Dan Jantzen, CFO for Dartmouth-Hitchcock/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health

Dan Jantzen, our Chief Financial Officer, talks about our system’s financial health and why it matters.

Steve Paris, MD

Learn more about our 15-year relationship between D-H and Catholic Medical Center, which is the foundation for our proposed combination between D-HH and GraniteOne Health.

Jess Lussier with the Cheshire TeleED

D-HH Connected Care expands capabilities for the continuum of care with Cheshire Medical Center.


APD Go-live team

Take a look at pictures from our colleagues at APD who worked tirelessly to make their eD-H "go-live" so successful.

Courtney Tanner, the Director of Government Relations, Vice President of Policy and Federal Affairs Alison MacDonald and Vice President of Government Relations, Matthew Houde

The Government Relations team ensures that D-H is part of the policy discussions at the State Houses in Concord and Montpelier, and at the federal level in Washington, D.C.

Doug Williamson, MD, Pediatrician, APD

Doug Williamson, MD, reflects on his 21-year career, his colleagues and the personal patient experience at Alice Peck Day.

Nelson Hayden and David Burrows

Cheshire Medical Center’s addiction treatment services through the state’s NH Doorway program shines a light on substance use disorders.

Aimee Giglio, right, with Belinda Peavey, center

Aimee Giglio, our Chief Human Resources Officer, talks about how she and her team are working to inspire and support employee engagement across the D-HH System.

Employee applause

Here are some of the accomplishments, awards and recognitions from employees and volunteers across the D-HH system.

Safety huddle at D-H

D-HH and D-H have established a multiple-tier committee model to ensure quality and safety alignment throughout the D-HH System.

Janice and Toby Jasmin

Toby Jasmin, a Mt. Ascutney patient, and his wife, Janice, share his story about the life-saving care received at DHMC and quality-of-life-saving care at Mt. Ascutney’s Rehabilitation Center.

Student panelists from the Youth Summit.

Nearly 350 high school students from across New Hampshire wrestled with pressing challenges teenagers face today during Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health’s Youth Summit 2019 in Concord on April 5-6.