Joanne's Journal Digest
Joanne's Journal Digest - Giving Back
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health has purposefully invested in our communities in ways that many of you may not be aware of.
Joanne’s Journal Digest: Winter Wonderland
Watching and reading about the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, we are reminded that we live in a winter wonderland ourselves here in northern New England, and despite the ongoing pandemic, we should take time to enjoy it.
Joanne's Journal Digest: Plant-based Diets
Physical Therapist Jason Godsell, Physician Assistant Cheryl Elinsky and Registered Dietitian and Health Coach Heather Wolfe share their journeys and guidance on how they've adopted a plant-based diet and how they guide others to do the same.
Joanne’s Journal Digest: Remembering 9/11 – 20 Years Later
Joanne M. Conroy, MD, CEO and president of D-HH, recognizes the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and recalls her experiences on that day.
Joanne's Journal Digest - May 2021
There's no question that we are all tired from the pandemic. I am purposefully starting to do things differently during this time of reclaiming normalcy.
Joanne's Journal Digest - Protecting Yourself from Cyberattacks
Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Information Technology Security team offers some reminders for each of us to follow when online.
Joanne's Journal Digest - October 2020
Alison MacDonald, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health’s Government Relations Vice President for Policy and Federal Affairs discusses why your vote matters and where to find information about the candidates seeking election this year.
Joanne's Journal Digest: D-HH is Open and Safe
We want you to know that our hospitals and clinics are very safe. Our commitment to health and safety is the reason behind the steps we've taken in response to COVID-19.
A Time Unlike Any Other
Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health CEO and President Joanne M. Conroy, MD, shares a message to staff and the public on the social unrest across the nation.
Joanne's Journal Digest: Food Deserts. Food Insecurity.
I became especially interested in food deserts when I learned more about them in our state. New Hampshire is a state that struggles with both urban and rural food deserts.