Health + Wellness

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Female athlete triad: Understand the symptoms and solutions

This medical condition can negatively affect physically active females, often as a result of overtraining.

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From left, Kelli-Ann M. Abbott, DPT, PT, and Haley P. Bordner, OTR/L, ATP, pictured here in Cheshire’s inpatient rehabilitation unit, helped to secure funding that will benefit staff and patients.

Cheshire Medical Center receives $750K in congressional funding for robotic technology in inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation

Dartmouth Health received $3.1M in overall funding

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Dartmouth Health adds 26 new providers from multiple disciplines across health system

Physicians, advanced practice professionals now accepting new patients

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Cheshire Medical Center invests in advanced breast imaging technology and improved patient experience

The new device enhances the hospital’s ability to detect breast cancer early, reduces false positives and improves patient experience.

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The importance of advance care planning

Few want to burden loved ones with difficult decisions during times of emotional distress. You make decisions about your care for yourself by creating an advance care directive and designating a healthcare agent while you’re able.

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Cheshire Medical Center acquires its first robotic surgical platform

Cheshire Medical Center, a Dartmouth Health member, has acquired its first ever robotic surgical platform, which will be used in hundreds of minimally invasive surgeries each year.

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How volunteering at Cheshire helped me fight loneliness

After George Scholl retired from Electronic Imaging Materials, Inc. in Keene, he started looking for ways to stay active. Five years ago, he decided to volunteer at Cheshire Medical Center — and it changed his life.

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