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As we continue to see positive signs in our efforts to combat COVID-19, it’s natural to think about getting back to normal. In society, it is clear that we’re heading into a “new normal” where things will look different than they did before this pandemic. That’s true in health care, as well. As more patients seeking health care services return to our clinics and hospitals, they will notice new practices for masking, screening, testing and social distancing, among others. One thing hasn’t changed, and that is our commitment to safe, high-quality care. As we navigate this “new normal” together, we will be here for you.

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

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