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.
Don’t wait to receive care! Learn more about how you can see your health care provider from home with telephone and video visits.
Many of our practices use the video chatting program called Zoom to conduct video appointments. We want to reassure you that the Zoom program that UVM Health Network has implemented across our practices is secure and private.
Some experts are now recommending that you wear a cloth mask when you need to be in public settings. Learn what you need to know about making and wearing cloth face coverings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the UVM Health Network.
In Vermont and across the nation, a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases requiring medical attention threatens to overwhelm hospitals. There won’t be enough care for the critically sick. That’s why staying home during the corona virus will save lives.