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Program information


Program overview


Glen P. Greenough, MD

Glen P. Greenough, MD
Program Director

Brooke Judd, MD

Brooke Judd, MD
Section Chief

Rotation schedule

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Morning 8:00am-12:00pm
1-3 PSGs
1-2 HSTs
1-3 PSGs
1-2 HSTs
1-3 PSGs
1-2 HSTs
(one ASAP)
(Lab instead
Mid-day Planning
Flex* Flex* Didactics
Afternoon Flex* Clinic
Pedi Clinic:
ALS Clinic
2nd Wed:


Fellows are expected to be available and on site from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays

*Flex time will be used to fulfill ENT experience, CBT experience, scoring and research/improvement projects

**Journal Club format will vary according to the week of the month. Journal Club will start in August and run through May.

  • First week of the month: Fellow A will present an article in-depth.
  • Second week of the month: Fellow B will present an article in-depth.
  • Third week of the month: New Literature Review Round Table.
  • Fourth week of the month: Faculty Meeting - Fellows are free.

***Rochester case conference 12:00 - 1:00 pm fourth Friday September through May.

During September, didactics will occur only at 2:00 pm to allow for lunch with interviewing candidates from 12:00 - 2:00 pm.


Meeting/Conference Time Day
Study Planning Meeting 12:00-1:00 pm Every Monday
Journal Club 12:00-1:00 pm First and Second
Tuesday of the month
Round Robin Journal Article Discussion 12:00 -1:00 pm Third Tuesday of the month
Didactics TBD Fridays
Dartmouth-Rochester Case Conference 12:00-1:00 pm Fourth Friday of the month
Quality Conference with Technologists 5:00-6:00 pm Twice yearly (TBD)
Faculty Development Lecture   Last Tuesday of the month

Working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

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Current Residents

Jared Colvert, DO

Jared Colvert, DO

Jason Rakita, MD

Jason Rakita, MD

Program alumni

Spotlight: Eva Mok, MD – Sleep Physician

University of Massachusetts-Baystate in Springfield, MA

Thoughts on her Dartmouth-Hitchcock Sleep Fellowship:

Dr. Eva Mok

"I thoroughly enjoyed my time during Sleep fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. There were plenty of opportunity to see the full range of sleep pathologies including sleep disordered breathing, parasomnias, circadian rhythm disorders, sleep-related movement disorders, insomnia, and hypersomnolence disorders such as narcolepsy. It was very clear that my education and learning was a top priority. I also completed a research project on OSA and influenza that I am proud of and presented a poster at the annual AASM Sleep conference. I learned a lot and felt very well prepared for the next step in my career after fellowship; as a full time Sleep physician seeing both adults and children at another academic institution.

On my days off, I had opportunities for excellent outdoor activities including snowboarding at the nearby world-class ski resorts in the winter and hiking in the breathtaking, Instagram-worthy, New Hampshire mountains during spring and summer.'"

Year Fellow Practice
2019-2020 Arun Mallapareddi, MD  
  Kamal Patel, MD  
2018-2019 Eva Mok, MD University of Massachusetts-Baystate,
Springfield, MA
  Jeremy Petrous, DO Spectrum Health Medical Group,
Grand Rapids, MI
2017-2018  Ronald Gilley, MD Baptist Health, Madisonville, KY
  Milena Goldschmidt, MD  St. Luke’s University Health Network, PA
2016-2017 Keith Fish, MD Private Practice, CT
  Peter Rajacic, MD Dedicated Seniors, Las Vegas, NV
2015-2016 Yujean Han, DO The Polyclinic, Seattle, WA
  William Haynal, MD Asante Sleep Center/Rouge Regional Medical Center,
 Medford, OR

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Phone: 603.650.3156 (Program Coordinator) (Program Director)

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