Travis Frink, of Rhode Island, faces a first-degree murder charge. Police say he told them he drove to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center from his home state with the intention of killing his mother.
New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said the incident is over and there is no longer any threat to the public.
Dr. John Brumsted, the CEO of the UVM Health Network and its flagship hospital, made more than $2 million in 2015 between salary and benefits.
Adults with depression and anxiety receive 51 percent of the 115 million opioid prescriptions distributed each year in the U.S., the study found. A Dartmouth-Hitchcock researcher participated in the study.
Technology allows the hospital to link to a larger teaching institution, and both say they’re seeing the benefits.
Dr. Joanne Conroy currently runs an academic medical center in Massachusetts. She will be the first woman to run the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system.
Southwestern Vermont Health Care’s list includes new telemedicine services, a dental clinic, satellite sites, and eventually new surgical facilities and a bigger emergency department.
The decision to discontinue the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility program at the end of this month stemmed from difficulty in staffing and was not a financial decision, D-H’s chief clinical officer said.
he Vermont Senate has endorsed S.4, the bill that would require the board of directors for the state’s largest health care organization to hold open meetings. Senators gave preliminary approval to the bill unanimously on Thursday in a voice vote. The Senate is on track to pass the bill Friday. S.4 affects accountable care organizations, […]
Shumlin signed the “all-payer” deal and put limits on prescription opiate use. While the UVM Health Network continued to expand its reach, Dartmouth-Hitchcock ran into financial problems.
The college looks to trim payroll and boost revenues.
Dr. James Weinstein, 66, has been with the hospital system since 1996 and has held his current role since 2011.
Flawed financial projections and the last-minute discovery of problems arising from makeovers in back-office operations are blamed for the $22.6 million fourth quarter loss. The New Hampshire hospital ends its fiscal year with a $12.2 million deficit.
News Release — Dartmouth-Hitchcock June 13, 2016 Contact: Rick Adams (603) 653-1910 [email protected] LEBANON, NH – Formal groundbreaking will take place Wednesday, June 22, starting construction of the Jack Byrne Center for Palliative and Hospice Care, an advanced clinical facility to provide integrated, patient- and family-centered care for patients with life-limiting illness and complex medical […]