Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is a 400 bed, tertiary medical center set in Lebanon, New Hampshire, that draws patients from multiple states throughout New England. It is home to 2 inpatient psychiatry units, general outpatient clinics, ECT, TMS, esketamine, Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, and multiple subspecialty clinics. The latter includes sleep medicine, neuropsychiatry, embedded primary care, women’s mental health, treatment-resistant depression, child psychiatry, transgender mental health, post-acute COVID syndrome, psychiatry-immunology-neurology and geriatric psychiatry. It serves patients with a full range of psychiatric disorders, from all sociodemographic backgrounds, throughout the life span.
The Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) is a 60-bed, acute care hospital, set in White River Junction, Vermont, only a short drive from Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. It is home to inpatient psychiatry, residential treatment for substance and trauma-related disorders, outpatient psychiatry, Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, TMS, and ECT. It also has community and geriatric psychiatry clinics. It sees patients with a full spectrum of psychiatric diagnoses, with an emphasis on PTSD and substance use disorders. It is also the home of the National Center for PTSD.
New Hampshire Hospital
New Hampshire Hospital, established in 1842, is the state psychiatric facility for New Hampshire. It is a 184-bed facility that offers care to patients with serious and persistent mental illness. Patients range in age from young adult to geriatrics. Residents also gain exposure and education to forensic psychiatry during their rotation at New Hampshire hospital.