Looking for something healthy and tasty to serve this Labor Day weekend that also helps to use up some of those beets and beans from your garden? Try out this recipe from our Mountainview Café staff.
Did you know that according to a report in March 2015, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported that in just one year, traumatic brain injuries (or TBI) accounted for nearly 2.2 million emergency department visits, 280,000 hospitalizations and 50,000 deaths?
For parents of children with asthma, back-to-school preparations mean more than just buying school supplies and new clothing—it is also the time to start taking proactive steps to involve your school’s health services in the management of your child’s asthma.
Staff in the Emergency Room at CVMC recently performed CPR for over an hour before resuscitating the patient. As a result of their efforts the team in the Emergency Room received the “Heartsavers Hero Award” from the American Heart Association.
Learn how you can keep sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords, credit card information or bank accounts, safe from increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks called "phishing."
Over 175 countries across the globe celebrate the first week in August as “World Breastfeeding Week.” Each year the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) selects a theme for the week-long international celebration, to raise awareness and encourage action supporting breastfeeding mothers.
National Life Group's second annual Do Good Fest, held on Saturday, July 18th, was once again a huge success, raising $15,000 for the CVMC Branches of Hope Patient Cancer Fund. All of us at CVMC thank National Life Group for their generous support of our cancer program over the years.
Thirty-eight works of art donated to CVMC from The Susan Sebastian Foundation will be on display in the CVMC Art Gallery for the next month, after which they will be permanently hung on the walls of patients rooms.
Did you know that our hospital has a team of ‘med wreckers’? Learn about how our group of experienced nurses work with staff and patients to ensure safe and effective medicine selection for our patients here at CVMC.
For the past three years, UVM Health Network - CVMC has partnered with the Vermont Youth Conservation Corp (VYCC) in support of VYCC's Health Care Share program, providing food-insecure families in central Vermont with local farm-fresh food and nutritional education.