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Our Employee Resource Groups: fostering connections in the community

Employee Resource Groups at Dartmouth Health are creating a sense of belonging for employees and bridging partnerships in the community.

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Patient Pavilion Patient Family Lounge, Level 4

Expanding our ability to meet the needs of northern New England's most seriously ill patients

The 240,000-square-foot expansion adds 64 patient beds, increasing Dartmouth Health's ability to care for the region's most seriously ill patients.

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New resources for patients and loved ones in the new DHMC Patient Pavilion

The new Patient Pavilion in DHMC elevates, extends and enhances Dartmouth Health’s commitment to patient- and family-centered care.

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Artwork in the new DHMC Patient Pavilion enhances the healing environment

The opening of the new DHMC Patient Pavilion in May 2023 continues that leadership in tapping into the healing power of art.

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New Discharge Lounge at DHMC

Expanded discharge lounge to open in new Patient Pavilion, increasing access

The large, bright and airy space will accommodate up to 15 patients, tripling the capacity of the current Discharge Lounge.

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Richard Saunders, MD, and Michelle Graham, RN

With new MSCU, DHMC will deliver critically needed stepdown care

When Dartmouth Health's new Patient Pavilion in Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center opens in May 2023, it will add an entirely new—and much-needed—department: the Medical Specialty Care Unit (MSCU).

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Responding to the region's growing need for heart and vascular care

Cardiac care in this region will get a boost with the opening of Dartmouth Health's new DHMC Patient Pavilion in May 2023.

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Amid increased public attention to cardiac arrest, Dartmouth Health's Heart & Vascular Center offers life-saving advice

"Recognizing a cardiac arrest, calling 911 immediately, performing CPR and using an AED as soon as it is available are critical for survival," said Mariell Jessup, MD, FAHA, chief science and medical officer of the American Heart Association.

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Department of Spiritual Health: transforming spiritual care

Addressing the importance of spiritual wellness in the overall health of a person, the DHMC Chaplaincy Department has changed its name.

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Happy 10th birthday, Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinics Heater Road

Building the Heater Road ambulatory care center provided easier access to outpatient services and made it possible to co-locate services that allowed for better care coordination.

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