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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Creates a New Data Center Built for the Future of Healthcare

We are so grateful to be part of this innovative project at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (D-H). For those in healthcare and greater New England, you know that D-H has been busy building affiliations across the region and the base of users and applications in the data center continues to expand.  The Dartmouth-Hitchcock system annually supports 1.7 million outpatient visits, performs over 22,000 surgeries, discharges 28,000 patients, and handles 31,000 emergency room visits in the Lebanon emergency department. The largest private employer in New Hampshire, D-H has approximately 10,000 full and part-time employees around the state.

Read the recent case study on how D-H created a new data center built for the future of healthcare. 

LEDG provided a wide array of advisory and data center design services for the Dartmouth-Hitchcock multi-year data center project. Services included:

  • Colocation requirements definition and evaluation support
  • Data center planning and design, including site development, structural modifications, new MEP infrastructure, telecommunications, security, fire protection, and environmental monitoring
  • Data center technology infrastructure and equipment
  • Project Management

“Building a world-class data center is essential for the future of Dartmouth-Hitchcock,” stated Martin C. Purcell, Vice President for IS Operations at D-H. “The team at LEDG provided an unmatched collaborative approach to help the entire team meet our goals on a day-to-day basis.”

Patient rooms of the future, digital health, and Internet of Things (IoT) along with continued collaborations and affiliations will continue to increase the demand for fast, reliable computing no matter the data is generated. Today, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock information technology team and the new data center infrastructure is poised for what the future of healthcare holds for the organization.