There are a number of community members who volunteer in our office, providing much-needed clerical support, including filing in our medical records department, assembling mailings and information binders for patients and other similar tasks. This assistance is immensely helpful and appreciated.
If you are interested in volunteering in our office, please contact Patty Connor, Community Relations & Development Assistant, by using the contact box to the right.
Meet Harley, Medical Records Volunteer
Harley J., of Northfield, Vermont, has volunteered in Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice’s Medical Records Department once a week for over eight years. Harley was born in Oklahoma, earned a PhD in math, and worked for the U.S. Navy for 28 years before moving to Vermont to teach at Norwich University. Harley is a Past District Governor of International Rotary District 7850, which covers southern Quebec, Northern Vermont and Northern New Hampshire. He is a past Rotary Club President and remains very active in Rotary locally and district wide. Harley is 91 years. We are grateful for his service to our agency and to our country.
Additional Volunteer Opportunities
We also have opportunities for volunteers to provide support at our public foot care and flu clinics. If you are interested in volunteering at our foot care or flu clinics, please contact Patty Connor, Community Relations & Development Assistant, via email or by calling 802-224-2201.