At Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, Small Means More.
At Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, we are proud to be a small community hospital deeply rooted in our community. We began in 1933—and continue strong to this day—through the vision and determination of people in our community. Individuals and organizations committed to keeping high quality health care available in Windsor, Vermont and the surrounding, mostly rural areas. People who, like us, believe that when it comes to caring for our community, small means more.
Small Means More.
More first names.
For our patients, small means more people you know, and who know you. Doctors and nurses who know more about your health than what they’ve just read in your chart, because they’ve been caring for you and your family for many years.
More personal attention.
For our providers and staff, small means having more time to deliver high-quality medical care. The kind that takes time to listen and pay attention to your specific concerns and needs. At Mt. Ascutney, small also means more capacity for patients who need nursing care, or long term recovery from serious accidents or illnesses.
More services for our community.
Because Mt. Ascutney is a “critical access hospital” in a rural area, being small means we still can offer advanced medical services. Like the latest techniques in physical therapy and cardiac rehabilitation. And having doctors who specialized in areas that meet critical needs in our community, like geriatrics or oncology.
We are deeply grateful to the many people, from donors and volunteers to local and national leaders, who share our commitment to Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center as a vital part of this community. And to our community partners, who work with us to deliver important programs and services in our community. Together, we are achieving our mission to improve the lives of those we serve, and the health and well being of our entire community.