Planning for a Maternity Leave from Dartmouth?
Employees looking to learn more about maternity/paternity leave benefits at Dartmouth are invited to attend an education session on 5/20 from 3-4 PM at 7 Lebanon Street, Suite 203 (Human Resources). Click here to learn more about this session and to register.
Registration for MOVE IT is still open!
Registration for MOVE IT, an online individual and team-based 8-week physical activity challenge, is still open. Click here to join today!
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Get the details of paid parental leave and find classes and services offered through the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Learn about family, parenting, and relationships on the F/EAP site.
Paid Parental Leave Benefit
Pregnancy and Parenting Classes
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center offers plenty of classes and support groups for the expectant Mom, Dad, or sibling.
Register by the fifth month of pregnancy to reserve a spot in the popular classes about labor and birth so that you can attend during the last trimester. For help in selecting the best class for you, call (603) 650-2600
OB/GYN: Obstetrics, Gynecology & Nurse Midwifery
Dartmouth-Hitchcock obstetricians, nurse-midwives, nurses, and counselors provide care for every aspect of women's health care. Genetic counseling, prenatal testing, and specialty high-risk obstetrical care are all available. Mothers can give birth in Lebanon or at hospitals near other locations in Concord, Keene, Manchester and Bedford, Nashua, and southwestern Vermont.
DHMC Nurse-Midwife Service Team
A Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) is a health care professional who specializes in caring for healthy women throughout pregnancy and child-bearing. Educated and qualified in both midwifery and nursing, nurse-midwives also provide well-woman gynecologic services.
Check out the helplines listed by Dartmouth-Hitchcock.
Last Updated: 9/8/12