National Life Group's second annual Do Good Fest, held on Saturday, July 18th, was once again a huge success, raising $15,000 for the CVMC Branches of Hope Patient Cancer Fund. All of us at CVMC thank National Life Group for their generous support of our cancer program over the years.
Thirty-eight works of art donated to CVMC from The Susan Sebastian Foundation will be on display in the CVMC Art Gallery for the next month, after which they will be permanently hung on the walls of patients rooms.
Did you know that our hospital has a team of ‘med wreckers’? Learn about how our group of experienced nurses work with staff and patients to ensure safe and effective medicine selection for our patients here at CVMC.
For the past three years, UVM Health Network - CVMC has partnered with the Vermont Youth Conservation Corp (VYCC) in support of VYCC's Health Care Share program, providing food-insecure families in central Vermont with local farm-fresh food and nutritional education.
June is a month that celebrates cancer survivorship. Learn about how our cancer care team at UVM Health Network - CVMC works with local partners to raise funds for cancer research and to celebrate cancer survivorship in our area.
Our fast paced lives have us moving in many directions. We can often get caught up in our daily obligations, and the demands placed on us by work, family, or a combination of both can often lead to high levels of stress. Learn how just 5 minutes a day of meditation can help relieve stress.
This spring and summer we all need to be vigilant about preventing tick bites. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) more than 300,000 Americans contract Lyme disease each year. Learn what you need to know about lyme disease and how to prevent and identify tick bites.
Each year, over 100,000 Americans are afflicted with Aphasia, an acquired neurological disorder which is more common than Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, or muscular dystrophy.
You may or may not have vertigo when you are dizzy. Learn how a physical therapist can help assess your symptoms and recommend the most appropriate treatment.
It is never too early or too late to start thinking about your bone health! Bone density refers to the strength of your bones. Up until around the age of 30 you are actually increasing your bone density, because more bone is being made than is being lost. Even if you are over the age of 30, you can still help slow the process of bone loss by adopting healthy habits.