Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center's stroke team provides expert care for patients throughout northern New England.
DHMC nationally recognized for commitment to improving cardiac arrest survival rates and stroke care
American Heart Association presents Get With The Guidelines awards for proven dedication to ensuring in-hospital cardiac arrest, stroke patients have access to best practices and life-saving care
DHMC underwent a rigorous onsite review on March 15 and 16, 2022. During the visit, a team of Joint Commission reviewers evaluated compliance with related certification standards.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Earns National Recognition for Efforts to Improve Stroke Treatment
American Heart Association presents Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award to DHMC for commitment to prioritizing quality care for stroke patients
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Stroke Center encourages everyone to know the signs of stroke: using the acronym F.A.S.T. (Face, Arms, Speech, Time) helps you to remember and quickly respond
Two main groups of COVID-19 patients have experienced strokes: people with existing risk factors, including hypertension and diabetes, and relatively healthy, young people with minor COVID-19 symptoms.
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.
Samantha Houle was your typical college sophomore when she had her first stroke in the spring of 2014.