The four-year Pathology Residency Training Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). An average of three first-year residents are appointed to the program each year.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Pathology Residency is tailored to the interests and needs of each of our residents. We practice in state-of-the-art facilities with a first-class clinical laboratory. We prepare residents for academic, sub-specialty, or general pathology careers.
The Department of Pathology provides laboratory services for inpatients and outpatients at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and for a growing proportion of patients at large affiliate outreach practices in southern New Hampshire and along the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River. As a tertiary care laboratory, it also provides referral services for physicians over a wide geographic area.
It has a close affiliation with the nearby Veterans Affairs Medical Center laboratory, with sharing arrangements covering many services. There is a well-established working and educational affiliation with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in nearby Concord, N.H., through which residents gain first-hand exposure to the fascinating world of forensic pathology. The breadth, depth, and volume of material to which a resident has exposure at Dartmouth-Hitchcock are particular strengths of the training program.
- Total laboratory tests: 2.7 million
- Beds: 396
- Surgical specimens: 94,000
- Cytology Specimens (Non-GYN & GYN): 29,329
- Autopsies: 95
- Therapeutic apheresis: 310