2020 Annual Report

2020 Annual Report for Rutland Regional Medical Center

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Stronger Together


Annual Report

Healthcare in the

Time of COVID-19

In September of 2020, as Rutland Regional Medical Center closed

out its fiscal year, the outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic remained

uncertain. Vaccines were still several months in the future, and

the health system and our communities continued to focus on

preventing the spread of the virus.

“If we could put the star

up, maybe it would raise

the spirits – even if it’s

only one person.”

Howie Stratton, Lead HVAC Technician

Maintenance & Engineering

The year began with optimism and hope. We were looking ahead to

completing the renovations of the Foley Cancer Center, not to mention

the grand opening of the Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building,

slated for June. In addition, we launched needed renovations for our Psychiatric Services Inpatient Unit. Then everything

changed, and the fight against COVID-19 began. This hospital responded in so many ways, and we could not be more proud.

Together, we worked to protect our patients, our community, and one another, and to ensure that Rutland Regional continued

to be available to anyone who needed care throughout the pandemic. Soon, the abnormal became routine, and we learned

how to navigate the storm. After the initial shutdown, we reopened our clinics, opened the Medical Office Building, and

established a new normal.

Hope is on the horizon. Each day, more people are vaccinated, and our community moves closer to a return to normalcy.

Although the pandemic is far from over, we can look ahead to brighter days of backyard parties and filled sports arenas.

Through it all, Rutland Regional has played a crucial role. We protected our staff and through them the community; provided

reliable information on the pandemic and the vaccine; and led the way in community vaccinations.

This year brought unprecedented loss and struggle to every community and every hospital in the world. And still, there is no

place we would rather have been than standing alongside the dedicated caregivers of Rutland Regional.


Claudio Fort,

President and CEO

Joe Kraus,

Chair, Board of Directors

“I respect and enjoy working with our Board

of Directors and our outstanding leadership

team. My hope is that we continue on our

path to becoming the best community

healthcare system in New England.”

Joe Kraus

2020–2021 Board of Directors & Bios

A Sign of Hope

Early on in the pandemic, at the end of March, Howie

Stratton had an idea: to relight the holiday star on the

roof of the hospital. Howie, who has worked in the

Maintenance & Engineering Department at Rutland

Regional for 25 years, said “I just wanted to build

people’s spirits up and show a sign of solidarity.”

Little did he know that this gesture would start a global

movement. A Facebook page was started, Help Vermont

Light Up the World, and a movement took hold around

the globe. Soon, lighted and painted stars began to

appear on front lawns, windows and front doors worldwide.

This single idea pulled communities and people

together and brought hope and light during a very dark

and uncertain time. Howie tells the story of lighting the

star: A Sign of Hope.

Taking Care of COVID Patients

“It is an honor” is the sentiment our Magnet® recognized

nursing staff share when they describe taking care of

our patients, especially those with COVID-19 during the

pandemic. Throughout the uncertainty and newness of

the virus, our nursing staff adapted quickly and safely to

care for COVID-19 patients, who require more one-on-one

care, which means they are personally invested in the

overall well-being of the patient. With immense pride

and dedication, the nursing team worked hard to care for

all of our patients during the pandemic, and they did so

without compromising the quality of care they provide.

The Joy of Going Home

After 43 days in the hospital – many in the ICU –

COVID-19 patient Paulin Goulet successfully left the

hospital for his next level of care and eventually home.

Taking care of every patient is truly a team effort, but

caring for a COVID-19 patient required exceptional

coordination and communication among the entire team.

When Paulin was being wheeled out for his trip to a

long-term recovery facility, the nursing staff broke into

applause with plenty of laughter and a few tears. Everyone

caring for Paulin directly and indirectly felt a sense of

pride, and much joy was shared and felt. Watch Paulin’s

recovery as told by Lisa Bissette, RN, BSN, ICU

“Seeing him

leaving was

so emotional.”

Lisa Bisette, RN

Expanding Our Campus for Orthopaedics,

ENT & Audiology

Despite restrictions limiting the size of gatherings

and celebrations, Rutland Regional held a safe,

socially distanced ribbon cutting ceremony on

October 19, 2020, to commemorate the opening of

the Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building,

named for the hospital’s former president and CEO.

