Our Patients. Their Stories.
Thanks to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Birthing Pavilion staff's expertise delivering babies during COVID-19, the Collins' family got a lot of appreciated attention welcoming their new son Rhett.
Thanks to the partnership between CHaD Pediatric Neurologist Richard P. Morse, MD, and Olivia's mom, Elizabeth, she is able to thrive living with GLUT1 DS, a rare genetic condition.
Blike donated one of his kidneys through the National Kidney Registry's Voucher Program to help his son, who will need a kidney transplant in the future.
Adam Dumont tells his story of a devastating motorcycle accident and the care he received at Dartmouth-Hitchcock to help him recover.
Four years after completing treatment for colon cancer, Dia Draper reflects on life in survivorship and the complex emotions and changes in life perspective that come along with surviving a serious illness.
After a serious fall off his bike, 12-year-old Seth Corbeil spent a few weeks in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at CHaD, right in the midst of COVID-19.
After experiencing months of fatigue, shortness of breath and increasing heart palpitations, especially when she ran, Pamela Driscoll was pretty sure something was seriously wrong.
A family vacation to New England, turned into two-month stay at DHMC for Prateek Mohanty after being diagnosed with meningitis and ventriculitis.
D-H Dermatologist Jonathan Glass, turns to a colleague to treat his skin cancer using Mohs surgery.
Twelve-year-old Alliyah St. Julus, of Manchester, NH, waited most of her sixth-grade year for the chance to try out for the track team—despite living with sickle cell anemia.