Patient Care

Therapeutic harp practitioner Margaret Stephens playing the harp

The healing benefits of a harp

Therapeutic harp practitioner Margaret Stephens talks about the healing effects of this ancient instrument

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A day in the life of cardiac rehabilitation nurse manager Kristen Frechette, RN

How one Dartmouth Health nurse helps give cardiac patients the confidence to go back and do the things they love.

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DHMC's stroke team

Innovations in stroke care - from heart to head

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center's stroke team provides expert care for patients throughout northern New England.

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What to know about interpreter services

Here's what you need to know about the importance of using trained interpreters for your healthcare.

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Long COVID research and peer support lead to hope and “Grit”

When research on Long COVID was in its early stages, the Post-Acute COVID Syndrome Clinic at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center took a patient-centered approach to learning about, treating and supporting people with Long COVID symptoms.

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Celebrating our volunteers during National Volunteer Week - April 16-22

Join us in celebrating our Dartmouth Health volunteers and their gifts of service.

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Remembering Jim Squires, MD, and his early contributions to Dartmouth Health

The late Jim Squires, MD, a general and vascular surgeon—and New Hampshire native—had a vision that would set the stage for a partnership connecting world-class healthcare throughout southern New Hampshire.

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Cancer survivors

Coping through the emotional impact of cancer treatment and beyond

Clinical health psychologist, Sivan Rotenberg, PhD, presents ways to cope with the ups and downs of cancer treatment and into survivorship.

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