Magnet and the Year of the Nurse

Construction began in the spring of 2019 and,

even with the pandemic, wrapped up only two

months behind schedule. Congressman Peter

Welch, Governor Phil Scott, and, of course, Tom

Huebner all sent virtual greetings and best wishes.

Re-experience the opening and take a virtual

tour of the building led by Dr. Mel Boynton,

orthopaedic surgeon and Chief Medical Director,

and Dr. David Charnock, Medical Director, of

ENT & Audiology.

Receiving Magnet © recognition for the third time is a great achievement for Rutland Regional,

as it continues to proudly belong to the global community of Magnet-recognized organizations.

Just 547 health care organizations in the world have achieved Magnet recognition.

“Our third designation as a Magnet organization comes at a time

when nursing has been placed on a global platform for being a

vital and leading profession in the COVID-19 pandemic. This is

an exceptional honor and a true testament to the high-caliber

care our dedicated nurses provide every day!”

Betsy Hassan, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, CPPS,

Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Care Services

Rutland Regional Medical Center remains financially

strong as demonstrated by our strong cash position,

which allows the hospital to reinvest in our buildings, our

equipment, our staff, and in our community. In Fiscal

2020, Rutland Regional Medical Center recognized more

Financial Strength

than $35 million in federal, state and private funding,

which is helping to support hospital operations through

June 30, 2021. As Rutland Regional continues to respond

to the COVID-19 pandemic, this funding has been critical

to support increased expenses and lost revenue.

Financial Counselors Provide Support

Our financial counselors are skilled at helping patients

navigate the complex system of healthcare costs, setting

up payment plans, and identifying forms of financial

assistance. For many individuals, this process can be

burdensome and overwhelming. Rutland Regional’s

team of financial counselors is certified through

Vermont Health Connect so they can enroll patients in

health insurance plans or Medicaid coverage. They also

process financial assistance applications.

Our financial counselors provided financial assistance to

5,484 patients in FY20. Learn more



Buildings $17,327,507

Information Technologies $1,705,467

Equipment $5,212,059



Physicians & Advanced Practice Providers 11

Clinical Staff 147

Support Staff 86

In 2020 Rutland Regional cared for 57,144 patients.

Together we cared for 6,233 inpatients, treated 26,974

in our emergency department, and performed 4,423

surgical procedures.

In response to COVID-19, Rutland Regional was quick to

develop a COVID-19 testing service and provided 13,794

COVID-19 tests.


Inpatient $140,473,154

Testing/Diagnostic $122,637,558

Clinics $79,677,946

Pharmacy $79,285,163

Emergency Services $41,144,481

Outpatient Services $76,221,553



Medicare/Medicaid $121,657,769

BlueCross/Blue Shield $80,435,776

COVID Relief Funds $21,217,397

All Other Sources $37,161,797


Staffing & Benefits $170,927,566

Healthcare Services $59,357,733

Other $51,064,202

James T. Bowse Health Trust

Creating a Healthier Community

Since its inception in 1996, the James T. Bowse Health Trust

has granted more than $4 million to 65 programs aimed

at improving the health status of residents in the Rutland

Region. Over the years, the Trust has funded a variety of

programs targeting different health issues, people and

places in the Rutland Region. Each program aligns with

the priority areas identified by the community through the

Community Health Needs Assessment, conducted every

three years. These programs have positively impacted health

and wellness throughout our local region.

In December 2020, the Bowse Health Trust announced

funding for three important projects over the next three

years. The 2018 Community Health Needs Assessment

identified significant needs locally in Supporting Aging

Community, Housing, Mental Health (including substance

use), and Childcare and Parenting. In addition, COVID-19

has further illustrated disparities for some of the most

vulnerable in our community. For these reasons, the 2021

grant recipients are: The Mentor Connector, The Turning

Point Center of Rutland County and Homeless Prevention

Center. These organizations were selected because of critical

need for these services within our community.

As our community evolves, Bowse Health Trust is

committed to improving the health of Rutland County

Residents. Although COVID-19 has changed the way in

which we connect and help each other, our ability to be

collaborative, caring and innovative endures. Programs

funded by the Bowse Health Trust continue to touch and

improve lives thoughout our local region. The next grant

cycle will be announced in April 2021, as grants are awarded

on an annual basis.

