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Patient Experience

Patients would recommend this hospital (81%)

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What You Will PayWhat You Will Pay
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Uninsured Discount: 60%
Application of Hot or Cold Pack$33Below Average$13
Automated Pap Test Screening and Manual Rescreening$261N/A$105
Automated with Microscope Examination$179N/A$71
Automated without Microscope$198N/A$79
Back MRI$5,000N/A$2,000
Bacterial Culture Swab$194N/A$78
Bacterial Culture Swab for Aerobic Isolates$105N/A$42
Bacterial Culture, Quantitative Colony Count$90N/A$36
Basic Metabolic Panel$50N/A$20
Blood Count (Hemoglobin)$59N/A$24
Blood Glucose (Sugar) Level$24N/A$10
Blood Glucose Control (Hemoglobin A1C)$102N/A$41
Blood Typing (ABO)$82N/A$33
Blood Typing (Rh (D))$113N/A$45
Bone Density Scan$785N/A$314
Borrelia Burgdorferi (Lyme disease) Antibody Level$134N/A$54
Brain MRI$7,397N/A$2,959
Breast Biopsy$4,558N/A$1,823
C-reactive Protein (CRP) Level$170N/A$68
Chlamydia Test$164N/A$66
Cholesterol Test, Lipid Panel$99N/A$39
Clotting Time$53N/A$21
Coagulation Assessment$54N/A$21
Colonoscopy With Biopsy for Noncancerous Growth$8,801N/A$3,520
Colonoscopy With Polyp Removal$9,605N/A$3,842
Colonoscopy Without Biopsy for Encounter for Preventive Health Services$6,147N/A$2,459
Complete Blood Cell Count (Hemoglobin)$70N/A$28
Complete Blood Cell Count and Automated White Blood Cells$74N/A$29
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel$62N/A$25
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Antibody Level$57N/A$23
Creatinine Level$29N/A$12
CT Scan of Abdomen and Pelvis, With Contrast$6,956N/A$2,782
CT Scan of Chest, With Contrast$5,389N/A$2,155
CT Scan of Head/Brain, Without Contrast$3,173N/A$1,269
Detection for Strep (Streptococcus, group A)$103N/A$41
Detection Test for Hepatitis B Surface Antigen$197N/A$79
Detection Test for Human Papillomavirus (HPV)$195N/A$78
Electrical Stimulation Therapy$79Near Average$32
Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), Report and Interpretation Only$859N/A$344
Electrolytes Panel$42N/A$17
Endometrial (Uterus) Biopsy$1,763N/A$705
Evaluation of Antimicrobial Drug (antibiotic, antifungal, antiviral)$155N/A$62
Ferritin (Blood Protein) Level$81N/A$32
Fetal Non-Stress Test$1,083N/A$433
Folic Acid Level$105N/A$42
Follow-Up Pregnancy Ultrasound$984N/A$394
General Health Panel$234N/A$94
Gonorrhoeae (Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Bacteria) Test$156N/A$63
Hepatic (Liver) Function Panel$56N/A$22
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody Level$195N/A$78
Hepatitis C Antibody Level$84N/A$34
High Complexity Physical Therapy Evaluation$590Near Average$236
Hydration Infusion$238N/A$95
Influenza Vaccine, Injected into Muscle$62N/A$25
Iron Binding Capacity$32N/A$13
Iron Level$29N/A$12
Knee MRI$3,945N/A$1,578
Lab Test to Detect Coronavirus (COVID-19)$107N/A$43
Lab Test to Detect HIV-1 and HIV-2$195N/A$78
Lab Test to Measure Creatinine Level$29N/A$12
LDL Cholesterol Level$69N/A$28
Lead Level$38N/A$15
Lipase (Fat Enzyme) Level$32N/A$13
Low Complexity (outpatient) Emergency Department Visit$719N/A$288
Low Complexity Occupational Therapy Evaluation$195Above Average$78
Low Complexity Physical Therapy Evaluation$195Near Average$78
Magnesium Level$39N/A$16
Manual Pap Test Screening$189N/A$76
