CVHHH Goes Red for Women!

Did you know that heart disease affects one in three women? That’s one in three of our mothers, wives, aunts, sisters, and best friends. In honor of Go Red for Women Day on Friday, February 1 and American Heart Month in February, we are sharing stories from seven CVHHH employees....

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CVHHH Partners with Barre City for Emergency Backup Plan

We have entered into an agreement, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), with the City of Barre that grants CVHHH permission to use a portion of the Barre Auditorium (AUD) as an alternate facility site so that CVHHH may continue to operate and provide care for central Vermonters in the event...

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Keeping Up Your Winter Exercise Routine

In a recent blog post, we shared four tips to help you avoid a fall this winter. Today, we’re going to delve deeper into the third tip, which urges regular exercise to maintain your strength and improve your balance. As we all know, everyday activities like walking from your car...

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A Thanksgiving Message

Brian Aitchison, a resident of Berlin and a lifelong Vermonter, is a partner in the Denis, Ricker & Brown/Hickok & Boardman insurance agency. He is a member of the Montpelier Rotary Club and a past president of the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce. Brian has long been a supporter of...

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Tips to Avoid a Fall this Winter

How to Walk Safely on the Ice and Snow A simple trip or fall walking from the car to your front door could change your life. You could break a bone or worse. Here are four tips to take through the winter to reduce your risk of a slip or...

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How to Deal with Grief During the Holidays

Diana Moore and Larry Detweiler are members of our hospice team. Diana is the Bereavement Coordinator, and Larry is the Chaplain. Hospice offers interdisciplinary care, including pain management, personal care, and social work, along with grief and bereavement support, at home to individuals nearing the end of life. Larry helps...

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