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23 hours ago

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Community Health offers services at three Rutland nursing homes: Mountain View Center, Rutland Rehabilitation and Rehab Center and at The Pines.

We want to take a moment to recognize the incredible hard work, determination, safety, humor and unwavering care displayed by our Nursing Home staff during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Here are a few staff members sampling new PPE. We love that in spite of this situation, they are having fun and ready to get to work in our community.

Together, we can overcome anything.
#covid_19 #COVID19 #covid #essentialworkers #communityhealth #communityhealthvt #safetyfirst
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True Hero’s! Thank you so much!

That is my old office ❣️

Heroes!

Thank you...

3 days ago

Community Health

It's with great pleasure that we welcome new staff to Community Health. They will be going to Dental, Castleton, Rutland, Medical Records, Allen Pond & Administration. We're happy that they've chosen to work with our team and wish them all the best.
For anyone else looking for a new career opportunity, check us out: www.chcrr.org/join-our-team/
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Its with great pleasure that we welcome new staff to Community Health. They will be going to Dental, Castleton, Rutland, Medical Records, Allen Pond & Administration. Were happy that theyve chosen to work with our team and wish them all the best.
For anyone else looking for a new career opportunity, check us out: https://www.chcrr.org/join-our-team/

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Congratulations to you all. Kate Yak so proud of you and wish you so much success at Community Health

Welcome to our amazing Team!

Welcome to the team y'all 😊

Welcome to the CHCRR family!

Welcome!

Welcome to the tribe

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4 days ago

Community Health

The biggest reasons giving blood is so important:

1. About 36,000 units of red blood cells and 7,000 units of
platelets are needed every single day in the U.S.

2. The most requested blood type by hospitals is type O. This kind
of blood can be transfused to patients of all blood types, so it’s
always in great demand and very short supply. Only 7% of
people in the U.S. have type O.

3. A single car accident victim may need up to 100 pints of blood to
survive.

4. About 6.8 million people donate blood every year in the U.S.

5. 38% of our population is eligible to donate, but less than 10% actually do.

6. Donating blood is a simple, safe process. All you have to do is register, take a mini medical history test, donate, and then accept free refreshments like water, Gatorade, granola bars, etc.

7. A single donation from a single patient can help more than one person.

To find a blood donation site in your area follow this link:
tinyurl.com/y6camgzg

#NationalBloodDonorMonth #GiveBloodSaveLife #GiveBloodShareLife #donateblooddonatelife
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The biggest reasons giving blood is so important:

1. About 36,000 units of red blood cells and 7,000 units of 
platelets are needed every single day in the U.S.

2. The most requested blood type by hospitals is type O. This kind 
of blood can be transfused to patients of all blood types, so it’s 
always in great demand and very short supply. Only 7% of 
people in the U.S. have type O.

3. A single car accident victim may need up to 100 pints of blood to 
survive.

4. About 6.8 million people donate blood every year in the U.S.

5. 38% of our population is eligible to donate, but less than 10% actually do.

6. Donating blood is a simple, safe process. All you have to do is register, take a mini medical history test, donate, and then accept free refreshments like water, Gatorade, granola bars, etc.

7. A single donation from a single patient can help more than one person.

To find a blood donation site in your area follow this link:
https://tinyurl.com/y6camgzg
 
#NationalBloodDonorMonth #GiveBloodSaveLife #GiveBloodShareLife  #donateblooddonatelife

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O positive is actually the most common blood type and O neg is 6% of the us population...

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Coronavirus Vaccine Information as of December 19, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus named COVID-19. The outbreak first started in Wuhan, China, but cases have been identified in a growing number of other international locations including South Korea, Italy, Iran, Japan and Hong Kong. It is important that the […]

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