Thanks to your continued vigilance and adherence to the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order, we have collectively reduced the community prevalence of COVID-19 in Central Vermont
Thank you for continuing to do your part to help Vermont begin to flatten the COVID-19 curve. As we see positive downward trends in the prevalence of the virus, the ramifications on households, businesses, and hospitals across our state and Central Vermont Medical Center have been profound.
Thanks to our dedicated CVMC team of professionals and with your support, we continue to provide high quality care and services to our community during this COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a brief summary of some of our efforts to date.
Learn about new masking recommendations issued by the state, how CVMC is responding, and what you can do to help sew and donate masks.
We are deeply grateful for all that you are doing to support Central Vermont Medical Center as we prepare for a potential surge in COVID-19 patients. First, your efforts to follow Governors Scott’s request to “stay at home and stay safe” is critical to flattening the curve of transmission within our community.
Today, I wanted to thank you for the outpouring of support that we have seen from our community. Whether it is showing up with a sign to cheer on our staff, offers of supplies, or nurses coming back from retirement, our community is truly coming together and helping wherever possible.
The University of Vermont Health Network is taking steps to protect our patients and staff as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including changing our visitor policy to discourage all visitors with few exceptions, and suspending all non-urgent procedures and encounters to conserve needed resources.
A Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) provider has been confirmed as COVID-19 positive. The employee interacted with a small group of patients and staff while asymptomatic, and has been in self-isolation since becoming symptomatic.
I am writing to inform you that the Vermont Department of Health confirmed that a provider at Central Vermont Medical Center has tested positive for the coronavirus, COVID-19. This news hits very close to home for our team and we are hopeful the individual will make a full and complete recovery.
Dear Central Vermont Community Members,
Central Vermont Medical Center is an important anchor in our region. On any given day, each of our sites actively host patients, visitors, medical specialists, students and residents, community classes, meetings, and important health promotion programs such as the Vermont Foodbank’s VeggieVanGo mobile food pantry.
In the face of COVID-19, CVMC recognizes that all of this activity could present a risk to our patients, our residents at Woodridge, staff, and the community as a whole.