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About Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care

Photo of neurology provider, nurse, and patient In alignment with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock  mission and vision, Connected Care was founded and established in 2012 under the direction of Dr. Sarah Pletcher with a charge to advance an enterprise-wide telehealth program with a population health value-driven and comprehensive approach to providing care. The goal is to integrate clinical telemedicine care with innovative education, best practices in clinical care and quality improvement.

The Center builds on D-H's long history of providing telemedicine services to the region. D-H, which is New Hampshire's only academic medical center and the state's only Level 1 Trauma Center, was a pioneer in telemedicine as early as the 1960s.

Connected Care serves as a centralized anchor that encourages, guides and supports a spirit of innovation across all clinical areas throughout the D-H system. We implement efficient use of cutting-edge technologies—always with a practical, outcome-focused aim to delivering high-value care to a larger population.

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