Learn more about Bowse Health Trust funded programs

Our Heartfelt Thanks

In Vermont, neighbors help neighbors, and in our local

region, this way of life has long been the source of our

resiliency. Our physicians, nurses and staff continue to

be humbled by the compassion and generosity of our

community – all of you. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis,

your unwavering support has provided critical resources,

raised our spirits and sustained our strength.

From financial contributions and donations of personal

protective equipment, food, cards, and signs for

front-line workers, to donations of time, service, and

expertise, members of this community have helped make

a meaningful difference during the past year.

In this uncertain time, the dedication, confidence and

generosity of countless individuals, businesses, corporations,

and organizations near and far have helped us stay strong.

From all of us at Rutland Regional Medical Center,

thank you for your support.

Expanded COVID-19 Testing

Supports Community

In June 2020, Rutland Regional received an overwhelmingly

generous donation to enable the purchase of three new

testing analyzers to enhance in-house COVID-19 testing

capabilities, increasing testing capacity for our community

and providing the rapid results that continue to be critical

to ongoing recovery efforts in our region.

“The additional analyzers have enabled Rutland Regional to meet the

needs of our most critical populations, as well as the flexibility to test

others in the community regularly as needed. The analyzers have made a

huge difference for our region, and we are grateful for this incredible gift.”

Keith LeBlanc, MLS(ASCP) CM , HT(ASCP), Director of Laboratory Services

Rutland Regional Medical Center

Honor Roll of Donors

With sincere appreciation, we acknowledge our generous donors for their gifts of $100 or more, received between January 1, 2020,

and December 31, 2020. If we omitted or misspelled your name, we apologize. Please contact us at 802.747.3634 to let us know so

that we may update our records. Thank you for your generous support.

$50,000 and above

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Casella

John & Sue Casella

Estate of Sally Anne Christenson

Mark Foley, Sr. & Nancy Foley

The Estate of Ralph and

Norma Hathaway



Robert & Louise Bossardt Trust

Mel & Lynn Boynton

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Curran

Heritage Family Credit Union

Janet Jillson Memorial Tournament

Johnson Family Foundation Fund of the

Vermont Community Foundation

Naylor & Breen Builders, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. D. Robert Sherman

Subaru of America Inc & Rutland Subaru

Vermont Community Foundation

Robert & Victoria Young


Bill Lohsen Plumbing & Heating, Inc.


Claudio & Brenda Fort

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Gallo

Ms. Joan Gamble & Mr. James Paison

H.P. Cummings Construction Company


Mary E. Moran

Rutland Radiologists, Inc

Mr. & Mrs. Phil Swords

The Vermont Country Store

United Way of Rutland County

Vermont State Colleges & Castleton

University Pink the Rink


Community Health Centers of the

Rutland Region

Coughlin, Inc.

Judi & David Fox

Godnick Self Storage, Inc

Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Hunter

Mr. Tom Johnson & Ms. Ina Smith

Mike & Kristen Kenosh

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Kerns

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kraus

Dan & Lori Mitchell


Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Reynolds

Slate Valley Unified Union School District

University of Massachusetts, Worcester

VMS Construction


At Home Senior Care

Awesome Graphics

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

Berkshire Bank Foundation

Dr. & Mrs. Brad Berryhill

Best Appliances & Kitchens

Michael & Diana Bickford

Dr. Ernest & Kathleen Bove

Mr. & Mrs. John Casella, II

Cerner Corporation

Ms. Gillian Chinn

Mr. & Mrs. John Crowley

Dr. Michael & Mrs. Susan Dick

Downs, Rachlin & Martin

Flying Fox Chinese Sports Council

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Frank

Franzoni Real Estate Company

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Giancola

Ms. Elizabeth A. Glynn &

Mr. Whit Batchelor

Green Mountain Drywall

Hannoush Jewelers

Mr. & Mrs. Kamran Hassan

Hickock & Boardman Insurance Group

Rick & Heather Hildebrant

J. E. McLaughlin, Inc

Ms. Margo Jones & Mr. Jeff Goelz

L.N. Consulting, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Dan Latkin

The Marsh Family

McCormack, Guyette &

Associates, PC

Dr. Jeff McKee &

Mrs. Rebecca Smith-McKee

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Merkle

Mid-Vermont Pathology, P.C.

