Allied health careers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock span an entire network of facilities and locations in New Hampshire, offering you many practice choices in a variety of specialties.
Allied health careers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Concord, Keene, Manchester, and Nashua
Allied health careers in the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic network range from direct patient care positions, such as medical assistants, to those that support our patients' well-being through technology and services, such as radiologic technology and laboratory services.
All allied health personnel receive training on electronic health record systems that are at the forefront of medical records technology.
Laboratory services are managed by Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center's Department of Pathology. Both laboratory services and radiologic technology careers can be found on site at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Keene, Manchester, and Nashua. Because of its relationship and proximity to Concord Hospital, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Concord utilizes the services of Concord Hospital imaging and lab personnel.
Radiology services use Picture Archiving and Communication (PAC) technology for x-rays, CT, MRI, mammography, and ultrasound images. Using PAC technology allows digital images to be accessed and viewed through Dartmouth-Hitchcock's electronic health record (EHR) system.
Allied health careers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC)
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) features employment opportunities in our many clinical and non-clinical departments, including the Center for Pain and Spine, Laboratory, Radiology, and Rehabilitation.
- Cardiology: Exciting opportunities exist for experienced cardiac and critical care nurses within the Cardiac Catheterization and Electrophysiology Laboratories. Work alongside cardiologists performing diagnostic and interventional procedures. High-energy teams of nurses and technologists sedate, monitor, scrub in, and circulate in an atmosphere of camaraderie and trust within the labs and in the recovery area.
- Center for Pain and Spine: Dedicated to the care of complex spine conditions, patient education, and research, the Spine Center at DHMC averages 1,000 patient visits per month.
- Laboratory: Composed of technicians, support staff, technologists, physicians, PhD-prepared scientists/researchers, residents and students from various programs, the lab provides an environment where staff can opt to specialize or remain generalists.
- Operating Room: The Main Operating room at D-H provides surgical procedures for Orthopedics, Transplant, ENT, Eyes, Oral, Plastics, Neurosurgery, Urology, OBGYN, General, Vascular, Pediatric, Cardiothoracic and more. Become a team member for a specific service or float amongst a variety. Our 26 room, 24/7 Operating Room utilizes two Da Vinci XI robots as well as many other new and innovative technologies.
- Pharmacy: Our clinical pharmacists collaborate with other health care providers and our technician staff, using the latest technology to provide quality patient care.
- Radiation Oncology: Opened in 1995 as a component of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, this modern facility has an integral role in providing cancer treatment.
- Radiology: In 1896, Dartmouth was home to the first clinical X-ray ever performed in the country. More than 100 years later, radiology remains a core focus at DHMC, even as it has evolved into an array of new technologies and imaging modalities.
- Rehabilitation: A large department with 28 physical therapists, 11 occupational therapists, and four speech language pathologists, we are the only Level I emergency department and trauma center in the region.
- Respiratory Care: Our department includes a large team of highly skilled respiratory therapists practicing in an acute care setting. We operate within a Level 1 trauma center as well as an accredited children's hospital (CHaD) and a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center.