Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health GraniteOne: Together We Are Stronger
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health is a regional academic health system that provides acute care hospital services and primary and specialty care to patients in New Hampshire and Vermont. Anchored by New Hampshire’s only academic medical center – Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health includes the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, one of only 49 National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country, and the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD), New Hampshire’s only children’s hospital. D-HH system members include Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New London Hospital, Cheshire Medical Center in Keene, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon, Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire, and Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center in Windsor, Vermont.
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GraniteOne Health is a non-profit community-based healthcare system comprised of Catholic Medical Center (CMC) in Manchester, Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro, and Monadnock Community Hospital in Peterborough. GraniteOne Health includes CMC’s nationally-renowned New England Heart & Vascular Institute, offering leading-edge heart and vascular care to the people of New Hampshire for more than 30 years, and offers access points throughout New Hampshire to advanced clinical services, and more than 30 other medical and surgical subspecialties.
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The combined non-profit health care system, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health GraniteOne, will build on years of successful community engagement and clinical collaboration in order to meet the growing demand for seamlessly integrated primary, specialty, ambulatory and inpatient care, offering patients a high-quality, lower-cost, New Hampshire-based care alternative choice out-of-state providers.
The combined system will transform health care delivery in New Hampshire. CMC will continue to adhere to its Catholic model of care while D-HH will continue to serve its patients as it does today in all its existing health care facilities. All organizations within the combined system would also keep their current names, identities, and local leadership.