MKF Properties

Traci & Scott Moore

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Morgan


NBF Architects

Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Needell

Noble’s Ace Hardware

O’Brien Shortle Reynolds & Sabotka PC

Mr. & Mrs. Michael O’Reilly

Philip Pabst


People’s United Bank

Practico’s Landscaping & Fence Co

Rutland County Auxiliary VFW

Mr. & Mrs. TJ Sabotka

Dr. Stanley Shapiro & Ms. Cathy Baker

Sherman V Allen, Inc.

Sherwin- Williams

Stewarts Shops

TD Bank



Watson Realty & Associates, PLC

Mr. Bruce T. Welsh

Windows & Doors by Brownell, Inc

YourCause, LLC


Active Healthcare Receivables

Ms. Judith Allard

Dara Altman

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Bedesem

Mr. & Mrs. John Beer

John & Mary Beerworth

Benevity Community Impact Fund

Jack & Alice Blount

Mrs. Kathleen Boyd

Dr. Ananda Boyer & Dr. Andrew Boyer


Mark & Joan Brown

Ms. Sue Brown

Ms. Jennifer Burrier

Carpet Warehouse, Inc.

Carris Reels

Mrs. Joyce Carroll

Central Vermont Truck Repair

Chey Insulation


Adam & Heather Coleman


Ms. Andrea Coppola

Mrs. Andrea D. Cupak

Drs. Timothy & Margaret Daly

Diamonds and More

Dr. & Mrs. John F. Dick, II

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Dwyer

Enman Kesselring Consulting Engineers

Eqx Construction Company

F.W. Webb Company

James Griffin

Ms. Jeanette L. Griffin

Mr. Arlyn Hawley

Dr. & Mrs. Jed Hummel

Inital Ideas, Inc

Jacmac DBA Taso

Ms. Susan James

Suzanne & Cort Jones

Krebs & Lansign Consulting Engineers, Inc.

Philip & Michele Lapp

Michael Lennon

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Ligon

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Loso

Mrs. Dolores K. Mahlmann

Marcum, LLP

Ms. Margaret Mickel

Mr. & Mrs. Terence Moran

Mr. & Mrs. Dan Nelson

Order of the Eastern Star Grand Chapter

of Vermont

Peace of Mind AA Group

Ms. Margaret Pennypacker

Dr. & Mrs. James Perry

Suzanne & Victor Pisanelli, MD

Pratt Vreeland Kennelly Martin

& White, Ltd

Quarry Valley Unified Union School District

Suzanne Redden, MD

Dr. & Mrs. Michael E. Robertello

Rutland Young Professionals

Sanbourn’s Yankee Paint

Dr. & Mrs. Trent Shelton

Shinn Family Foundation

Mr. Hunter Yarbrough &

Ms. Abbey Simmermacher

Springfield Printing

Ms. Bethany Stack

Sun Common


Vermont Life Safety

Vermont Survey Consultants, LLC

Wilk Paving, Inc.

