Being away from home can be difficult, especially when you may not
be feeling well. To make your hospital stay more comfortable, Rutland Regional
Medical Center offers a variety of amenities:
Channel and Guided Imagery. To promote relaxation, the C.A.R.E Channel and Guided Imagery are two
24 hour television channels which play more than 70 hours of scenic nature
video accompanied by soothing instrumental music. The combination of sound and imagery includes day and night cycles
to support circadian rhythms, and has been proven effective for pain
management, patient restlessness, stress reduction, and palliative care.
- Notary. We offer the services of a notary to our patients, free of charge.
To request notary services, speak with your nurse.
Materials. To keep you up to date on world events, or just on the latest best
sellers, we offer a variety of reading materials.The Rutland Herald is delivered to inpatients on their breakfast
trays; copies of the Burlington Free Press, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, New
York Times, New York Daily News, New York Post, USA Today, and Wall Street
Journal are available for purchase from our Gift Shop, as well as books and
Complimentary magazines donated to the hospital are available at
our magazine cart, located on the 2nd floor across from the
elevators. Free books can be borrowed from our book cart on the 5th
floor outside of the Library.
is any way we can make you more comfortable during your hospital stay, or if
you have questions about your room, please notify your nurse by using the call
button located next to your bed.