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RANDOLPH — VeggieVanGo, a Vermont Foodbank program that distributes free fresh fruits and vegetables around the state, has added more stops in the...

RANDOLPH — Health care and human service organizations in Vermont welcomed the Legislature’s approval last week of nearly $327 million in funding...

Pregnant in the age of coronavirus

4/9/20

GRANTHAM — As she prepares to welcome her second child sometime in the next couple of weeks, Jenna-Lee Doss is trying to stay positive.Doss, a 27...

WINDSOR — Leaders of two of the Upper Valley’s critical access hospitals say they’re ready to weather an anticipated surge of COVID-19 patients...

RANDOLPH — One-quarter of the emergency department staff members at Gifford Medical Center are considering leaving their jobs due to the stress of...

RANDOLPH — Gifford Medical Center plans to open a women’s health center adjacent to the Randolph hospital’s birthing center in the fall, according...

RANDOLPH — A new campaign from the public health arm of OneCare Vermont is encouraging Vermonters, especially young adults and shift workers, to...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Green Mountain Care Board will require regular monitoring of two Upper Valley hospitals as part of the regulatory body’s...

RANDOLPH — Officials at Gifford Medical Center are budgeting for an operating gain of more than $1.5 million in fiscal year 2020, which starts in...

RANDOLPH — A shortage of mental health beds and providers has spurred many of the region’s hospitals to use secure video-chat systems to bring...

Strength in Numbers

12/31/18

Randolph — Holiday parties and feasts invariably lead to weight-loss pledges this time of year, though they can be difficult to stick with for long...

Montpelier — Vermont hospitals are expected to collect $2.6 billion in patient revenues in fiscal year 2019, according to budget orders issued last...

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