Women of the Moose, Rutland Chapter 241

Wright Construction Company, LLC

Dr. Matthew Zmurko and Family



Mrs. Lori Arner

Jennifer & Fred Bagley

Mrs. Patricia Baker

Mr. John Bashaw

Dr. Adam C. Bates & Dr. Erin K. Hall

Mr. Guy Boyer

Building Bright Futures

Mr. & Mrs. William Canfield

Castleton Lions Club


Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Cody

Cornerstone Dentistry

Countryman’s Pleasure

Dick & Sharon Courcelle


Fred & Anne Day

Leah Denton

Mike & Rhona Dorion

Mrs. Beverly Drake

Peter & Diane Fagan

Elizabeth Morton & Richard Gallo

Mrs. Laura Galster

Giancola Construction

The Granite Group

Mrs. Katherine Hall

Mrs. Christine Hebert

Dr. Ronald Hedgepeth

Drs. Robert & Katharine Hession

Mr. & Mrs. George Hooker

Mrs. Deborah Hough

Tom & Tricia Huebner

Katherine Ingelfinger-Elmore

Ms. Andrea Janny

Thomas P. Johnson

Kay Jones

Ms. Sandy Killian

Mrs. Mary Beth E. Kinney

Mr. Andy Lamb

Ms. M.C. Mueller

Mr. & Mrs. James Mullin

Mr. & Mrs. Ross Nagy

Mr. Andrew Newman

Shari & PJ Owens

Mr. & Mrs. Roger Patch

Dr. Patricia Pisanelli


Mrs. Mary Jane Rotella

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Rubin

Mr. John Sabotka

Ms. Gerianne Smart

Dr. Heather Smith

Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Sommons

Dr. & Mrs. John Sussman

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Tarr

Mr. Frederic Taylor

Mr. John Wallace & Mrs. Rosemary Kennedy

Dr. John C. Wheeler

Dr. & Mrs. Stephen Wood

Ms. Cynthia Zahn

Attorney & Mrs. John Zawistoski

Dr. & Mrs. Leonard Zivitz


Mrs. Natalie Aborn

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ahearn

Mr. Robert Aines

Mrs. Judith Allan

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 50

Mr. Charles Ams, III

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Anderson

Mr. T. Eric Apjohn

Aquanor Marketing

Mr. & Mrs. Guy Babb

Christina Bachmann

Dr. & Mrs. Roger Baker

Ms. Carol Bam

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Bartsch

Mr. & Mrs. James Becker

Dr. & Mrs. Carl E. Beckler

Mr. & Mrs. Malcom Bell

Ms. Elisabeth Boerner &

Ms. Lisa Frankelboerner

Jim & Kathy Boucher

Mr. Matthew Boucher

Ms. Renee Bousquet

Mrs. Tammy Bovey

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Bower

Dr. & Mrs. Gary Breen

Keith & Kristin Brooks

Ms. Chrisandra Burgess

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Burkhart

Mr. Daniel Cantley

Care Management Solutions

Carl Durfee’s Store, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Nick Carmolli

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Case

Mr. & Mrs. Joe Casella

Mrs. Lesa Cathcart

Trish Cellemme

Central Vermont Eye Care

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Chader

Ms. Sophie Chapla

Dr. & Mrs. David Charnock

Mr. Robert Chiswell

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Chretien

Mr. Ronald Cioffi

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cipriani

Citizens Charitable Foundation

Ms. Susan Condrill

Ms. Julie Congdon

Mr. & Mrs. Adelbert Cook

Ms. Dorothy Cook

Mrs. Dianne Cook

Ms. Clare Coppock

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Corbett

Mr. Richard Cormier

Mr. & Mrs. Dick Courcelle

Mrs. Mary R. Crowley

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Cupoli

Mr. Nick Curcio

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Curry

Mr. Cornelius Darcy

Mrs. Jean Davis

Ms. Monica Day

Ms. Kathleen Diehl

Dr. & Mrs. Douglas Dier

Mrs. Sandra Diette

Dr. Henry Dimuzio & Mrs. Rhonda Roberts

Mike & Lynn Dolan

Ms. Sarah Donaldson

Ms. Rose Maria Doran

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Dorion

Mr. & Mrs. John Douchette

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Douglass

Ms. Reggi Dubin

Ducktrap River Of Maine

Mr. Philip Dwyer

Ms. Joan Earle

Ms. Jean Eggleston

Dr. & Mrs. Allan Eisemann

Dr. & Mrs. Gregory H. Ellis

Mrs. Roberta M. Enright

Fabian Earth Moving, Inc.

Louis & Ferne Faivre

Maureen & Stanley Faryniarz

Stan & Marsha Faryniarz

Patrick & Kathleen Feeley

Ms. Fran Feild

Jonathan Fenton

Mrs. Karen Ferreira

Mrs. Marti Fischer

Dr. & Mrs. George Fjeld

Mr. & Mrs. Alan Fleming

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Foley, Jr.

Mrs. Nancy Foley

Holly Fox

Mr. Gary Fredette & Ms. Patricia Bowen

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Freeman

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Fretta

Ms. Doris Fricke


Mr. & Mrs. George Garner

Mrs. Celestine Garofano

Mr. Fred Garrow

Mr. Dan Gram

Green Mountain Credit Union

Green Mountain Garage

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Greenough

Ms. Mary Grenier

Willy Grimmke

Mr. Joseph Hallar

Hannaford Brother’s Superstore

Mr. & Mrs. Brad Hart

Michele Havens Pharm. D.

