APD is an important part of the fabric of the Upper Valley. Learn about our providers, our care teams, and our community health outreach programs.

Margot Stephens and patient

Using myDH To Send Messages to APD Primary Care

“I’m not feeling well. Should I use myDH to contact Primary Care?”

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Dr. Malcolm

Creating an Inclusive Workplace

APD’s Senior Leadership was the first group to receive DEIB training in 2022. Ten successful workshops later, it returns to educate managers.

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Preceptor class

APD Preceptor Program: Teaching Teachers to Welcome and Train New Hires

By bringing a spirit of open-mindedness, employees onboarding others can have an outsized impact on APD.

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Employees planting the garden

APD’s Growing Season

Nutrition Services grows vegetables and herbs in garden towers — and later turns them into delicious meals.

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New App Helps Cleaning Team Prepare Patient Rooms Quickly and Efficiently

“Rover” plugs into existing Dartmouth Health systems to streamline processes.

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Active shooter training

Active Shooter Awareness Training

APD Employees learn what to do when they hear the code “active shooter.”

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APD Hosts Lifesaving Classes for Employees across Campus

Even if you don’t work at a hospital, it’s important to know CPR or how to use an AED to save a life.

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Bun brushing their teeth

Upper Valley Smiles Provides Free Dental Health for School Kids

“The goal is to provide preventive and non-invasive dental care to elementary school students with no dental home or no regular dental care,” said Liz Swanton, Community Health engagement officer and Upper Valley Smiles program coordinator.

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IV Certification Class

Eyes Below

In a new class at APD, nurses learn ultrasound guided techniques for increased vascular access.

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blood drive

APD’s First Blood Drive Collects 39 Units

One donation can save up to three lives, and the APD donated units stayed local.

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