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Nurse Promoted to Lead Maternal-Child Health program

Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH) is pleased to welcome Michelle Dane, RN, to the role of Maternal-Child Health (MCH) Manager. Katy Leffel, RN, IBCLC, left her post as MCH Manager in October.

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Michelle, a native Texan, brings significant nursing experience to her new role. She worked as a Registered Nurse in the Labor & Delivery and Postpartum departments at hospitals in Central Texas before relocating to Central Vermont in 2016. Prior to joining CVHHH as an MCH RN, she worked on the Women & Children’s Unit at Central Vermont Medical Center. “I am passionate about leading CVHHH’s Maternal-Child Health team, which brings nursing support to families and connects them to valuable community resources,” says Michelle.

CVHHH’s MCH Team offers a range of medical and non-medical supports and services to Central Vermont families to promote maternal and child health and wellness from pregnancy through birth and beyond. The team is comprised of Registered Nurses, who are experienced at supporting pregnant women and new mothers and who believe in the benefits of early intervention for parents, children, and families. Services include lactation support at home, seven days a week, including holidays, nutrition education for mothers and babies, skilled nursing care, support connecting with community providers, and much more. For a full list of MCH services, visit CVHHH online.

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