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Neurology Residency

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Program Director's welcome

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Neurology Residency Program!

Mary S. Feldman, DO

Mary S. Feldman, DO, Program Director, Neurology Residency Program

The Neurology Residency Program at Dartmouth Hitchcock is a premier residency program striving to develop future leaders in the field of neurology. Our vision is to train excellent clinicians with the knowledge, skills, and compassion to deliver the highest quality patient care in a fast-moving, quality driven, and research-based environment. Our goal is to combine clinical neurology excellence, a wide depth and breadth of research experience and opportunity, and one-on-one mentorship with our neurology faculty to help develop the well-rounded neurologists that will lead health care. We are deeply committed to providing a rich learning environment for our residents.

The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Neurology Residency Program is a four-year categorical program in neurology that includes a preliminary (PGY-1) year of internal medicine training offered by the Department of Internal Medicine (link). We admit four residents annually to the program. Our neurology residents see an incredible breadth of clinical cases, both in the inpatient realm as well as the entire spectrum of outpatient subspecialty fields, further reinforcing the knowledge and expertise that will allow them to be outstanding future clinicians and academic leaders. They also have the opportunity to supervise and teach other residents and Geisel school of Medicine at Dartmouth College medical students to build and reinforce their skills in medical education.

Andrew D. Smith III, MD

Andrew D. Smith III, MD, Associate Program Director, Neurology Residency Program

The Neurology Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock is uniquely situated in the only Ivy League, academic, tertiary care medical center located in a rural environment. Our program was ranked 2nd on the Doximity Residency Navigator for rural training in 2020. Dartmouth-Hitchcock cares for 3 million people in Northern New England and has Case Mix Index (a measure of the acuity of illness in Medicare patients) equivalent to academic urban tertiary care centers. Residents will enjoy the beautiful Upper Valley and northern New England region in which they will live during training. Quality of life is excellent here with abundant outdoor activities and world-class cultural activities both in the community and through the proximity of Dartmouth College.

Our residents have a track record of going on to exceptional fellowship programs after residency. We are proud that our graduates are able to pursue their chosen fellowships to propel them to the next stage of their careers.

Our main goals for the training program are to provide:

  • Excellent clinical training in the practice of neurology
  • Opportunities to take part in clinical and/or neurosciences research that suits individual resident career goals
  • Opportunities to develop skills in continuous quality improvement in health care

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our program coordinator, Shannon Darrah, at Shannon.h.darrah@hitchcock.org or 603-650-5458.

Mary S. Feldman, DO
Program Director, Neurology Residency Program

Andrew D. Smith III, MD
Associate Program Director, Neurology Residency Program

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