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.
Celebrating our volunteers during National Volunteer Week - April 16-22
Join us in celebrating our Dartmouth Health volunteers and their gifts of service.
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.
Dartmouth Health’s Virtual Urgent Care
Sometimes the unexpected happens. Be prepared and download our Virtual Urgent Care app today or add it to your favorites bar on your browser. Registering is easy. Then, we’re only a tap or click away.
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.
Dartmouth Cancer Center announces Complementary Care Program
Dartmouth Cancer Center’s Patient and Family Support Services is now the Complementary Care Program, providing services free of charge to current and former patients and their care partners.
Donor Milk Services Needs Donations
The Women's Health Resource Center provides pasteurized donor human milk for babies and raises awareness about challenges some mothers have producing a reliable milk supply.
Recognizing Our D-H Social Workers
In recognition of National Social Work Month, we spoke with social workers throughout Dartmouth-Hitchcock about their roles helping patients and their families.
Advancing Technology and Remote Care for Cardiac Patients
The Device Clinic at Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Heart & Vascular Center has expanded the availability of innovative devices that improve patient outcomes.
Tracey Peterson, BSN, RN, Wins The DAISY Award
After working as a nurse at Dartmouth-Hitchcock for close to 10 years, Peterson has developed strong relationships with many of her patients.