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Over the past few months, COVID-19 has forced all of us to spend less time with others. As UVM Health Network re-emerges from COVID-related closures and cancellations, we must continue to restrict most visitors to keep patients and staff as safe as possible. But please know that you are never truly alone when visiting our facilities. Our staff will help you understand and navigate changes related to COVID-19, and they’re available to answer any other questions or concerns you might have. We’re the providers you know and trust, and it’s a privilege to serve you.

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

Welcome Back to Care. What Has Changed?

Health care facilities across our region are now resuming in-person elective procedures and appointments. See what's changed at our locations to keep you safe at your next appointment. 

Primary Care Patient Got Care, When and Where He Needed It Most

Check out how video visits are working with a patient and a primary care provider at UVM Health Network - Alice Hyde Medical Center.

Dining Out, Public Restrooms, Beaches and Hugs?

Infectious disease expert Tim Lahey, MD, answers your latest questions about being outside our homes as businesses reopen and stay-at-home orders begin to relax.

COVID-19 and Stroke: What You Need to Know

Neurologist Christopher Commichau, MD, talks about signs of stroke, and how fear shouldn't keep us from getting needed care.

Don't Mess With Bingo: How Technology Is Keeping Nursing Home Residents Safe and Engaged 

UVM Health Network - Porter Medical Center nursing home resident Ann Sullivan discovered she prefers video calls over traditional phone calls.