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COVID-19 News Updates
“The Last Line Separating the Sick from the Dead:” Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center ICU Medical Director Reflects on Hardships of Being a Healthcare Worker Directly Treating COVID-19 Patients
Jeffrey C. Munson, MD, MSCE, vowed to care for anyone who comes into DHMC's MICU with COVID-19, no matter what it takes.
“Wake up, America, This is Preventable:” DHMC Frontline Workers Address Ongoing COVID-19 Crisis From ICU
Video from inside hospital intensive care unit features unvaccinated patient pleading for others to take COVID-19 seriously
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.
A personal pro-mask narrative from Charles (Chuck) Cappetta, MD, pediatrician at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock
“Among the Most Influential Voices in Public Health”: D-H and D-HH CEO and President Joanne M. Conroy, MD, Named Citizen of the Year by New Hampshire Union Leader
The Union Leader wrote that Conroy has been “among the most influential voices in public health since the beginning of the pandemic, leading New Hampshire’s largest hospital system and private employer."
As Omicron Variant and Holiday Season Converge, “The Cure Podcast” Tackles Latest COVID-19 Updates, How to Celebrate Safely
As of this week, Omicron is the dominant strain of the virus in the United States, accounting for 73 percent of active cases.
Norris Cotton Cancer Center Encourages People with Cancer, their Care Partners to Receive COVID-19 and Flu Vaccines
People with active cancer or a history of cancer, as well as their care partners and anyone who comes in contact with cancer patients are strongly encouraged to receive COVID-19 and flu vaccinations.
“We Don’t Have a Lot Left to Give:” DHMC Nurses Illustrate Stark Reality of Current COVID-19 Surge in New Video
In New Hampshire, COVID-19 case counts are soaring, hospital beds are filling, and healthcare workers – the same who were hailed as heroes just under two years ago – are nearing the brink of exhaustion.
Every year, the common cold and the flu circulate in our communities, primarily in the fall and winter months, and make many people sick.
CHaD Section Chief of Pediatrics Susanne E. Tanski, MD, answers questions about vaccinating children ages 5 to 11.