Leaders from every corner of Southwestern Vermont Health Care have prepared their teams to treat patients safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn about the advancements we've made to ensure safety and get the information you need to resume your care.
During COVID-19, SVMC has relied on expert guidance from our clinical teams. Dr. Marie George, an infectious disease specialist, leads the teams making decisions to keep patients and staff safe.
We are open. Types of care provided include:
SVMC is ready and safe. SVMC has implemented many changes to ensure that its departments and teams are prepared to provide safe care for all. Changes to care include:
We've never stopped being there for patients.
Even as elective surgical procedures were suspended in early March, SVHC continued to provide safe, high-quality care for patients requiring urgent and emergent surgical interventions. The health system’s emergency department, ExpressCare, and most of its primary and specialty care practices consistently remained open during the pandemic. Many practices continued to see patients through enhanced telemedicine appointments. And, the hospital’s Women's and Children’s Department welcomed more than 40 babies in May. Elective outpatient procedures resumed May 7.
NATIONAL AND STATE RESOURCES:
IN THIS SECTION:
Hotline and Other Numbers
How Does it Spread?
What's my Risk?
Handling COVID Stress
What if I Have Symptoms?
Making Essential Trips
Pick-Up and Delivery Services
Ticks and COVID-19
Ways to Help
CAT-TV Concert Series
Donations and Tax Benefits
12/9/2020 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
A commitment to excellence and a patient-centered approach sets Southwestern Vermont Health Care apart.
12/9/2020 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
12/3/2020 11:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center is hosting an American Red Cross Blood drive 11:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Thursday, December 5, 2019, in its employee cafeteria.
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