APD is a friendly, generous, and considerate organization. We treat people as individuals, each with their own unique story. Meet our patients, donors, volunteers, and friends.
Charlie Wheelan is the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital and he volunteers at Dartmouth Health and APD with his therapy dog, Caicos.
Bun and family live in the Upper Valley and are patients at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital.
Who’s holding the leash of Sholy, one of APD’s therapy dogs? Meet Cadence “Sugar” Genereaux.
APD’s Senior Leadership was the first group to receive DEIB training in 2022. Ten successful workshops later, it returns to educate managers.
APD’s Multi-Specialty Clinic offers imbedded medication-assisted treatment (MAT) within primary care. A patient shares her story.
When her fingers became tender and painful, Patricia Plourde turned to APD Orthopaedics.
When Bonnie Swift discovered a tick embedded and inflamed in her side, she called Alice Peck Day’s Emergency Department to see if she could be seen.
Tabitha Ferranti, RN, made sure a patient in the pain clinic received the care he needed.
Oriana McNally suffered a traumatic injury but found healing at APD.
Annie MacKenzie was very sick for three weeks. Until she went to Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Department.