Child Health

Help children and their families live their happiest, healthiest lives

Children and families at Dartmouth Health Children’s receive expert, compassionate care and benefit from the latest discoveries in child health research. Your gift makes that possible.

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Isabelle’s nurses and doctors not only cared for her, they cared for us as well. We will always be grateful for the care Isabelle received from Dartmouth Health Children’s."

Elizabeth and Richard
Isabelle's parents
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Shop the wish list

You can brighten the days of kids at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (CHaD) with gifts of toys and supplies to help normalize their day, encourage development, and provide distraction during long or uncomfortable procedures.

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Stopping Cancer Before It Starts

Channing is living with Bloom syndrome, a rare, inherited genetic condition associated with heightened sensitivity to the sun and small stature. More ominously, people with Bloom syndrome have a radically higher risk of developing cancer—as much as 300 times that of the general population.

Channing Connor doesn’t let Bloom syndrome keep him on the bench.

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Hearts in Action

It’s easy to host your own fundraiser for Dartmouth Health Children's, whether you want to get active, get creative, play games, celebrate a special occasion, honor a loved one, or collect in-kind donations. All proceeds are used to help Dartmouth Health Children's kids and their families.

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Dartmouth Health Children's

Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (CHaD) is New Hampshire's only children's hospital. We offer children and families advanced pediatric services, compassionate care, and comprehensive family resources. With 12 Dartmouth Health Children's locations throughout New Hampshire, care is always close to home.

A woman holds a sleeping infant against her chest. In the baby’s nose is a nasogastric tube.