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Byline: By Rick Jurgens

The illness and physical distancing of the COVID-19 pandemic have especially challenged thousands of New Hampshire residents with mental illness...

Nursing homes begin testing regime

6/15/20

New Hampshire officials, intent on reducing death and illness among nursing home residents who have borne the brunt of the state’s COVID-19...

Nursing homes feel staff shortage

5/24/20

COVID-19 has killed dozens of residents of New Hampshire nursing homes and set off a scramble to find and keep on the job the caregivers and other...

COVID-19, the lethal viral disease that can spread rapidly through facilities where residents gather to eat, sleep, work or socialize, has so far...

The health insurance market in New Hampshire, where a majority of residents are covered by employers’ group plans, could face big challenges as...

WEST LEBANON — The novel coronavirus stalking America’s nursing homes poses a severe threat to the elderly, ailing and disabled people who live in...

NH still lags on testing capacity

4/8/20

New Hampshire officials and caregivers are struggling to accelerate and expand testing to detect the highly contagious and sometimes lethal COVID...

LEBANON — Images of hospitals and caregivers inundated by a wave of seriously ill patients in New York City and other COVID-19 hot spots raise...

Lebanon — In a nation where health care costs are too high and outcomes and quality too often disappoint, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Chief Executive James...

Lebanon — Norris Cotton Cancer Center leaders and supporters are offering new assurances that money raised through the Prouty, the center...

D-H Finances Are on Path to Recovery

2/16/17

Lebanon — Revenue fell just short of recurring operating expenses during the most recent quarter at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, but at the end of December...

HR Head Announces Exit From DHMC

2/10/17

Lebanon — The exodus of top executives from Dartmouth-Hitchcock continues, with an announcement that today will be Chief Human Resources Officer...

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