Including enjoyable, regular exercise in your life can have multiple positive effects on your health and well-being. Setting achievable goals for yourself, tracking your activity and progress, and celebrating your successes can help you stay motivated.
We offer free, onsite fitness rooms at several of our locations in Lebanon and Bedford, New Hampshire. Access is given based on primary work locations. All eligible employees must apply for membership.
To apply, please download and complete the appropriate set of forms and return to Live Well/Work Well.
- Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC): 2022 Lebanon Fitness Rooms Access Packet (PDF) for the DHMC Main Campus, Colburn Hill, Novell, and Heater Road Fitness Rooms.
- Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinics: 2022 Bedford Farms #4 Fitness Room Access Packet (PDF)
Please note: The fitness rooms are not open to employee friends, significant others, or family members. For clarification on accessibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fitness reimbursement benefit
Download the Fitness Reimbursement form (PDF).
Corporate fitness discounts
Our employees can receive a discounted membership rate at these local organizations. You must present your official ID Badge to receive entry.
- Upper Valley Aquatics Center
- Edgar May Health and Recreation Center
Enjoy the on-demand fitness library brought to you by certified group fitness instructor and health and wellness coach Kara Maville. The library has an assortment of workout videos, exercise routines, stretches, and more to choose from. There is something for everyone!
Visit ManageWell® to access these workouts and recordings.
Trail access at DHMC
Note: only stops 1- 9 are available during the construction of the Patient Pavilion.
The outdoor Fit-Trail at DHMC is an approximately one-mile trail that guides you through stretching and warm-up, core exercises, lower and upper body strength, and cool down. Fully illustrated instructions are posted at each of the exercise stations. Whether you choose to walk leisurely along the trail while doing a few stretches or jog the trail and complete the more advanced exercises, the key is to make the Fit-Trail work for you. Keep in mind the trail is not maintained during the winter months.
Visit ManageWell® for more information about the Fit-Trail and earn points each time you use the trail. Pick up a trail map when you are on campus near the Main Rotunda.
The Albert Schweitzer Woods Trails at DHMC were created in 1999-2000 through an American Schweitzer Fellowship grant. Volunteers from New Hampshire and Vermont helped design and build the trail system.
The trails provide visitors and staff at DHMC access to the natural beauty of New Hampshire’s forests. The power of nature to heal, the inspiration for the trail, is described on the overleaf.
Visit ManageWell® to download the Schweitzer trail map or pick one up at DHMC near the Main Rotunda.
Upper Valley Trails Alliance
The Upper Valley Trails Alliance (UVTA) advocates the use, maintenance, and development of trails in the region. Through education, outreach, and stewardship, we promote active lifestyles through trail use in all seasons, connect people and places through a regional trail network, and lead a coalition of local trail groups and advocates.