Here are some of the accomplishments, awards and recognition from employees and volunteers across the D-HH system.
The Circle of Gratitude is a philanthropic program to help patients and loved ones express their gratitude and emotional connection after care.
An additional $2 million gift to establish an operating endowment for the Jack Byrne Center helps to ensure that its special programs and services remain available to patients, families and the community.
Volunteers from the medical center and other professionals within the community work with Cheshire’s labor and delivery to team to give mothers the best birthing experience possible.
D-H is looking at how we can use our business operations to improve community conditions for people affected by poverty, discrimination and other social barriers to well-being.
D-H donated 207 turkeys for the Upper Valley Haven annual Turkey Day event.
Mt. Ascutney Hospital staff have a long-standing history of generosity and community spirit, particularly for those that find themselves challenged by difficult times.
The pharmacy’s goal is to provide patients and visitors with a thoughtful and comprehensive set of services.
A combined D-H and APD steering committee works to provide access to inpatient beds and operating rooms.
TAPP aims to increase the availability of needed hospital beds and services at DHMC.
Made up of nine departments, the D-H's Supply Chain Division helps D-HH employees to buy the equipment, supplies and service contracts they need at the best possible value.