Meningococcus Vaccine, Injected into Muscle$423N/A$169
Microalbumin (Protein) Level$72N/A$29
Mileage Rate for Ambulance Transport$37N/A$15
Minor (outpatient) Emergency Department Visit$506N/A$202
Moderate Complexity (outpatient) Emergency Department Visit$1,112N/A$445
Moderate Complexity Occupational Therapy Evaluation$342Near Average$137
Moderate Complexity Physical Therapy Evaluation$342Near Average$137
Myocardial Imaging$9,105N/A$3,642
Non-Emergency Transport, Advanced Life Support$993N/A$397
Office Visit for Established Patient, High Complexity$511N/A$205
Office Visit for Established Patient, Low Complexity$252N/A$101
Office Visit for Established Patient, Minimal Presenting Problem$99N/A$39
Office Visit for Established Patient, Moderate Complexity$372N/A$149
Pathology Examination of Tissue, Intermediate Complexity$342N/A$137
Pelvis MRI$7,317N/A$2,927
Pregnancy Test$62N/A$25
Pregnancy Ultrasound (Outpatient)$927N/A$371
Presence of Drug$311N/A$124
Preventive Care Visit for Adult, 40-64$439N/A$176
Preventive Care Visit for Adult, Ages 18-39$411N/A$164
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Level$117N/A$47
Punch Biopsy of Skin$1,681N/A$672
Removal of Tonsils and Adenoid Glands, Patient Younger than 12$15,744N/A$6,298
Renal (Kidney) Function Panel$81N/A$32
Screening Mammogram of Both Breasts$978N/A$391
Self-Care or Home Management Training$147Near Average$59
Shoulder, Elbow, or Wrist MRI$5,107N/A$2,043
Skin Growth Removal, Premalignant or Precancerous$628N/A$251
Skin Growth Removal, Up to 14, Benign or Noncancerous$681N/A$273
Smear for Microorganism$113N/A$45
Tangential Biopsy of Skin$1,490N/A$596
Test for Disease-Causing (Pathogenic) Organisms, Not Limited to a Specific Condition$163N/A$65
Tetanus, Diphtheria Toxoids, and Acellular Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Vaccine, Injected into Muscle$144N/A$57
Therapeutic Activities$95Below Average$38
Therapeutic Exercises$95Below Average$38
Thyroglobulin (Thyroid Protein) Antibody Level$251N/A$100
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Level$99N/A$39
Thyroxine (Thyroid Chemical) Level, Free$116N/A$46
Transvaginal Ultrasound (Non-Maternity)$1,403N/A$561
Treatment of Speech, Language, Voice, Communication, or Hearing Processing Disorder$347N/A$139
Triiodothyronine (T3) Thyroid Hormone Measurement$88N/A$35
Troponin (Protein) Analysis, Quantitative$175N/A$70
Ultrasound of Abdomen, Complete$1,530N/A$612
Ultrasound of Abdomen, Limited$1,327N/A$531
Ultrasound of Breast$1,850N/A$740
Ultrasound of Head and Neck$1,336N/A$534
Ultrasound of Pelvis$1,401N/A$560
Ultrasound Therapy$81Below Average$32
Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) Endoscopy With Biopsy$9,148N/A$3,659
Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) Endoscopy Without Biopsy$7,345N/A$2,938
Urinalysis, Manual Test$57N/A$23
Urine Capacity Measurement$942N/A$377
Vitamin B-12 (Cyanocobalamin) Level$101N/A$40
Vitamin D-3 Level$120N/A$48
Walking Training, 15 minutes$168Near Average$67
X-Ray of Abdomen$1,053N/A$421
X-Ray of Ankle$669N/A$268
X-Ray of Chest, 2 Views$894N/A$357
X-Ray of Foot$811N/A$324
X-Ray of Hand$982N/A$393
X-Ray of Hip$930N/A$372
X-Ray of Knee$1,056N/A$423
X-Ray of Middle Back, Thoracic Spine$1,421N/A$568
X-Ray of Neck, Cervical Spine$860N/A$344
X-Ray of Pelvis$736N/A$294
X-Ray of Shoulder$877N/A$351
X-Ray of Spine$1,002N/A$401
X-Ray of Wrist$806N/A$323

