Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center hires Tracy Galvin, MSN, RN, as next chief nursing officer
Following a national search, Dartmouth Health's Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) announces that Tracy Galvin, MSN, RN, will be its next chief nursing officer.
Dartmouth Health observes Hospitals Against Violence #HAVhope Friday, a national day of awareness to end violence in hospitals and health care settings
Hospitals Against Violence is an initiative of the American Hospital Association.
“A true hero among us”: Dartmouth Health cardiology fellow honored for saving life of man who crashed vehicle during cardiac arrest
For one Enfield, NH, man, what could have been the last day of his life happened in the right place at the right time.
Dartmouth Health, American Heart Association team up to save lives by providing CPR training kits to New Hampshire schools
The American Heart Association's newly upgraded CPR in Schools Training Kit™ enables students to learn the lifesaving skills of CPR in just one class period.
Rural healthcare crisis discussed during Live roundtable
CEOs from leading New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont health systems discussed the unique and growing challenges faced in rural Northeast.
A look back at the past year: What we've learned about mental health and what remains to be done
The latest segment of the "Heads Up" webinar series looks back and discusses what was learned.
“Heads Up: A Year-Long Mental Health Awareness Journey” concludes series with look back in Dartmouth Health webinar
Webinar is the 13th and final in a year-long monthly series on mental health awareness.
Four Dartmouth Health nurses recognized among New Hampshire’s best at 2023 Excellence in Nursing Awards
Held in partnership with the New Hampshire Nurses Association, this event celebrates the unique talents, skills and contributions of Granite State nurses to the health and wellbeing of their communities.
Northern New England health system CEOs to address rural healthcare crisis during live roundtable May 22
Topics addressed will include academic healthcare in rural New England, the impact of workforce, housing, payer, regulatory and inflation challenges, and innovations that preserve and improve access to high-quality care.
This Stroke Awareness Month, learn tips for living well after stroke from a Dartmouth Health occupational therapist
Occupational therapy offers many tools for survivors and their families to reclaim some normalcy, achieve fuller function and autonomy, and find new ways of doing things.