Questions and Answers about Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

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Be yourself and be truthful be honest with your answers and be able to back it up with facts.. tell them if you have trouble in certain areas they have to accomodate ...

Answered - Dinning room attendant (Former Employee) - Lebanon, NH

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Don’t appear too nervous. Relax, they are interviewing you because you have a great resume. They don’t just hire anyone.


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Fight for what you want, don’t settle but don’t be bad about it.

Answered - LNA (Current Employee) - Lebanon, NH

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Always ask questions, physicians, appointment availability rules change frequently

Answered - Float Receptionist (Former Employee) - Keene, NH

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Try to work in a revenue-generating department

Answered - Medical Transcriptionist II (Former Employee) - Merrimack, NH

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