COVID-19

Els Dignitti, RN-BC, Jennifer Kelliher, RN and Marielle Drew, BSN, RN

Home Away From Home

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.

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Angie LeFebvre, MSN, BSN, RN, Deb Chamberlain, MSN, Ellen Loughney, BSN, RN

Not All Heroes Wear Capes, Not All Nurses Wear Scrubs

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.

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Susan Szydlo, RN, and Kate Dexter, BSN, RN, ACM-RN

Ambulatory Care Coordinators Bring it all Home

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.

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COVID-19 update: March 17, 2022, Michael Calderwood, MD, MPH

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health COVID-19 video update

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health has released a new COVID-19 update video with Michael S. Calderwood, MD, MPH, chief quality officer at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Combats COVID-19 Misinformation

Jose R. Mercado, MD, D-HH’s COVID-19 response Leader addresses the most common questions and concerns that have been circulating.

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New Episode of “The Cure Podcast” Untangles Latest COVID-19 Guidelines

Aalok V. Khole, MD, infectious disease physician at D-HH member hospital Cheshire Medical Center, joins for an in-depth conversation on the latest COVID updates.

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Caregivers working at Cheshire Medical Center

CEO Letter to Community Calls for Kindness During Crisis

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.

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Norris Cotton Cancer Center Encourages People with Cancer, their Care Partners to Receive COVID-19 and Flu Vaccines

People with active cancer or a history of cancer, as well as their care partners and anyone who comes in contact with cancer patients are strongly encouraged to receive COVID-19 and flu vaccinations.

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“We Don’t Have a Lot Left to Give:” DHMC Nurses Illustrate Stark Reality of Current COVID-19 Surge in New Video

In New Hampshire, COVID-19 case counts are soaring, hospital beds are filling, and healthcare workers – the same who were hailed as heroes just under two years ago – are nearing the brink of exhaustion.

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Vaccinating Children Ages 5-11 Against COVID-19: It’s Time—and it’s Safe

CHaD Section Chief of Pediatrics Susanne E. Tanski, MD, answers questions about vaccinating children ages 5 to 11.

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