Healthy Living Series

At Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH), we’re committed to providing information on health topics important to you, straight from our doctors and medical professionals.

Upcoming events

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

See our upcoming HLS events.

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

Past events

Learn about our most recent events on this page. Catch up on all of our past events by viewing the full HLS video playlist.

Supporting a Loved One in a Mental Health Crisis

Recorded December 8, 2021

John Broderick. former Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and Senior Director of External Affairs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health; and Bernie Seifert, Director of Adult Programs at NAMI New Hampshire, discuss how you can support a loved one during a mental health crisis.

Other resources

John Broderick, former Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and Senior Director of External Affairs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health; and Bernie Seifert, Director of Adult Programs at NAMI New Hampshire, discuss how you can support a loved one during a mental health crisis.

Understanding Epilepsy

Recorded November 17, 2021

Dr. George Thomas, Neurologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and Assistant Professor of Neurology at Geisel School of Medicine, talks about the different seizure disorders within an epilepsy diagnosis. He also discusses the causes of these seizure disorders and various treatments, including medications and surgical options.

Dr. George Thomas, Neurologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and Assistant Professor of Neurology at Geisel School of Medicine, talks about the different seizure disorders within an epilepsy diagnosis.

Women's Reproductive Cancers: An overview of cervical, ovarian, and uterine cancers

Recorded October 25, 2021

Dr. Ivy Wilkinson-Ryan, Gynecologic Oncologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, provides an overview of women’s reproductive cancers, including cervical, ovarian, and uterine cancers. In this presentation, she discusses risk factors and prevention methods; symptoms; how to talk to your health care provider about your concerns; and available screening tests and current treatment options.

Dr. Ivy Wilkinson-Ryan, Gynecologic Oncologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, provides an overview of women’s reproductive cancers.

The State We're In: An update on COVID-19, the variants, and the vaccines

Recorded September 27, 2021

If it seems like information about COVID-19 is changing daily, that’s because it is. In the last two months, we’ve seen increased cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire and Vermont and increased hospitalizations. Nearly all of those hospitalized in New Hampshire are individuals who are not fully vaccinated. Looking out one month, modeling suggests that the state of New Hampshire may reach hospitalization levels similar to the peak in January 2021, with similar increases expected in Vermont. How can you keep yourself, your family and your community safe and healthy as we head into cold and flu season?

Join Michael S. Calderwood, MD, MPH, Chief Quality Officer at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, for the latest about COVID-19, the variants and the available vaccines.

Dr. Michael Calderwood, MD, MPH, Chief Quality Officer at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, discusses the latest about COVID-19, the variants and the available vaccines.

Look the Way You Feel: The Facts, the Myths and the Misconceptions of Plastic Surgery

Recorded June 23, 2021

Join Dr. Michael Tantillo, plastic surgeon at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester’s new Ambulatory Surgery Center as he discusses the value of non-invasive treatments like Botox and the restorative role of plastic surgery after aging, pregnancy, weight loss, or cancer treatment.

Meet Our Pediatricians: Concord

Recorded April 8, 2021

A virtual meet and greet with pediatricians who are currently accepting new patients from Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) clinics in Concord, New Hampshire. Whether you are expecting your first newborn or are a family that is new to our community, the care team at CHaD is here for all your child’s medical needs. Learn more about our approach in providing the very best in family-centered care.

Watch this video with Dr. Brittany Silva and Dr. Caitlin Robator, CHaD pediatricians who are currently accepting patients in Concord, New Hampshire.

Meet Our Pediatricians: Manchester and Nashua

Recorded April 7, 2021

A virtual meet and greet with pediatricians who are currently accepting new patients from Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) clinics in Manchester and Nashua, New Hampshire. Whether you are expecting your first newborn or are a family that is new to our community, the care team at CHaD is here for all your child’s medical needs. Learn more about our approach in providing the very best in family-centered care.

Watch this video with Dr. Bridget Olsen, Dr. Andrew Schuman, Dr. Rebecca Murphy, and Dr. Mitchell Frumkin, CHaD pediatricians who are currently accepting patients in Manchester and Nashua, New Hampshire.