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VERMONT - Each year many Vermonters experience a fall, yet only half will tell their health care provider. A fall can cause an injury and may result in hospitalization. A serious injury, especially for the elderly, can limit a person’s mobility and independence and increase social isolation,...
TOWNSHEND – Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital’s community wellness classes will resume in September. All classes are free unless otherwise noted.
The Alzheimer’s caregiver support group will take place the first Thursday of every month, from 11 am to 12 pm, Heins room 1, beginning...
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott announced a hazard pay grant program for employers of certain front-line health care and human services employees this week.  
Under the program, employers of people in certain occupations, including medical care providers, first responders, dental personnel,...
MONTPELIER- On Wednesday, Gov. Phil Scott said he’ll extend the state of emergency that has been in place since March 17 for another month, and announced two more CARES-funded programs. 
“Today we’re announcing two grant programs to help the health care and agriculture sectors get through...
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott, at his press conference on Monday, announced that Vermont's health care system can resume some outpatient elective medical procedures and health care services.
Gov. Scott suspended all nonessential elective medical procedures, including dental procedures, in an...

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