The pediatric residency program at the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) is a comprehensive, fully accredited three-year training program with broad inpatient and outpatient experiences. At the core of our program is a strong focus on high-value, family-centered care. Faculty and residents enjoy the small-town and rural communities throughout New Hampshire and Vermont in which they practice and live.
We believe that general pediatrics is a foundational part of providing comprehensive care in any setting. We foster the ability to manage complex care, the courage to tolerate uncertainty, and the moral clarity to engage in advocacy. We hold trainees accountable to standards of excellence, entrusting each individual with increasing autonomy only when she or he demonstrates competence and ownership.
- To advance individual and program knowledge and skills.
- To provide high-value, family-centered care to support clinical excellence across care settings.
- To advocate for patients, the profession and society.
Learn about the pediatric residency
- Program leadership
- Current residents
- Program graduates
- Research and scholarly activity
- Resident well-being
- Facilities and units
- Life in the Upper Valley
- Application process and contact information
Residency programs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock
For more information about the benefits available to Dartmouth-Hitchcock residents, please visit the Graduate Medical Education Office's Programs and Benefits pages.