Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center


In honor of Doctors’ Day, MAHHC makes donations to groups serving seniors and teens

Each year, healthcare organizations across the nation recognize the contributions of physicians to patients and communities by celebrating Doctors’ Day. This year, Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center honored the occasion by making a donation on behalf of its medical staff to two Woodstock community groups: the Spectrum Teen Center, and Thompson Senior Center.
The Spectrum Teen Center provides young people with a safe space for meetings and recreation, as well as opportunities for fun and personal growth through volunteering, athletic and educational programs. 

Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center receives grant from Granite United Way

Granite United Way (GUW) recently awarded a grant of $15,000 to Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center (MAHHC) in support of the Windsor Connection Resource Center (WCRC), a Hospital-sponsored community program that connects local residents with health and human services resources.

“This award is wonderful news for the WCRC and for our entire community,” said Jill Lord, RN, MS, and Director of Community Health at Mt. Ascutney Hospital. “It will allow us to continue to serve individuals and families in the Windsor region, and to expand our services and outreach.”

Northeast Delta Dental Foundation awards $5,000 grant in support of the Windsor Smiles program at Mt. Ascutney Hospital

The Northeast Delta Dental Foundation recently awarded a $5,000 grant to help fund the Windsor Smiles program at Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center (MAHHC). A collaboration between MAHHC, Northeast Delta Dental, Windsor Elementary School, and Alice Peck Day Hospital, this program is designed to serve local children who have no access to regular dental care.

Metals to Mittens: Construction firms’ recycling effort helps Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center provide clothing to needy families

WINDSOR, VT – Thanks to a metals recycling drive sponsored by DEW Construction Corp., The Giving Room at Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center (MAHHC) was presented with a $1700 gift to help needy families and children.

“The Giving Room is an important resource for families in our community who may not be able to afford clothing, especially warm winter clothing, “says Jill Lord, Chief Nursing Officer at Mt. Ascutney Hospital. “We’re using some of the gift money for our immediate needs, and a portion for our Christmas and winter outreach efforts.”

Windsor Smiles dental program gives local students something to smile about

WINDSOR, VT – With funding support from Delta Dental and clinical support from Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center (MAHHC), Windsor Schools recently conducted Windsor Smiles, a week-long program of screening and protective treatment for elementary school children without access to regular dental care. From May 11 through May 15, 82 students at State Street School were screened and assessed by a team of pediatricians from the Hospital.

Mt. Ascutney Hospital Celebrates Doctors’ Day by Giving to the Community

March 30, 2015 marks the annual observance of National Doctors’ Day, a day to recognize the contributions, dedication, and care of physicians around the country. This year, Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center (MAHHC) is celebrating Doctors’ Day in their own way—by making a donation to the Windsor food shelf in honor of their physician

MAH Golf Classic returns on Friday, June 14th

MAH Golf Classic
A fixture on the regional sports scene every summer since 1983, the MAH Classic, Mt. Ascutney Hospital’s largest fundraiser, will be held this year on Friday, June 14th, at the Woodstock Inn and Resort Golf Club. With the sustained help of numerous businesses and friends of the Hospital, the Classic has provided more than $600,000 in critically needed support for the Hospital since its inception. 

Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center Staff Volunteer at Vermont 100 Miles Endurance Race

WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center recently donated time and services at the Vermont 100 Endurance Race, one of America’s original 100 mile runs. The event is part of the Grand Slam Series of Ultra-running and benefits Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. Doctors, registered nurses and physician assistants from Mt. Ascutney staffed a medical tent and first aid stations and treated racers with minor injuries throughout the 30-hour race.


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