On Tuesday, October 11, at 4 pm, Dartmouth Health will host a free webinar offering information on the bivalent booster vaccines, which will be open to the community.
Dartmouth Health partners with New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility to promote mental wellness in the workplace
An October 11 webinar featuring Philip Adamo, MD, MPH, medical director of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Dartmouth Health kicks off this program.
Dartmouth Health’s Addiction Treatment Program is one of 18 sites participating in a five-year, nationwide study testing strategies that help new patients stay in treatment and stable patients to end treatment safely when ready.
Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital partners with Dartmouth Health to provide emergency care through telemedicine
24/7 service enhances emergency care and helps keep patients and families close to home.
This month, during Suicide Prevention Month, we’re taking a step back to look at how we can be a part of the solution for the young people in our lives who are struggling.
How parents and other adults can help struggling youth discussed in latest Heads Up Dartmouth Health webinar
Webinar is the fifth in a year-long monthly series on mental health awareness
September marks both National Vascular Disease and PAD awareness months.
Valley Regional Hospital and Dartmouth Health to Host Public Listening Session on Proposed Affiliation
Marking the next phase in a longstanding clinical and administrative collaboration, Valley Regional Hospital and Dartmouth Health recently signed a letter of intent (LOI) to affiliate.
Dartmouth Health CEO and president discusses rural healthcare, leadership on “HealthLeaders Podcast”
Joanne Conroy, MD, CEO and president of Dartmouth Health discusses the benefits and challenges of leading a rural health system, her four tenets of leadership, and advice for future leaders.
“Antiracist efforts must be embraced by all neurologists”: Study led by Dartmouth Health neurologist states racism to blame for unequal health outcomes for Black Americans
A new study led by neurologist Nathaniel M. Robbins, MD, at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) found that neurodisparities in the Black community are the result of structural racism in the field of neurology.