Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

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Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

Sr. Practice Manager, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Nashua

Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

I enjoy turning challenges into opportunities.

Mary Beth Fauteux, BS, HCA

Sr. Practice Manager, Primary Care

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Nashua

My first experience with Dartmouth-Hitchcock was during an externship in General Surgery in 1987. I loved the mission and culture here and knew this was the place for me. My work with the Patient Family Advisory Council allows me the opportunity to listen to the voice of our patients and work to improve their experiences here.

I am fortunate to be a part of such an amazing team, working alongside them to turn challenges into opportunities.

Megan Martin

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Megan Martin

Master Operating Room Scheduler, Perioperative Services/Urology

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Megan Martin

Being kind, positive and outgoing helps ease patients’ anxieties.

Megan Martin

Master Operating Room Scheduler, Perioperative Services/Urology

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

I chose to come to Dartmouth-Hitchcock because I wanted to help people. Knowing that I can help people feel better is important to me.

Being kind, positive and outgoing helps ease the anxiety patients have when scheduling surgery. And by maintaining an upbeat and funny attitude, I help brighten my colleagues’ workday as well.

Erin Marcotte

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Erin Marcotte

Credentialing Coordinator, Medical Staff Office

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Erin Marcotte

Working with your friends makes the day more enjoyable.

Erin Marcotte

Credentialing Coordinator, Medical Staff Office

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Living in the Upper Valley my whole life, I heard wonderful things about working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. So when I had the chance to work here, I was excited for the opportunity.

I’ve worked at D-H a long time and have built relationships with my colleagues. Working with your friends makes the day more enjoyable. I am willing to help my colleagues with anything. They can always reach out to me, and I will help in any way I can—and do it with a smile.

I’ve also developed relationships with our patients. Just listening to them and helping them can make a huge impact on their lives.

Brianna Veillette

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Brianna Veillette

Medical Assistant, CHaD

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Brianna Viellette

We need to take care of ourselves and each other.

Brianna Veillette

Medical Assistant, CHaD

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

We get to follow families throughout their first 20 years, so I’m confident I know their ‘normal.’ I can look into a patient’s eyes and know when they are not feeling well. I love watching the patients grow into wonderful, young adults, and young couples become amazing parents. And when I give a flu vaccine and a child says, ‘that didn’t hurt as much as I thought it would,’ I know I’ve made a difference.

I am very big on making sure my coworkers have fun and smile at work. We handle a lot of sad and hard situations, and we need to make sure we take care of ourselves and each other.

Erin E. Lynch, MS, CCRP

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Erin E. Lynch, MS, CCRP

Regulatory and Compliance Officer, Norris Cotton Cancer Center

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Erin E. Lynch, MS, CCRP

Every member of the team makes an important contribution.

Erin E. Lynch, MS, CCRP

Regulatory and Compliance Officer, Norris Cotton Cancer Center

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

My teammates are an amazing group of people, and I enjoy being able to interact every day with colleagues who share a common goal of preventing and curing cancer.

Even though I have little interaction with patients, I am proud of the work we do to support clinical research at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center and beyond. Every member of the team makes an important contribution to ongoing efforts to improve diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for our patients.

I strive to be helpful, knowledgeable and approachable for every person at the Cancer Center who wants to better understand research regulations and guidelines. Having been a teacher early in my career, I try to foster an environment of continuous learning and improvement.

Kelly Leighton

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Kelly Leighton

Clinical Secretary, Psychiatry

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Kelly Leighton

I am glad that we are able to help patients.

Kelly Leighton

Clinical Secretary, Psychiatry

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

I worked for Psychiatry when we were part of Geisel Medical School, and two years ago we transferred to Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Dartmouth-Hitchcock went above and beyond to make us feel great about working here.

When I schedule a patient for their testing, I know they will soon receive the care they need, and that’s a good feeling. I am glad that we are able to help patients understand their cognitive issues.

I keep our office running smoothly by providing office snacks to keep everyone from getting ‘hangry.’

Kyle Koehler

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Kyle Koehler

Dining Room Attendant

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Kyle Koehler

I like to help wherever needed.

Kyle Koehler

Dining Room Attendant

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

I like the community atmosphere at Dartmouth-Hitchcock and seeing familiar faces on a daily basis. I’m always smiling and showing pride in my work. I like to help wherever needed and feel that teamwork is an important part of my job.

I enjoy serving customers fresh, healthy meals, running the register and getting to talk to the customers. After spending two years in the culinary program at Hartford Area Career and Technology Center, I’d like someday to be in the kitchen making those healthy meals.

Rajneesh Jain, BE, MBA

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Rajneesh Jain, BE, MBA

Lead Application Systems Programmer/Analyst, ERP Solutions Team

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Rajneesh Jain

I enjoy mentoring and collaborating with my team members.

Rajneesh Jain, BE, MBA

Lead Application Systems Programmer/Analyst, ERP Solutions Team

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

After working as a consultant for almost two years, I fell in love with Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the Upper Valley. I admired the work culture at D-H and the value management teams placed in its employees. After my first child was born here, I felt so grateful that I decided to work here as my way of saying thank you and to help others in need of care.

My job is to reengineer existing processes and implement efficient system solutions, in turn helping advance health care quality and outcomes. The trust placed in me by our leaders and the appreciation of the work I perform is rewarding. I enjoy mentoring and collaborating with my very skilled team to create efficient solutions.

Jeanette Hurdle

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Jeanette Hurdle

Registration Representative, General Ambulatory Services

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Jeanette Hurdle

I always consider what others may be going through.

Jeanette Hurdle

Registration Representative, General Ambulatory Services

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

I chose to work at Dartmouth-Hitchcock because of the compassionate care I received here as a patient. From this experience, I always pause to consider what others may be going through.

I enjoy getting to know patients. Seeing them as individuals with hopes, dreams and fears guides my approach with them, recognizing simple things, like knowing a patient enjoys reading or knitting.

I feel that my co-workers are comfortable coming to me with questions or for help solving a problem. I try to be flexible, which I know is appreciated. My work group is very knowledgeable, and I am fortunate to work with a group that is willing to share their knowledge with me.

Laurie Gelb, MS, NBC-HWC

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Laurie Gelb, MS, NBC-HWC

Health Coach, Culinary Medicine Coordinator, Weight & Wellness Center

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Laurie Gelb

My joy comes from taking part in a patient’s journey.

Laurie Gelb, MS, NBC-HWC

Health Coach, Culinary Medicine Coordinator, Weight & Wellness Center

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

I joined the D-H Weight & Wellness Center because of the clinic’s mission to educate patients using a comprehensive approach to helping patients make sustainable lifestyle changes. My joy comes from taking part in a patient’s journey when they begin to practice and see the results of this self-care.

My goal is to develop an understanding of what brings our patients to the clinic. When we explore what patients value most, we can create actionable goals toward behavior change. We do this with a non-judgmental, compassionate approach where patients are encouraged to believe in their ability to make changes that will positively impact their health.