When you are sick or injured, you need to see a doctor as quickly as possible. That's why our team of physicians and nurses is dedicated to prompt and competent care when you need it most.
- A physician is here to care for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year
- Patients typically start receiving medical care within 14 minutes of arrival*
- We are conveniently located in Lebanon, less than 1.5 miles from Interstate 89 exits 18 and 19
- To ensure the safety of our staff and our community, effective 7am on Friday March 27, we are no longer allowing adult visitors of patients in our ED. Patients only please. Visitors must remain in their vehicle. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Please view our current visitor policy.
We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
- John Ajamie, MD
- Matthew Babineau, MD
- Andrew Bauman, MD
- Jessica Brooks, MD
- Aida Cerundolo, MD
- Kirk Dufty, MD
- Nancy Ferguson, MD
- Harman Gill, MD
- Deborah Glazer, MD
- Michael Lynch, MD
- Michael Madan, MD
- Victoria Martin, MD
- Christopher Mazur, MD
- Anne O'Connor, MD
- Jennifer Pope, MD
- Scott Rodi, MD
- Kenneth Rudd, MD
- Thomas Trimarco, MD
- Full DHMC Team
When you arrive in the Emergency Department, our team will assess you quickly. Critically ill patients will be assessed by a registered nurse and seen by a physician within minutes of their arrival. Our goal is to have all patients seen by a health care provider within 30 minutes of their triage and we often realize wait times of under 14 minutes.* We work to stabilize more serious conditions and if necessary, admit you to the hospital or arrange for transport to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
*wait times are average and approximate.
View the 2019 public discussion with Dr. Lynch, Dr. Rodi and Dr. Babineau about Emergency Medicine at APD.
Alice's Treasure Chest
We often care for children in our emergency department who may be nervous or frightened. In response, our nurses have developed a program called Alice’s Treasure Chest to help counter their fears and comfort their concerns. A trip to the treasure chest to pick out a toy gives children a positive distraction and a bit of fun during an unfamiliar situation.
You can help comfort the children of our community too!
Donate directly to Alice's Treasure Chest and a child being treated in our Emergency Department will receive a toy. You may donate online, purchase a toy in our Gift Tree Shop, or send your new unused toys to our Emergency Department at 10 Alice Peck Day Drive in Lebanon, NH.