From the moment the first case of COVID-19 in our region was diagnosed at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and the Geisel School of Medicine moved its curricula online, to the ongoing protests against endemic racism in America, our faculty, students, caregivers, and neighbors have stepped up.
When COVID-19 threatened to deplete supplies of PPE, the community responded.
An academic-industry collaboration has put a new, low-cost COVID-19 test on the fast track.
Within a month of its launch, the D-HH COVID-19 Community Relief Fund was benefiting people in need.
No one chooses when to get cancer—which makes this year’s Virtual Prouty more important than ever.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center was one of the first 20 sites worldwide participating in clinical trials of remdesivir.
The mental health crisis in America doesn’t discriminate. It affects young and old, wealthy and poor, urban and […]
For MD students at the Geisel School of Medicine, community service is an integral part of their medical […]
After 30 years of marriage, Janet Miller Haines could tell when her husband, Richard, was troubled or in […]
Shuaibu “Sha” Ali ’21 and Kenny Williams ’21 share a passion for medicine and a vision of a […]
“You wouldn’t tell someone with diabetes to ‘snap out of it.’ Mental illness is a health problem, not a weakness.”
First she clapped her hands. Then she tapped her head. Recognizing herself on the telemedicine screen, 7-year-old Megan […]
When Norris Cotton Cancer Center North (NCCCN) opened in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, in 2005, the staff assumed it […]
Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) opened a 10-bed Neurocritical Care Unit in July 2019, becoming the first hospital in New Hampshire […]
By Lisa Marsch, PhD Across the globe, one in four people struggle with a mental health problem, and […]
No one should have to wait weeks for help for a mental health issue, and no one should […]
West Health Awards $3M to Dartmouth-Hitchcock for Partnered Project Emergency care sits at the crossroads of health care. […]
The J. Brian and Allie J. Quinn Scholars Fund was established by the Quinn family in 2018 to […]
As former emergency medical technicians (EMTs) in rural communities, Nick Valentini ’20 (D’13) and Karissa LeClair ’21 arrived […]
Residents of rural regions need health care solutions that will benefit them today, and in the years to […]