New York City. “I'm a nurse and a soldier—and the country was in need,” says Douglass. “I was proud to respond on both a personal and professional level.”
She’s following a life-long dream to make a difference.
Jennifer Kiser, DPT, always wanted to work in medicine. Now she feels rewarded seeing her patients achieve their goals, like walking better, getting stronger, or breathing easier. “I know each day I make a difference in some small way,” says Jennifer. “I can’t see myself doing anything else.”
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