WINDSOR, VT—Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, announced that they have joined the Healthier Hospitals Initiative, a national effort that promotes adoption of sustainability practices in the day-to-day operations of hospitals in the U.S. and Canada. Goals of the program include improving health of patients, staff, and community; reducing environmental impact by the sector; and considerable fiscal savings that reduce the overall national health care costs through better public health.
WINDSOR, VT—CEO of Mt. Ascutney Hospital, Kevin W. Donovan was recently named President of the Windsor Rotary Club. As President, Donovan is responsible for club leadership, organization, fundraising and member development; he will hold the role through June 2014.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, has received $39,460 in gifts from the Hospital’s Auxiliary to support its commitment to improving the overall health of the communities it serves. In ceremonies during the annual Volunteer Appreciation Day Tea, the Hospital renamed its prestigious Volunteer of the Year Award in honor of Jeanette Lynch, who recently passed away. Lynch served Mt. Ascutney Hospital for over 55 years in many capacities as a staff and volunteer leader until her death in March, 2013.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, is pleased to announce that Great Eastern Radio will be the media sponsor for its 2013 MAH Golf Classic on Friday, June 14th at the Woodstock Inn and Resort Golf Club. Great Eastern Radio is partnering with Mt. Ascutney Hospital to promote the MAH Golf Classic, an annual event that raises funds to help preserve the high quality of care for which the Hospital is known.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non‐profit community hospital, in partnership with Springfield Turning Point Recovery Center and Vermont Blueprint for Health, is helping individuals remain free from drugs, alcohol, self‐harming actions and other addictions through a free service called Recovery Coaching. The program is a form of peer support that gives participants nonclinical assistance to help them achieve long‐term recovery.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, is continuing its partnership with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to provide patients with specialized care right in their backyard. The Hospital is pleased to welcome Brent C. White, MD, a board-certified general surgeon from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to its surgical team. Dr.
WINDSOR, VT –Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, is pleased to announce the addition of Margaret Sullivan, Nurse Practitioner, to the Mt. Ascutney Physicians Practice. Sullivan is a primary care clinician who sees adult patients for their primary care needs, including managing chronic disease, physicals, medication management and sick visits.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, has hired Katie Macko as an Orthopedic Physician Assistant. In this role, Macko is responsible for providing the initial evaluation necessary for the triage and treatment of patients in the Orthopedic Department. She monitors medical conditions of patients with knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, foot and ankle injuries.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, has hired Gerald A. Drabyn, MD, FACS, as a Plastic Surgeon. In this role, Dr. Drabyn is responsible for plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery at Mt. Ascutney Hospital. He has 35 years of experience in hand, skin, burn and other cosmetic surgeries. Dr. Drabyn also specializes in breast reconstruction, reduction and eyelid issues for seniors.