Do you know what to do if you see someone suddenly collapse? For Lisa Woodworth, a colleague’s quick thinking helped save her mother’s life.
COVID-19 is spreading faster and wider in our region than we have seen before. And, with Thanksgiving right around the corner, this opportunistic virus is ready to take a stronger grip on our communities if we are not careful. This is why, in New York, private indoor gatherings are limited to no more than 10 people. And in Vermont, only members of the same household may gather together.
Due to the recent cyberattack against the UVM Health Network, Central Vermont Medical Center is asking all patients with appointments at the following practices to call 24 hours in advance of their appointment.
John R. Brumsted, MD, UVM Health Network president and chief executive officer, pledges that the health system will be committed to ongoing, careful and meaningful action in the effort to create a culture that is equitable, diverse and inclusive for our employees, patients and the communities we serve.
Watch our Facebook Live discussion featuring CVMC Pediatrics Medical Director Dr. Anna Hankins and Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Jessie Leyse.
Dr. Jennifer Borofsky, medical director of CVMC’s Mad River family medicine clinic in Waitsfield, was one of one of several primary care providers who volunteered to pick up shifts in the main hospital, giving the hospitalist team a deeper bench as they prepared for a potential surge of COVID-19 patients.
Infection Preventionist Erica Baker and Infectious Disease Physician Dr. Jessie Leyse have played a critical role in CVMC's COVID-19 response and recovery. We talked with them to learn what it was like in the early days of the outbreak, and how our infection control protocols evolved to help keep patients and staff safe.
Summer is here and you’re likely asking yourself what is safe? And how do I participate in my usual summer activities? We asked Central Vermont Medical Center infectious disease physician Jessie Leyse, MD, MPH for her advice on staying safe this summer.
Watch our Facebook Live discussion with experts from the CVMC Women's Health Team and Good Beginnings of Central Vermont.
March and April were especially cold at the CVMC pop-up collection site, where CVMC nurses take samples for COVID-19 testing. Hear what it was like from testing site lead Meridith Vaughan, RN BSN.