Cheshire’s midwifery, labor and delivery teams balance providing safe and comforting care for moms with rigorous COVID-19 safety precautions.
David Duffy was always a hard worker. He didn’t have time to go to the doctor or exercise or watch what he ate. By age 50, he was 465 pounds and stressed to his limit.
A retired doctor has recovered from a serious heart attack thanks to the help from doctors at Cheshire Medical Center and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
An occupational therapist suffering from breast cancer recovered thanks to Cheshire Medical Center and joined the staff there.
Caring for aging loved ones can be difficult. Here are some tips that can help you.
Work hardening is a conditioning program to help workers get back to work healthy and able to prevent injury in the future.
Whether the need is acute inpatient therapy, or outpatient therapy, Cheshire Medical Center provides adults and adolescents comprehensive individualized care to help patients achieve their rehabilitation goals and get back to what matters to them.
The Cheshire Doulas are a group of highly-trained volunteers who provide birthing parents with free, continuous physical, emotional, and informational support during labor.
A patient at Cheshire Medical Center outlines her recovery from cancer.