Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region Healthy Teeth Mean a Healthy You Healthy teeth are part of everyone’s general health routine from babies to seniors. • Two locations to serve you • Sliding fee scales for essential services Learn More New PATIENT PORTAL! The Patient Portal provides you with secure, online access to portions of your medical record. In addition, you can also: • Securely Message Your Provider • Review Your Lab Results • Request Prescription Renewals • And Much More! Learn More Visit The Patient Center Get Directions & Hours Join Our Team Find a Provider Visit Our Health Library Community Health Centers: In action in our communities! True to our mission to improve and promote the health of all people in our service area, CHCRR supports many community efforts that promote the adoption of healthy habits in children and adults that will help them develop healthy lifestyle choices. Log Miles & Stay Active this Winter! Log miles and stay active this winter! Join us as we take up the 100 miles in 100 days challenge! We are co-sponsoring this wonderful walking challenge this winter. Pick up a registration packet at any local library or visit comealiveoutside/100miles. Free and open to all ages. For more information visit comealiveoutside/100miles. Visit us at the Rutland Business Show, Tuesday, March 13, 2018 The Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region will have a booth at the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce Annual Business Show March 13, 2018, at the Holiday Inn in Rutland from 4-7 pm. Visit us and learn about receiving critically important primary care health services regardless of your insurance status. We look forward to seeing you and answering any questions you may have. For more information click here to visit the Chamber’s website. CHCRR would like to remind you to get the Flu Shot and be a Flu Fighter. Flu is a respiratory infection caused by a number of viruses. Most people with the flu get better on their own. But it can be serious. It can cause complications and sometimes even death. Getting the flu vaccine every year is the best way to lower your chance of getting the flu and spreading it to others. The flu vaccine causes antibodies to develop in your body about two weeks after you get it. These antibodies provide protection against infection with the viruses that are in the vaccine. Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every season. Ask your health care provider which one is right for you. We do not discriminate. View our policy. View our policy.