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  • Homegrown: Training North Country Kids For a Career in Medicine
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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 shadows with Emergency Department physicians, pediatricians, nurses, occupational therapists and much more. Fast forward a decade and that hig [...]

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What to Expect on your next Pediatrics Visit

As part of Alice Hyde’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we’re taking steps to ensure the health and safety of our patients and people throughout our organization – including in Alice Hyde Pediatrics. Whether you’re a parent of one of our current patients, or considering bringing your child in for the first time[...]

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I’m At–Risk for COVID-19. How Do Older Adults Get Care, and Stay Safe?

While we all wish there was a solution to put an end to COVID-19, we are best served to begin adjusting our behaviors, expectations and lifestyle to acknowledge this pandemic will take time to manage and resolve. As we shift to a longer-term acceptance of our new reality, many[...]

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Meet the LPN and Clinical Analyst Who Keeps Alice Center Residents Connected to their Loved Ones

Angela Penera, LPN, is a Clinical Analyst in the Information Services Department at UVM Health Network – Alice Hyde Medical Center, where she has worked for about 15 years. When she first came to Alice Hyde, Angela worked as an LPN/Ortho Technologist at Alice Hyde Orthopedics for about 10 years, before joining the Information Services Team[...]

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Bouncing and Playing in the Backyard, Safely

The school year is ending and many summer camps and childcare programs remain closed prompting families to get creative in the way they entertain their children. Home playsets, trampolines, bounce houses, and public playgrounds are popular ways to keep kids moving. As I see more and more of these popping up in backyards,[...]

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He was concerned about a heart attack, a mix of in-person and telehealth services got him the care he needed

Dan Clark, 65, has lived in Malone all his life. As an insurance and real estate professional, he takes pride in his community and plays an active role in how his hometown grows and changes over time. He’s also taken an active role in leading health care services for the region, serving as a board member at UVM Health Network -- Alice Hyde[...]

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How the Pandemic has impacted this Alice Hyde' Provider's Mission of Cancer Care

Todd Whitman, MD, is a Hematologist and Oncologist who has been a member of the UVM Health Network -- Alice Hyde family for about 7 years, joining the hospital several years after becoming a member of the UVM Health Network – CVPH medical staff. In his role as a member of Alice Hyde’s cancer care team at the Reddy Cancer Ce[...]

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Welcome Back: We’ve Got You Covered

Thank you. As members of the community, you’ve done a remarkable job evolving with the many swift changes across our homes, businesses, schools and health care facilities. This collective action – your sacrifice – has allowed our communities to flatten the curve and avoid a devastating surge to our heal[...]

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Military Service took this Alice Hyde provider to New York City during the COVID-19 pandemic

Family Nurse Practitioner Derek Reynolds, MS, FNP-C has been with Alice Hyde since 1998, when he joined UVM Health Network – Alice Hyde Medical Center as a Licensed Practical Nurse. In his two decades at the hospital, Reynolds has also continued serving his country as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S Army Reserve; he has 33 years of armed f[...]

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With Stroke, Seconds Count

Fear and worry. These feelings have gripped us all in one way or another during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Some fear is good, it helps guide us to make safe choices to ensure our health, but sometimes that same fear can disrupt healthy behaviors. As medical professionals, we are concerned our patients may b[...]

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Providing Great Care in Our Post-COVID World

Thanks to your vigilance and the tireless efforts of health care workers across the North Country, we are all embarking on the next chapter in the COVID-19 pandemic.   This part of the story begins with the New York State De[...]

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