Five nurses employed by Dartmouth Health have been honored for their work with Excellence in Nursing Awards from New Hampshire Magazine and the New Hampshire Nurses Association.
A Cheshire nurse comes home to a culture of caring and teamwork.
Reassigned Cheshire nurses rose to meet the moment during the most recent COVID-19 surge. Many loved their new positions: they stayed, or expanded their own.
While Cheshire boasts many scrub-wearing superheroes among our nursing ranks, many nurses report to work wearing “normal” clothes—and all sorts of different hats.
While many of Cheshire’s nurses care for hospitalized patients, this small but mighty team partners with our community to ensure our patients continue to recover well after they leave.
The nurses who form Cheshire's SANE team provide specialized, trauma-informed care to people who have been sexually assaulted.
Shawn LaFrance, MSUP, MPH, a participant in Cheshire’s DEIB Program Committee, explains why their work is vital to meeting our Medical Center’s mission and outlines the group’s goals for the coming year.
On Tuesday, March 2, ahead of President Joe Biden’s joint address to Congress, Rep. Annie Kuster (NH-02) met with her virtual State of the Union Guest, frontline nurse Noah Clay, RN, an Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse at Cheshire Medical Center.
Now an overnight shift nursing supervisor, Bridget sought greener grass during the first winter COVID-19 surge, but chose to return to her home away from home.
Congratulations to the seventeen Cheshire Medical Center physicians named by their peers in New Hampshire Magazine’s 2022 “Top Doctors” publication.