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Patients will not lose their opportunity to be vaccinated due to this temporary closure

Berlin, Vt. – February 5 – Central Vermont Medical Center Emergency Department Nurse Lisa Walton, RN was selected at random out of a group of nominated CVMC staff who deserve recognition for regularly going above and beyond for CVMC’s patients and residents, and adapting quickly to new challenges and changing information. Walton is well known throughout the hospital for her cheerful disposition and can do attitude – she also happens to be a huge football fan. Her favorite team is the New England Patriots.

“I got the call from my supervisor over the weekend, and I couldn’t believe it,” said

Berlin, Vt. – February 3, 2021 – Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) today announced the hire of a new Chief Financial Officer, Kimberly Patnaude, following an extensive year-long national search.

Patnaude, a 30-year veteran of health care financial administration, will return to Vermont from her current post as Chief Financial Officer/Regional Vice President – Finance at CHRISTUS HEALTH Ochsner Southwest Louisiana – part of a $5B health care network with U.S. affiliates in Arizona, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Texas, as well as Central and South American countries.

“We’re thrilled to

Hospital Emerges as a National “Meds to Beds” Leader, Helping Patients Understand Their Medications Before They Return Home
Scott Comeau, Pam Mackenzie and Jan Demers Bring Deep Experience to Organization
More Than 3,100 People Volunteer For Vaccine Study
Hospital Auxiliary Awards $5,000 in Scholarships
All Vermont Hospitals Participate in this Historic Effort Overcoming Challenges with Fewer Doses, Delayed Shipments and Scheduling
Adjustment in timing of Epic installation due to COVID-19 response and recent cyberattack
UVM Medical Center continues vaccinating employees and community health care workers following State, CDC guidance
Gagne has served as Interim CNO since September 2019
Board of Directors Announces Appointment After Extensive National Search

The UVM Health Network has made good progress recovering from a cyberattack nearly two months ago, with some work remaining to complete. Today, we shared more information about the attack and our response, and confirmed that it was ransomware. Our IT staff did find a note, which did not request money, but included instructions to contact the criminals responsible for the attack. UVM Health Network leaders did not follow those instructions and instead contacted the FBI.

Based upon a thorough assessment by IT security experts, we have concluded that no Personally Identifiable Information (PII

Elizabethtown, NY - John Remillard, president of the University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital, will retire next spring after five years with the organization and over three decades in health care leadership.

In February 2016, Remillard joined Elizabethtown Community Hospital and the UVM Health Network. As president of Elizabethtown Community Hospital, he led the transformation of the former Moses Ludington Hospital into a medical campus and model for sustainable rural health care. Today, the Ticonderoga campus includes a completely redesigned 24-hour emergency

Hospital reaffirms the compliance of its employee medical procedure opt-out policies in letter to US Department of Health and Human Services
UVM Health Network Affiliates and Hospitals Across Vermont Working Quickly to Begin Phased Effort to Vaccinate Health Care Workers
Frontline Health Care Workers to Begin Receiving the Vaccine This Week

Elizabethtown, NY — Johnnie Wren, MD, recently joined the University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital to provide family medicine care. Dr. Wren will see patients at the Au Sable Forks Health Center, one of the hospital’s six community-based health centers in Essex County.

“Dr. Wren is a wonderful addition to our health center team and shares our passion for improving the lives of our patients and their families,” said Rob DeMuro, MD, medical director for primary care at Elizabethtown Community Hospital

“Connecting with patients and supporting the health of a

Elizabethtown, NY – The University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital recently received $15,000 to support the purchase of new equipment for its outpatient clinics. A $12,000 donation from the hospital auxiliary and $3,000 grant award from the International Paper Foundation will go toward high definition display monitors for the hospital’s endoscopy suites in Elizabethtown and Ticonderoga.

“We are grateful for the continued support of the hospital auxiliary and International Paper Foundation,” said John Remillard, Elizabethtown Community Hospital president. “The

The University of Vermont Health Network has restored access to the MyChart online patient portal for existing users, as well as EpicCare Link, an interface that allows community providers to have read-only access to the health information of shared patients. These important milestones are critical steps forward in restoring normal operations for our patients and communities.

MyChart was unavailable to patients following the recent cyberattack. All patients at the University of Vermont Medical Center, and most ambulatory patients at Central Vermont Medical Center, Porter Medical Center and