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DHMC Campus Shuttle Bus

Centerra shuttle

The Centerra Shuttle runs Monday through Friday. It provides service between the East Entrance, DHMC Child Care, David's House, Colburn Hill Offices, Evergreen 1 and 2, and Novell.

Lot 9 shuttle

Advance Transit runs the Lot 9 shuttle Monday through Friday. It provides shuttle service to and from Lot 9 and the hospital's North Entrance and East Entrance. View the Lot 9 shuttle activity on the Advance Transit website.

Hours Locations Served Good to Know
6:15 am to 6:00 pm
  • Lot 9
  • North Entrance
  • East Entance
Wait time is shortest between 7:00 am and 5:30 pm, when two buses are running on this route.
6:00 to 7:30 pm
  • Lot 9
  • North Entrance
There is one bus running on this route. The last bus to Lot 9 leaves the North Entrance at 7:30 pm.

The DHMC Security Shuttle bus is available at the East Entrance to return riders to Lot 9 from 8:00 to 11:00 pm. After 11:00 pm, page Security at 5-9381 to request a ride to Lot 9.

Please park in the lower level of Lot 9 until no spaces are available. Begin to park in the upper level of Lot 9 only after the lower level is full.

Lot 20 shuttle

The Advance Transit Lot 20 bus hours of operation are from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday. View the Lot 20 shuttle activity on the Advance Transit website.

The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Security shuttle bus continues to return riders to Lot 20 from 6:00 to 11:00 pm from the East Entrance. After 11:00 pm, call the Security Department at beeper 5-9381 for a ride to Lot 20.

Lot 20 emergency call stations

Call station outage

Emergency call stations in Lot 20 are temporarily out of order. If you require assistance in Lot 20, please call the hospital operator directly at (603) 650-5000, or page Security at pager 5-9381.

Eight emergency call stations have been placed throughout Lot 20. Stations are located in the center islands of each section of the lot. These stations consist of a light pole topped with a blue light. At the base of the pole is an intercom box with a button. When the button is pushed the blue light begins to flash and you will be connected to the hospital operator. You can then describe the type of emergency to the operator and the operator will follow through to get the help that you need. This call station can be used for any emergency including motor vehicle assistance, medical emergency, or to report any suspicious activity to Security.

Please contact DH_SecurityNorth@hitchcock.org with questions or suggestions.

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