Our Patients. Their Stories.
After Shruthi Sriram was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, her family relocated to the US from their native India. For the past six years, she has gotten the expert care she needs at CHaD Manchester.
Matt Zapel first came to the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock at age 13 to receive care for Cystic Fibrosis. Now 27, Zapel ‘s love of music is what keeps him focused on his future.
The multidisciplinary Craniofacial Clinic at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock provided the care and support for Owen who was born with a cleft lip.
Joey and Colin Ala have never had a single broken bone. Then, within three weeks, they both suffered injuries while playing hockey.
How one piece of equipment has made all the difference for a patient and her family.
Meghan Richardson: Transitioning from pediatric to adult care for Cystic Fibrosis.
Nine-year-old Jack Deliso is back playing football after having a mass at the base of his spine removed.
In what was the first pediatric case in the Center for Surgical Intervention, Drs. Sohail Mirza and David Bauer teamed up for a two-part spinal fusion procedure to help 13-year-old Amanda Shadowens.
Lauren remembers, “I decorated the mask they would use to put me to sleep and they gave me a heated blanket – it was so warm!"