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  • Coronavirus: (COVID-19) UPDATED Sunday March 22, 2020
    March 22, 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 Rutland community know about this virus and how to protect themselves and each other from contracting it.
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  • Calling All Teddy Bears to Rutland WinterFest
    February 5, 2020
    At Community Health, we love to care. And, lots of love and care will be shared February 21 at the Teddy Bear Clinic at Rutland WinterFest. It's become an annual tradition at Community Health where our staff and volunteers lovingly mend your teddy bear, unicorn, dinosaur or child's favorite plush creature.
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  • Congressman Impressed By "Effective and Efficient" Care at Community Health
    February 3, 2020
    Rutland - Community Health Chief Executive Officer Don Reuther gathered members of his leadership team on Friday, January 31st to guide Vermont Congressman Peter Welch through the health network’s primary care facility in Castleton, where he saw health care in action. Dr. Julie Foster was using voice recognition software to transcribe patient notes when Welch stopped to observe time-saving software in use. Dr. Foster told Welch the technology was a “huge asset” to her work. Castleton Practice Leader Cathy Cota explained the facility’s color-coded tracking system that ensures efficient and timely care of patients.
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  • Quality Matters at Community Health
    January 8, 2020
    Rutland - Tracy Upton is a registered nurse, a career caregiver and skilled provider who has worked in primary care and pediatrics for 23 years. She cares about quality. Upton’s 17 years of direct patient care experience is being applied more strategically now in her role as the quality improvement manager. Upton works closely with Community Health’s medical director and clinical director to prioritize ways to make the delivery of health care at Community Health more effective, more efficient, and more geared toward addressing patient’s health needs before issues arise.
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  • Community Health Medical Director Honored as Advocate for Nurse Practitioners
    December 6, 2019
    Community Health Medical Director Honored as Advocate for Nurse Practitioners.National NP Group Names Dr. Bradley Berryhill Vermont Advocate. Dr. Bradley Alan Berryhill, Community Health Medical Director, is recipient of the 2020 AANP Advocate State Award for Excellence.
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    Bradley Berryhill, MD
  • Winter Wellness Starts With a Plan
    December 2, 2019
    Winter’s short days and long nights can be festive and busy and stressful and lonely all at the same time. With the first full day of winter officially on Sunday, December 22, it’s time to prepare for the changes that impact every one of us as well as our friends and family members.
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  • Manage Your Diabetes With Community Health's Self-Management Education Program
    October 8, 2019
    Diabetes can be managed and Community Health can put you on a path to a healthier life. During National Diabetes Month in November, Community Health is featuring the team of trained diabetes educators and accessible educational services that are available not just in November, but year round. Diabetes educators help identify the risks that diabetes presents, but more importantly they emphasize the ways to manage your diabetes.
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  • Community Health Teams Walk Three Saturdays in September
    August 31, 2019
    This fall, teams from Community Health are walking with friends, neighbors, families, organizations, businesses and supporters who care about the health and wellness of our community and, specifically to prevent suicide and child abuse and support palliative care. Teams from Community Health’s network of medical, dental and behavioral health practices will be shoulder to shoulder with walkers in Rutland on three Saturdays in September.
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  • The Importance of Vaccinations
    May 20, 2019
    Until recently, many of the infectious foes of our immunizations were in retreat and became nearly forgotten. Unfortunately, we are now seeing a resurgence of these preventable diseases brought about largely by misinformation including the fabricated claim that the MMR vaccine is associated with autism. Numerous studies have revealed that this association is without factual support.
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American Diabetes Alert Day: March 24
A whopping 30 million Americans have diabetes. And, even more people are unaware that they are at high risk for developing diabetes. For people with diabetes, the pancreas makes insulin, but either it does not make enough of it or the body's cells don't use the insulin it makes. Get the Facts: bit.ly/2BJhXwx.
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American Diabetes Alert Day: March 24
A whopping 30 million Americans have diabetes. And, even more people are unaware that they are at high risk for developing diabetes. For people with diabetes, the pancreas makes insulin, but either it does not make enough of it or the bodys cells dont use the insulin it makes. Get the Facts: https://bit.ly/2BJhXwx.

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Community Connection • Recent Issues

  • Community Connection - Volume 4
    March 11, 2020
    Your health is our mission. Keeping you connected and up-to-date with our practices benefiting your well-being and health care. Inside this issue: Interview with Don Reuther, Community Health CEO / Right Care, Right Place / Get Moving Get Ready for Spring
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  • Community Connection - Volume 3
    December 30, 2019
    Your health is our mission. Keeping you connected and up-to-date with our practices benefiting your well-being and health care. Inside this issue: • Cornflake Holiday Treats • Winter Wellness Tips • Quality Matters to US • Community Dental is Taking New Patients
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  • Community Connection - Volume 2
    September 27, 2019
    Your health is our mission. Keeping you connected and up-to-date with our practices benefiting your well-being and health care. Inside this issue: • Ongoing Necessity of Vaccinations • Community Health Providers are Making a Difference in Rutland Area Nursing Homes • Why work at Community Health • Express Care—Open 7 Days A Week/365 Days A Year
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Community Wellness Calendar • Recent Issues

  • Healthy You Wellness Calendar — March/April 2020
    February 26, 2020
    A bi-monthly publication produced by Rutland Regional Medical Center designed to provide health resources to our community. This publication is packed with classes ranging from safe babysitting to stress management, and workshops covering diabetes and healthy living. Find information on upcoming athletic events and races, as well as links to community wellness resources and support groups. Download your copy today.
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  • Healthy You Wellness Calendar — Jan-Feb 2020
    December 16, 2019
    A bi-monthly publication produced by Rutland Regional Medical Center designed to provide health resources to our community. This publication is packed with classes ranging from safe babysitting to stress management, and workshops covering diabetes and healthy living. Find information on upcoming athletic events and races, as well as links to community wellness resources and support groups. Download your copy today.
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