The Department of Radiology is part of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH with affiliates in multiple sites throughout the state, including Manchester and Nashua. We also work in close conjunction with the Hospital for Veterans Affairs in White River Junction, VT and the Geisel School of Medicine in Hanover, NH, where all faculty hold appointments.
The purpose of this website is to facilitate efficient daily work within the department, providing readily accessible resources that are frequently used for clinical work, scheduling, and education.
The Department of Radiology provides a full scope of medical imaging, including radiography, mammography, MRI, CT, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and interventional radiology. For a more detailed description of our clinical services, click here: http://med.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/radiology.html
The DHMC Department of Radiology actively participates in research and collaborates with many clinical departments and sections, the Geisel School of Medicine, and the Thayer School of Engineering. At any given time, multiple projects are underway, including clinical trials and both clinically and basic science focused studies. Several faculty have developed expertise in education, and have made this the focus of their academic endeavors.
Medical Student Education
The DHMC Department of Radiology actively participates in the educational program at the Geisel School of Medicine with faculty members serving on the curriculum and course design teams for the biomedical and clinical curricula. Radiology faculty interact with students in both large and small group format during their core biomedical preclinical years, and also provide one on one teaching and a didactic curriculum during the variety of student clinical radiology electives offered at DHMC. Geisel School of Medicine has an active Radiology Interest Group that is coordinated by members of our faculty.
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Radiology Residency Program offers a unique blend of first-rate Radiology training at a state of the art facility in a location conducive to a wonderful quality of life. The size of our program, (20 residents and 5 fellows) allows for a resident-centered experience, combining the best of academic subspecialty level teaching and research with hands-on active learning. Our residents are involved in all aspects of the training program including curriculum design, scheduling and resident selection. A curriculum redesign is in progress which will allow residents to develop an individually tailored and focused experience during their fourth year of training.
The input of current residents is highly valued during the recruitment process to ensure the selection of individuals who are academically skilled, share our vision and are good community members.
As part of the Dartmouth College community, our residents have ready access to a variety of cultural activities including theatre, dance, music, and film as well as a full spectrum of college sports. Our residents experience the best of what Northern New England has to offer with easy access to farmers' markets, country fairs and spectacular outdoor recreational activities including skiing, hiking, cycling, boating, fishing and gardening.
For more information on the Radiology Residency Program, please visit: http://gme.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/diagnostic_radiology.html