Mr. & Mrs. Norman Hawley

Mrs. Annette B. Haynes

Mr. Steve Hazelton

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hedden

Dr. & Mrs. Baxter Holland

Mr. Paul Holmes

Mr. Robert Hooker

Mr. & Mrs. John Hoover

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hotchkiss

Ms. Christine Houston

Mr. William Hoyt

Ms. Donna Hunt

Mr. & Mrs. Pat Hurley

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Irons


Mrs. Susan Jepson

Mrs. Gay Johnson

Mr. Charles Kapitan

Beryl Keegan

Mr. Bradford Kelley & Ms. Eileen Shannon

Ms. Nancy Ketcham

Mrs. Colleen King

Ms. Jane Kosmider

Dr. Kim E. Kurak

Mr. & Mrs. David Lacy

Ms. Lisa Ladd

Mr. & Mrs. John Lafaso

Mrs. Deborah Larson

Dr. Robin Leight

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Linnemayr

Mr. Robert A. Lloyd

Ms. Kate Logan

Mrs. Lisa Lones

Carl Looby

Fred & Debbie Loomis

Kathy & Ray Lopes

Dr. & Mrs. John C. Louras

Ludlow Elementary School

Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Lurvey

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mark

Mr. James Marro, Jr.

Ms. Lucy Marro Wong

Mrs. Sheila Marshall

Christopher & Amy Martone

Ms. Mary Mazzariello

Mr. & Mrs. Greg McClallen

Mr. & Mrs. Robert McClallen

Mrs. Gabrielle McDermit

Mr. & Mrs. Adam McIntosh

Ms. Sheila McIntyre

Mr. & Mrs. Chris McPhee

Ms. Beth Medeiros

Dr. Ed Merrens

Celeste Michel

Ms. Lori Millikan

Mrs. Jane Milnes

Mrs. Dianne Mingo

Mrs. Cheryl Morris

Mrs. Christie Murgo

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Nagar, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. David Naylor

Newmont Slate Company, Inc.

Mr. John Noble

Mrs. Tracy Norton

Ms. Margaret Oakes

Ms. Ellen O’Beirne

David & Susan O’Brien

Dr. & Mrs. William O’Rourke

Ms. Deborah Parkinson

Parks for Paws, Ltd.

Dr. Marie T. Pavini

Mrs. Aida Pemberton

Ms. Diane Peterson Mathis

Mr. & Mrs. Dean Pierce

Ms. Michele Pilz

Virginia Pluth Walker

Ms. Tia Poalino

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Poremski, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Ken Porter

Kim Prehoda

Dr. & Mrs. James N. Rademacher

Ms. Charlene Rapinz

Ms. Susan Rawls

Raymond and Sharon Nutting Used Cars, Inc.

Mr. Michael Reynolds

Attorney & Mrs. Antonin Robbason

Sally Rogers

Ms. Debby Rohde

Ms. Diane Ross

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Rounds

Ms. Deb Roy

Mrs. Katie Ruby

Rutland Eye Physicians

Mrs. Marguerite Salengo

Mr. Theodore Salerni

Mrs. Sheri Sammis

Sanborn-Tuepker Associates, PC

Ms. Janet Sax

Ms. Mary Jo Scherer

Ms. Debbie Schoch & Mr. Stevenson Walsh

Diolinda Schreiber

Adam Seaver

Ms. Sheila Sharrow

Sheldon Trucks, Inc

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Shortle, III


Mr. & Mrs. John Socinski

Mr. Robert Stannard

Ms. Marianne Stephan

Ms. Jillian Stevens

Ms. Jennifer Stewart

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Stewart

Mr. & Mrs. Roman Stienss

Mr. & Mrs. Russell Stiles

Mrs. Faith Stone

Mr. & Mrs. William Stukes

Mr. Lawrence T. Sullivan

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Swett

Mr. Henry Taggard

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Taggart

Dr. & Mrs. James Thomas

Mr. & Mrs. William Thomas

Sandy & Brian Thomas

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Trepanier

Tyler Electric-Security, Inc.

