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Dartmouth Health provides advice to keep your family safe this tick season

A mild winter in northern New England means deer ticks are back earlier than usual.

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Five Dartmouth Health nurses win Excellence in Nursing Awards

Five Dartmouth Health nurses win Excellence in Nursing Awards

Five nurses employed by Dartmouth Health have been honored for their work with Excellence in Nursing Awards from New Hampshire Magazine and the New Hampshire Nurses Association.

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Valley Regional Hospital partners with Dartmouth Health to provide neonatal care, neurology and psychiatry services via telemedicine

Services complement local care and provide patients with prompt access to specialty care

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As COVID-19 transitions to the endemic phase, “The Cure Podcast” talks about what comes next

On the latest episode of Dartmouth Health’s “The Cure Podcast,” host Jessica L. Swain spoke with Michael S. Calderwood, MD, MPH, chief quality officer at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

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Dartmouth Health to host career fair Wednesday, May 11, at the Hilton-Garden Inn, Lebanon, NH

The in-person event will include information and onsite interviews for all positions at all Dartmouth Health member locations.

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Dartmouth Health hosting numerous opportunities for community education, engagement this Mental Health Awareness Month

May 2022 kicks off year-long mental health awareness series connected to upcoming book by John T. Broderick Jr., Dartmouth Health Senior Director of External Affairs.

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Educational series from Dartmouth Health to discuss health impacts of climate change

In its next Project ECHO educational series, Dartmouth Health seeks to educate healthcare providers and the public to advocate effectively and appropriately to reduce the effects of climate change on health.

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