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COVID-19 has forced health care providers into a balancing act: Even as we step up to meet the demands of this pandemic, we haven’t forgotten about our patients who require non-COVID care. This newsletter has examples of both priorities. There’s a story of surviving COVID-19, illustrating the resilience, expertise and community support needed to combat this illness. And there’s a story about expanded video-visit technology, which allows us to meet patients where they are. We’ve also taken precautions to minimize the risk of in-person visits when the situation calls for it. The common thread: We are here for our communities, now and into the future.

John R. Brumsted, MD
President and CEO, The UVM Health Network

How Video Brings Your Care Home, Safely. 

A provider and patient talk about what it was like to use video for an actual appointment. Because your health needs didn't end when COVID-19 began. And sometimes you break your toe and need your care team! 

Richard's Story

Surviving a Serious Case of COVID-19

Three days after being put on a ventilator Richard woke to see the relieved faces of the members of his care team gathered around his hospital bed. “They got me through, it’s pretty amazing,” he says. 


Understanding Grief, Resilience and the New "War" at Home

A Psychologist who lived through war explains how we experience grief and can embrace hope in our war against coronavirus. 

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CDC Reports Rise in Injuries and Poisonings from COVID-19 Home Cleaning

Our poison prevention expert shares advice for safely using and storing cleaners, and debunks myths about drinking disinfectants. 

News and updates

The Latest Information and Resources from The UVM Health Network

Find the most up-to-date resources, answers to your questions and a collection of the latest news impacting our community.