Safety and Prevention
Physical activity is a foundation of good health and well-being but people with low bone mass must exercise with intention and care. Learn more from Sharil Cass, PT, DPT, who teaches people with osteoporosis safe exercise and movement.
April is National Donate Life month and staff at Cheshire Medical Center are especially proud to support this campaign each year because a single donor can help so many people, including their own family.
Victims of violence require care from nurses specially trained to treat trauma, collect evidence and provide legal testimony, when necessary. Cheshire’s forensic nurses take a holistic, respectful, trauma-informed approach to caring for survivors.
As classes end and the pandemic wanes locally, it is time to catch up on your kids' essential preventative care, from screenings and shots to behavioral and mental health assistance.
The nurses who form Cheshire's SANE team provide specialized, trauma-informed care to people who have been sexually assaulted.
Cheshire Medical Center asks for patience, kindness, and proactive care while an influx of critically ill patients strains operations, causing the slowing or suspension of some services.
Amid a drastic increase in COVID-19 patients, Cheshire's infectious disease and community health experts address vaccination hesitancy and misconceptions while asking all community members to take personal safety measures.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Addresses New Hampshire’s Growing COVID-19 Crisis, Vaccine Hesitancy, and Provides Health System Update
System leaders made urgent plea to Granite Staters to get vaccinated
As the COVID-19 Pandemic Reaches New Heights, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Calls on Community to Do its Part to Unburden Strained Hospitals in New Hampshire by Getting Vaccinated
Healthcare system launches vaccine education campaign as part of continued efforts to combat COVID-19
Cheshire suspends some services as New Hampshire sees highest COVID-19 rate in the nation, with an increasing need for hospitalization due to severe illness.