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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic Keene/Cheshire Medical Center

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Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinic Keene

 

Practice Description:

There are approximately 125 physicians and associate providers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene. The newly renovated 40 million dollar campus is a collaborative effort with the Cheshire Medical Center, a state-of-the-art, 169-bed acute care hospital which includes the Kingsbury Center for Cancer Care, the Farnum Rehabilitation Center, inpatient adult and adolescent mental health, and a Sports Medicine Center. There are 26 primary care and specialty areas represented at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene.

 

D-H Keene is one of the community practice sites of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock system, a group practice of over 650 physicians. The Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical School is located in Lebanon, NH, 66 miles away. Sophisticated electronic records system and a self-insured, well-organized risk management and liability system contribute to making this one of the premier health systems in New England!

 

The mission of Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock Keene is to provide regional healthcare services responsive to patient and community needs, based on principles of partnership, compassion, clinical excellence, wellness, and continuous improvement of services.

 

Community Description:

Keene, the cultural center of New Hampshire's Monadnock Region, has a "Currier and Ives" landscape in addition to a vibrant downtown setting. Keene is located in Southwestern New Hampshire adjacent to Vermont and Massachusetts. Close to downhill skiing, pristine lakes, and mountains, Keene is home to Keene State College, Antioch University's New England Graduate School, and is minutes from Franklin Pierce College.

 

Keene offers amenities many small communities cannot support. The unemployment rate is at 2.9%. Boston, Hartford, CT, and the seacoast are a two-hour drive and NYC is only four hours away by car. The cost of living in New Hampshire is one of the lowest in New England with no state income tax or sales tax. Excellent public and private schools produce a well-educated work force. Keene was chosen by Parenting Magazine as one of the top places to raise a family and New Hampshire was ranked #1 in the nation for the "Most Livable States" award!