Our multispecialty centers are designed to provide services to patients from the staff of a variety of medical specialties. Learn more about our multispecialty centers below.
The ALS Center encompasses a comprehensive care ALS clinic and research laboratories studying the ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) condition at The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has been recognized by the National ALS Association as a certified center for managing affected patients.
Bariatric Surgery Program
The Bariatric Surgery Program helps patients lose weight and change their outlook on eating, exercising, and living life. We have the longest continually operating program in Northern New England and provide services in Concord, Keene, Lebanon, and Manchester, NH.
Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke Program
The Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke Program provides patients with information about how to prevent cerebrovascular disease, how to recognize the warning signs of a stroke, and the program's methods to diagnose and treat cerebrovascular diseases.
Comprehensive Breast Program
The Comprehensive Breast Program at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center offers patients comprehensive care, beginning with breast screening, diagnosis, and through survivorship.
Our Diabetes Program is a multidisciplinary group of doctors, nurses, rehabilitation therapists, social workers, and other staff members, dedicated to the evaluation, treatment, and education of patients with any form of diabetes.
The Epilepsy Center guides both children and adults from diagnosis, evaluation, to treatment of epilepsy. Our specialists help patients control their seizures with medicine, diet, and/or surgery, if needed. We are the only Level 4 Epilepsy Center in New Hampshire, as designated by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.
Functional Restoration Program
The Functional Restoration Program is a rehabilitation program provided by the Spine Center for chronic spine pain sufferers that aims to increase physical functioning, improve pain-coping skills, promote the return to a productive lifestyle, and limit the need for future spine treatments.
Heart & Vascular Center
The Heart & Vascular Center is a team of highly trained and experienced cardiac surgeons, cardiovascular medicine specialists (cardiologists), vascular surgeons, and other specialized providers who are experts in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment for diseases of the heart and blood vessels.
Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center
The Norris Cotton Cancer Center Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center is one of three Federally Designated Comprehensive Hemophilia Treatment Centers in Northern New England providing multidisciplinary, comprehensive care for pediatric and adult patients with hereditary bleeding disorders, bleeding problems, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and arterial thrombosis, including the evaluation for hereditary and acquired thrombophilia and thrombosis risk assessment.
Hepatopancreaticobiliary Disease Center
The Hepatopancreaticobiliary Disease Center provides a multidisciplinary assessment and treatment of liver, pancreatic, and biliary system disorders. Our highly specialized diagnostic and therapeutic services are coordinated with Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Pathology, Radiology, Surgery, Oncology, and Radiation Therapy.
The HIV Program provides medical care and counseling to patients with HIV and AIDS. Medical professionals, such as physicians, nurse clinicians, social workers, and dietitians, work with patients to address their needs and to ensure that they receive the best health care possible.
Our Hyperbaric Medicine center uses hyperbaric oxygen therapy to help heal wounds and allow white blood cells to fight infection. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is commonly used to help treat conditions, such as acute thermal burn injuires, air or gas embolism, carbon monoxide poisoning, and severe anemia.
Multiple Sclerosis Center
The Multiple Sclerosis Center treats patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Patients can refer to a select group of MS specialists, including neuropsychologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, neuro-opthalmologists, urologists, and social workers.