United Way of Rhode Island

Mrs. Kathleen Valente

Ms. Judy Victory

Ms. Julie Wafer Trayah

Mr. Alan D. Walker

Howard & Deb Weaver

Mr. John Webber

Mrs. Lucy Wedin

Ms. Geraldine Weeks

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wells

Dr. Debra Welsh

Mr. Wayne Weseman

Dr. & Mrs. D. Billings Wheeler

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Whitman

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Winslow

Mr. & Mrs. David Wolk

Mr. & Mrs. Bob Woodard

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wuerthele

Ms. Bernadette Wyman

Ms. Bethany Yon

Ms. Martha Zipf

Rutland Regional complies with Federal and State civil rights laws and does not discriminate or treat people differently on the

basis of race, color, marital status, national origin, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Rutland

Regional provides free aids and services to people with disabilities to communicate effectively with us, such as: (1) qualified

sign language interpreters; (2) written information in other formats (large print, audio, accessible electronic formats, other

formats); and (3) free language services through qualified interpreters to people whose primary language is not English. If you

need these services, contact the Social Work Department or the Switchboard. If you believe that Rutland Regional has failed to

provide these services or discriminated in another way you can file a grievance with the Risk Manager.

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Supporting Housing for Health

In 2020, the Rutland Housing Authority, Rutland

Regional Medical Center and multiple community

organizations partnered to further shared goals

by building a sustainable, enhanced and supportive

new transitional bridge housing unit at 101 Woodstock

Avenue in Rutland.

The new facility, completed in December, was established

primarily with funds through the Vermont Coronavirus

Relief-Rehousing Recovery program, and a community

fundraising campaign. It includes nine single and family

occupancy units, providing temporary, bridge housing for

homeless individuals with the wrap-around social, health

and human services necessary for success.

Italian – ATTENZIONE: In caso la lingua parlata sia l’italiano, sono disponibili servizi di assistenza linguistica gratuiti.

Chiamare il numero 1-866-237-0173. Numero ID 05701

‏-‏‎1-866-237‎مقرب لصتا ‏.ناجملاب كل رفاوتت ةيوغللا ةدعاسملا تامدخ نإف ‏،ةغللا ركذا ثدحتت تنك اذإ ‏:ةظوحلم – Arabic

05701 ددع ديدحت .0173

Russian – ВНИМАНИЕ: Если вы говорите на русском языке, то вам доступны бесплатные услуги перевода. Звоните

1-866-237-0173. Идентификационный номер 05701

Tagalog – PAUNAWA: Kung nagsasalita ka ng Tagalog, maaari kang gumamit ng mga serbisyo ng tulong sa wika nang walang

bayad. Tumawag sa 1-866-237-0173. Numero ng ID 05701

Portuguese – ATENÇÃO: Se fala português, encontram-se disponíveis serviços linguísticos, grátis. Ligue para 1-866-237-

0173. Número de Identificação 05701

Japanese – 注 意 事 項 : 日 本 語 を 話 される 場 合 、 無 料 の 言 語 支 援 をご 利 用 いただけます。1-866-237-0173. まで、お 電 話 に

てご 連 絡 ください。ID 番 号 05701

Polish – Uwaga: Jeśli mówić językiem innym niż angielski, usługi językowe, pomoc bezpłatnie, są dostępne dla Ciebie.

Zadzwoń 1.866.237.0173. Numer identyfikacyjny 05701.

Armenian – ՈՒՇԱԴՐՈՒԹՅՈՒՆ՝ Եթե խոսում եք հայերեն, ապա ձեզ անվճար կարող են տրամադրվել

լեզվական աջակցության ծառայություններ: Զանգահարեք 1.866.237.0173: Նույնականացման համարը 05701

.05701 ‏,ەکب 1.866.237.0173 ەب یدنەویەپ ‏.ەتسەدرەب ۆت ۆب ‏،ییاڕۆخەب ‏،نامز یتەمرای یناکەیرازوگتەمزخ ‏،تیەکەد ەسەق یدروک ینامز ەب رەگەئ ‏:یراداگائ – Kurdish

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