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The COVID-19 pandemic has made all of us more thankful for the basic, important things in our lives – things like the health and safety of our families, and the support of our communities. So many people have come forward to say “thank you” and offer words of encouragement to health care workers all across the region. These simple acts mean so much. Our #ThanksHealthHeroes gratitude campaign, detailed in this newsletter, is a way to keep those messages coming during these difficult times. I am inspired by, and grateful for, the strength and resilience of our UVM Health Network team and the communities we serve.


John R. Brumsted, MD
President and CEO
The University of Vermont Health Network

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How Staying Home Slows the Spread

Did you know that one person who has COVID-19 can spread the virus to 406 people in 30 days? And someone who is sick with no symptoms can still spread the virus.

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Your Health Care Needs Did Not End When COVID-19 Began. We’re Here for You.

Whether it be an illness, injury, or ongoing medical condition that needs attention, please know that our emergency departments and urgent, specialty and primary care clinics are ready to provide care. Learn how we are addressing your medical concerns safely.

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#ThanksHealthHeroes

NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES! Help us show our gratitude for our healthcare heroes by sharing a message of thanks. Now more than ever, your thank you matters!

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Acknowledging Your Stress

Every aspect of our lives has changed in the wake of COVID-19. A UVM Health Network psychologist talks about how to recognize the stress that these changes are causing, and shares strategies for responding.

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Video Visits Help Flatten the Curve

Video visits allow us to stay safely at home, while still giving access to the care we need now. This helps protect our our community and reduces the burden on our healthcare providers.

 
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