Weekend Itinerary

Untitled Document We are excited to announce our second "High Achiever Nursing Weekend". Click below to see the full schedule and what we will be offered to those nurses accepted into this outstanding weekend. The great part is if you are accepted for the weekend, IT'S FREE.

About The Area

The "Upper Valley" designation refers to a geographic area stretching along both sides of the Connecticut River in central New Hampshire and Vermont. At the region's center are the towns of Hanover and Lebanon in New Hampshire and Norwich and Hartford (White River Junction) in Vermont.

FAQ's About The Weekend

If you would like to learn more about the weekend, click the button below for an overview of the itinerary, or you can click here to fill out the form to ask a question of our recruiters.
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Why Apply to Dartmouth-Hitchcock?

  • DHMC is Nurse-centric

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock's inpatient nurses thrive in the vibrant, challenging environment of a Magnet-designated (2003) and re-designated (2009) academic medical center. Our ambulatory care nurses provide quality episodic care throughout the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic network, which is one of the largest multi-specialty group practices in New England.
  • Shared Governance

    The mission of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Nursing Shared Governance is to develop all nurses as leaders who will create and promote an environment that provides and maintains safe, high quality patient- and family-centered care.
  • Extensive ongoing training

    Newly-hired experienced RNs and LPNs in the hospital and clinic participate in our Experienced Nurse Orientation program. Photo: Experienced Nurse OrientationThe goal of this program is to familiarize newly-hired nurses with nursing practice standards and policies at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Nurses are introduced to eD-H - Dartmouth-Hitchcock's electronic health record computer system - and our competency-based orientation plan. Nurses meet resource people in the classroom and simulation lab setting. Experienced Nurse Orientation is offered on a monthly basis. It provides a combination of classroom sessions, electronic resources and simulated lab experiences in our Patient Safety Training Center where the experienced nurse is introduced to commonly-used equipment and procedures and current quality initiatives. Upon completion of Experienced Nurse Orientation, the nurse will go on to a unit-specific orientation designed by a Clinical Nurse Educator that consists of guided self-study and/or classroom instruction that is individualized to the experienced nurse's learning needs. Newly-hired nurses are assigned a staff nurse preceptor who will assist them to demonstrate/perform the required competencies in their area of practice.
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Our Nurse Recruiters

Abigail Bordiuk
Nurse Recruiter
Brenda Howard
Nurse Recruiter
caryn shepard
Caryn Shepard
Nurse Recruiter