We’re Hiring: Quality Nurse Educator

Are you an experienced Registered Nurse looking for a regular office-based job? We are hiring a Quality Nurse Educator to develop and oversee a preceptor program for home care and hospice clinicians. This is a full-time job with Monday to Friday hours in our Berlin office and is eligible for...

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Changes to Home Care Clinical Leadership

We are thrilled to announce the following changes to our Home Care clinical leadership. Effective immediately, Sarah Rowan, RN, center, will serve as Adult Home Care Manager. This position reports to CVHHH’s COO, Kim LaGue, PT, and provides day-to-day management and oversight of CVHHH’s newly-appointed Team A Clinical Leader, Lisa...

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Two Central Vermonters Join CVHHH’s Board of Directors

We recently welcomed two Vermonters have joined our volunteer Board of Directors. To learn more about governance at CVHHH, visit the Our Leadership page of our website. Ed Read, Fayston Ed Read has lived in Fayston since 1995.He graduated from the University of Vermont and will receive his MBA from...

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Donate Face Masks to CVHHH

At CVHHH, we have continued to care for our community over the past three months. We have remained open for business, offering the full range of our services and supports to central Vermonters at home. The way we provide care changed. Our commitment to the community did not. We know...

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We Are Here for You

Today, as every day, we are here to care for you. Here is a message from CVHHH’s President & CEO, Sandy Rousse, about changes we made to how we provide care, onboard, and screen patients and staff to ensure everyone’s safety as we continue to provide the full range of...

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CVHHH Uses 3-D Technology to Build Protective Face Shields

Jon Irwin, CVHHH’s IT Manager, is using 3-D printing technology to construct reusable face shields, pictured, using an National Institutes of Health (NIH)-approved design. He has created a pop-up production space at CVHHH’s office in Berlin. We have all heard about the PPE (protective personal equipment) shortages in Vermont and...

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Virtual Grief Support Groups

We are offering weekly grief support groups via Zoom. We recognize that there is a real need in the community for extra support and togetherness in some form these days. Virtual meetings lets us continue to provide an essential service to you while maintaining our collective safety. The virtual groups...

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A Guide to Advance Care Planning in the Age of COVID-19

Below is a reprint of an article that we ran in the Times-Argus on Saturday, April 11. National Healthcare Decisions Day is Thursday, April 16. It’s a day devoted to helping people think about their healthcare wishes. Under normal circumstances, we would say that there is no better time than ...

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Our Staff. Our Heroes. Thank You!

As the COVID-19 pandemic has spread in our community, our visiting clinicians and staff have shown incredible bravery and compassion as they continue to care for members of our community. These are just a few of the messages of gratitude we have received from management. We will update this page...

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Our COVID-19 Response

Updated Monday, March 30, 2020 CVHHH is monitoring news of COVID-19 and is in close contact with our network of community providers, UVMHN-Central Vermont Medical Center, the Vermont Department of Health, VNAs of Vermont, and the Department of Disabilities, Aging & Independent Living (DAIL). The safety of our patients and...

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