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Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical Center

Hospital in New Hampshire, United States

Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) is the U.S. state of New Hampshire's only academic medical center. It is headquartered in Lebanon, New Hampshire on a 225-acre (91 ha) campus in the heart of the Upper Connecticut River Valley. DHMC is New Hampshire's only Level I Trauma Center,[1] one of only three in northern New England, and it includes New Hampshire's only air ambulance service.


Main entrance of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

DHMC consists of several facilities:

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Memorial Hospital (DHMH) has a 396-inpatient bed capacity and serves as a major tertiary-care referral site for northern New England. DHMH is one of 14 members of the New England Alliance for Health, a regional network of hospitals and other health care organizations in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts that share a common commitment to finding cost-effective and innovative ways to meet the health care needs of each member's community.

Also making up DHMC are the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic, a network of more than 900 primary and specialty care physicians located throughout New Hampshire and Vermont; Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, one of America's oldest medical schools; and the Veterans Affairs Regional Medical and Office Center at White River Junction, Vermont.

DHMC is also home to the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) and the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, one of only 69[2]National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer centers in the nation.[3]

DHMC is home to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Advanced Response Team (DHART). DHART crews provide ground and air medical transportation services to the medical communities of northern New England. In addition, DHART flight crews respond to public safety agency requests for medical evacuation of trauma patients from scenes of injury, and will transport to the closest trauma center in the region.[4]


Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, circa 1887

1797: Dartmouth Medical School (DMS) was founded by Dr. Nathan Smith. It is the fourth-oldest medical school in the country.[5] In 2012 Dartmouth renamed the school the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth in honor of Audrey and Theodor Geisel.[6]

1893: Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital (MHMH) was built by Hiram Hitchcock in memory of his wife, Mary Maynard Hitchcock.[5]

1927: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic (DHC) was established by a group of five physicians.[5]

1938: The Veterans Affairs Medical Center in White River Junction, Vermont, opened.[5]

1980s: Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical Center began planning for a new facility. Construction of the $228 million project began in 1988 on a 225-acre (91 ha) wooded site in Lebanon, New Hampshire.[citation needed]

1991: On October 5, 1991, the new DHMC facility opened for business.[5]

2004: In August 2004, the new Doctors Office Building opened (now named the Faulkner Building), increasing the campus size by 40 percent.[citation needed]

2010: The Outpatient Surgery Center opened in 2010, adding 41,000 square feet (3,800 m2) just a short distance from the main complex.[7]

2020: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center began construction on a new Patient Pavilion in July 2020.[8] It will be a five-story, 212,000 square foot structure and will add 112 beds to the institution's patient capacity.[9] Construction is expected to end in early 2023.[9]


  1. ^"New Hampshire Hospitals | Kling Report". klingreport.com. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  2. ^"NCI-Designated Cancer Centers". National Cancer Institute. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  3. ^"Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth". National Cancer Institute. September 6, 2017. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  4. ^"DHART History | DHART | Dartmouth-Hitchcock". www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  5. ^ abcde"Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Fact Sheet"(PDF). dartmouth-hitchcock.org. 2010.
  6. ^"Fox In Socks! Dartmouth Names Its Medical School After Dr. Seuss". NPR.org. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  7. ^"Shepley Bulfinch cuts ribbon on new 41,000 s/f Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center's outpatient surgery center". New England Real Estate Journal. August 19, 2010. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  8. ^Sullivan, Adam (July 22, 2020). "Construction underway on $150M expansion at Dartmouth-Hitchcock". WCAX. Retrieved June 24, 2021.
  9. ^ ab"DHMC Patient Pavilion Project". Dartmouth-Hitchcock.

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Coordinates: 43°40′34″N72°16′24″W / 43.67611°N 72.27333°W / 43.67611; -72.27333

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dartmouth%E2%80%93Hitchcock_Medical_Center
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Our Regional Affiliates

Our multidisciplinary care is coordinated through our centrally located hub at DHMC in Lebanon, NH, as well as our main locations in Manchester, Nashua, St. Johnsbury, and Bennington, VT.

We also provide care through affiliated hospitals throughout NH and VT. This enables us to provide you the best possible care in the most convenient location for you, close to home. Our regional affiliates include the following hospitals:

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital

17 Belmont Avenue
Brattleboro, VT 05301
(802) 257-8221
Google Maps Directions

Littleton Regional Healthcare

600 St. Johnsbury Road
Littleton, NH 03561
(800) 464-7731 or (603) 444-9000
Google Maps Directions

Monadnock Community Hospital

452 Old Street Road
Peterborough, NH 03458
(603) 924-7191, ext. 4660
Google Maps Directions

Speare Memorial Hospital

16 Hospital Road
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-1120
Oncology appointments: (603) 238-6470
Google Maps Directions

Springfield Hospital

25 Ridgewood Road, POB 2003
Springfield, VT 05156
Phone: (802) 885-2151 x524
Fax: (802) 885-3959
Google Maps Directions

Valley Regional Healthcare

243 Elm Street 
Claremont, NH 03743
Google Maps Directions

Weeks Medical Center

173 Middle Street 
Lancaster, NH 03584 
(603) 788-5045
Google Maps Directions

White River Junction VA Medical Center

215 North Main Street (Mailing)
163 Veterans Drive (GPS)
White River Junction, VT 05009
Phone: (802) 295-9363
Toll free: (866) 687-8387
Google Maps Directions

Sours: https://cancer.dartmouth.edu/locations-directions/our-regional-affiliates
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