Healthy Living Series

We're committed to providing information on health topics important to you straight from our doctors and medical professionals.

Healthy Living Series events are hosted by online webinars or in person at one of our facilities.

Upcoming events

Healthy Living Series: State of the Heart
Wednesday, February 22, 2023
6 to 7 pm
Virtual event

See all of our upcoming HLS events

The Healthy Living Series (HLS) provides live monthly events focused on a single health topic and presented by our healthcare providers. In addition to spotlighting our providers and services, HLS events spotlight our community partners to ensure that you have all the necessary resources to make important healthcare decisions for you and your family.

Past events

Catch up on all of our past events by viewing the full HLS video playlist.

Intimate Partner Violence: Facts, Medical Resources and Support

Recorded October 18, 2022

Valerie Valant, MD, OB/GYN at Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinics Concord, and Kayte Gilmore, Youth and Outreach Advocate at the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire (CCCNH) taught:

The signs of domestic violence:

  • How healthcare providers support survivors.
  • How you can support a loved one in crisis.
  • How domestic violence impacts entire communities.
  • Where to find resources and how to get help.

The Importance of Screening for Colorectal Cancer

Recorded March 22, 2022

Lynn Butterly, MD and Gabriel Brooks, MD discussed colorectal cancer screening tests, and how they can detect and prevent serious disease. They also discussed treatment options if cancer is found.

Back to Basics: Food As Health Care

Recorded March 9, 2022

Auden McClure, MD; Richard Rothstein, MD; and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Rima Itani Al-Nimr, MS, RDN, LD discussed the link between food and your well-being, recent research on how food can prevent disease, and debunking common nutrition myths.

Heart Health in a Pandemic

Recorded February 23, 2022

Kerrilynn Hennessey, MD, discussed why it's important to "know your numbers," understanding contributing factors of heart disease, and how the pandemic has impacted heart health risk factors.