Patient Care

Clinical nurse caring for COVID-19 patient

DHMC Staff Reflect on Current COVID-19 Surge

On January 3, D-HH Chief Clinical Officer Ed Merrens, MD; DHMC MICU Medical Director Jeffrey Munson, MD; and DHMC Clinical Nurse Rachel Chamberlin, RN; were interviewed by the Associated Press about their experiences caring for COVID-19 patients.

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Blood donor program

Blood Donations Urgently Needed

The national blood supply is facing critical shortages and we are feeling the effects at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Please consider donating.

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Care partners

ConnectShareCare: Online Peer Support for Care Partners of Those with Serious Illness

ConnectShareCare offers an online support network co-designed by both professionals and those with personal experience in caring for someone with serious illness.

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Courtney Vorachak

Substance Use Disorder Treatment Gains Visibility with Recovery Ally Pledge

Recovery Ally pins are a personal pledge taken by Emergency Department staff who encounter patients in need of substance use disorder treatment.

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Lynn Butterly

Preventing Colorectal Cancer through Screening

While colonoscopy can be used for the prevention or early detection of colon and rectal cancer, there are other screening options.

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Update to myD-H - Tests Results are Available Sooner

We understand how important your health information is to you and your family. Which is why you will now see your test results in your myD-H account sooner.

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Joga Ivatury, MD, in clinic

Colorectal Cancer Treatment Today and Tomorrow

The best possible treatment for colorectal cancer is as much excellent surgical technique and clinical treatments as it is actively involving patients in every aspect of the process from diagnosis to survivorship.

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Photo of Emily Lowell, BSN, RN, and Jewelia Chevalier, BSN, RN

Hope in the Birthing Pavilion

After a year of uncertainty, what better way to celebrate than with the hope and joy a new baby brings.

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Understanding Moyamoya

Moyamoya is a rare vascular condition of the brain, which results in an increased risk for a stroke called a TIA or aneurysm, which can lead to short-term or permanent brain injury.

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