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The birthing pavilion at dartmouth-hitchcock medical center

Both cost figures are based on claims data from the New Hampshire Comprehensive Healthcare Information System, which is updated on a quarterly basis. All quality data is based on periodic updates to claims and administrative data obtained by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Please see the links above for more detail, as well as our methodology section.
Both cost figures are based on claims data from the New Hampshire Comprehensive Healthcare Information System, which is updated on a quarterly basis. All quality data is based on periodic updates to claims and administrative data obtained by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Please see the links above for more detail, as well as our methodology section.

Dartmouth-hitchcock medical center patient pavilion ground

Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) is the only academic medical center in the U.S. state of New Hampshire. It is headquartered on a 225-acre (91 ha) campus in Lebanon, New Hampshire, in the heart of the Upper Connecticut River Valley. The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is New Hampshire’s only Level I Trauma Center, one of only three in northern New England, and home to the state’s only air ambulance service.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Memorial Hospital (DHMH) is a major tertiary-care referral center for northern New England, with 396 inpatient beds. The New England Alliance for Health is a regional network of hospitals and other health care organizations in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts that share a commitment to finding cost-effective and creative ways to meet the health care needs of each member’s group. DHMH is one of 14 members of the Alliance.
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic, a network of over 900 primary and specialty care doctors spread in New Hampshire and Vermont; Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, one of America’s oldest medical schools; and the Veterans Affairs Regional Medical and Office Center in White River Junction, Vermont, are all part of DHMC.

Thoracic surgery and the comprehensive thoracic oncology

The Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) pediatric residency program is a three-year, fully accredited program that includes both inpatient and outpatient experiences. A strong emphasis on high-value, family-centered treatment is at the heart of our program. Faculty and residents of New Hampshire and Vermont admire the small-town and rural cultures in which they work and live.
General pediatrics, we conclude, is an essential component of delivering comprehensive treatment in every environment. We cultivate the capacity to handle complicated treatment, the confidence to accept ambiguity, and the moral clarity to advocate. We hold trainees to high standards of success, granting them growing autonomy only after they have demonstrated competence and ownership.

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