Our Patients. Their Stories.
Thanks to surgery performed at CHaD, Andrew Steadman, was able to grow almost four inches in just nine months and get back to playing the game he loves, basketball.
Meg and Charlie Burney are grateful to the DHMC midwives for helping to make the delivery of their daughter, Josie as normal as possible during a pandemic.
Thanks to the partnership between CHaD Pediatric Neurologist Richard P. Morse, MD, and Olivia's mom, Elizabeth, she is able to thrive living with GLUT1 DS, a rare genetic condition.
An unwavering medical team and a devoted grandmother helped 19-year-old Hailey Gelinas through two kidney transplants.
After a serious fall off his bike, 12-year-old Seth Corbeil spent a few weeks in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at CHaD, right in the midst of COVID-19.
As a patient of the Complex Care Team at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Isaac and his family benefit from having a team of specialists that go beyond just caring for this very rare condition.
Twelve-year-old Alliyah St. Julus, of Manchester, NH, waited most of her sixth-grade year for the chance to try out for the track team—despite living with sickle cell anemia.
Throughout their childhood and adolescence, the McHugh Quadruplets have supported one another each stage of the way.
After suffering a traumatic leg injury from a boating accident, 16-year-old Tommy Cox comes often to say thanks to the DHMC providers, nurses and staff who took care of him.
Meet Avery, the 2018 Kid HERO — a CHaD patient serving as an ambassador to the CHaD HERO.