Parents with a sick child often face an impossible choice: staying with their child or going to work in order to keep their job.
On April 19, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center celebrated construction and community when a beam that will be part of the new Patient Pavilion was delivered to the main mall and everyone was invited to sign it.
Year after year, our donors move us with their kindness and generosity, and we are so grateful to every one of them. Here are a few of their stories.
A transformative gift supports pediatricians with the resources they need to immediately address the behavioral health issues they see in their patients.
Again and again, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is forced to send patients elsewhere for care, simply because there aren’t enough beds. This past summer, Dartmouth-Hitchcock took a major step in addressing this problem, breaking ground for a new Patient Pavilion.
After 30 years of marriage, Janet Miller Haines could tell when her husband, Richard, was troubled or in […]
Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) opened a 10-bed Neurocritical Care Unit in July 2019, becoming the first hospital in New Hampshire […]
The J. Brian and Allie J. Quinn Scholars Fund was established by the Quinn family in 2018 to […]
Nancy Morrell is a dedicated supporter of the Child Advocacy and Protection Program (CAPP) at the Children’s Hospital […]
Philanthropic gifts from four families totaling $7 million will accelerate the growth of Dartmouth’s Center for Global Health […]
Neonatal intensive care units (NICU) have greatly reduced newborn mortality and morbidity, but many aspects of care quality, […]