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Gun Violence is a Public Health Crisis -

Let’s Treat It Like One

Mass shootings are happening so frequently in our country that the past few weeks seem as unsurprising as they are terrifying: 19 innocent children and two teachers killed in Uvalde, Texas; 10 killed in one of the deadliest and racist massacres in recent U.S. history in Buffalo, New York; four lives lost to an angry patient with a gun at a [...]

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How Kathleen Lauzon, FNP, Helped Redefine Primary Care

Nurse Practitioner Kathleen Lauzon’s first  experience with Alice Hyde was as formative as it gets: on June 22, 1955, she was born at the hospital in Malone. To say Kathleen’s future was intertwined with Alice Hyde’s might be an understatement. From working as a Candy Striper at the hospital in the late 1960[...]

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A 'Thank You' from the Alice Hyde Board of Directors to our Outstanding Team

Nearly two years ago, the Alice Hyde family rose to the challenge of a global pandemic. Since March of 2019, we have been watching your commitment, dedication, passion and professionalism with pride and respect. We have watched with pride as: You transformed the way you work, to keep our patients and each other safe.<[...]

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Homegrown: Training North Country Kids For a Career in Medicine

Ten years ago, high school student Joey Tousignant enrolled in career exploration program called New Visions at UVM Health Network-Alice Hyde Medical Center. The program offers motivated, high-achieving students an insider’s view into a wide range of health care roles through college-level courses, supervised clinical experience and job sh[...]

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Alice Hyde's Occupational Therapists Innovate to Put Patients First

Whether it’s in an inpatient, outpatient, or long-term-care setting, Alice Hyde’s Occupational Therapists, Sara Sloan, OTR/L, and Jeff Miller, OTR/L, both have one goal — teaching people how to adapt to their physical limitations, injuries or disabilities — and a hundred different ways to reach that goal. &ldquo[...]

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ISS, Nursing Teams Work Stronger Together to Keep Families Connected

Health care has always been a team effort, but  during the COVID-19 pandemic working Stronger    Together to put patients first can have a dramatic, positive impact on the lives of our patients and families. That’s why the members of our Information       Services and Nursing team[...]

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Alice Hyde's Radiology Team Thinks Outside-the-Box to Put Patient First

The radiology team at Alice Hyde cares for patients across a wide spectrum — from those with broken bones to individuals wrestling with the possibility of a cancer diagnosis. When the team sees a patient struggling with the anxiety that often comes with the cancer screening process, they pull together to     ensure the [...]

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Working Stronger Together to Build Our New Pharmacy

In February the members of Alice Hyde’s Pharmacy Department walked into their new facility for the first time, after months of work that included teams from throughout the organization and focused on providing a state-of-the-art space for our pharmacy team as they support our clinical teams and provide medications to patients both here at [...]

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Facilities, Environmental Services help Nurse Put Patients First

Alice Hyde’s Readmissions Project is focused on putting patients first not only while they’re in the hospital, but once they return home. The program connects patients with education, support and tools to help them manage chronic diseases and conditions at home and keep themselves out of the hospital. For Gabrielle Scott, R[...]

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A Personalized Physical Therapy Plan Got Him Back to Doing What He Loves

When Steve Lavier of Malone walked into the physical therapy office of Alice Hyde Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, he had a straightforward request for physical therapist Kevin Spaulding, PT: help him recover from a serious shoulder injury and avoid or at least postpone a shoulder replacement. “I said, ‘I want whatever it t[...]

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