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19 Stories – The Pandemic Through the Eyes of Rutland Regional Caregivers

For over two years, the world has battled COVID-19, an infection caused by a novel coronavirus that swept the globe beginning in early 2020. During this time, Rutland Regional focused its energy on making sure the hospital remained functional and available to provide care for patients with COVID or other illnesses. 19-Stories is our effort to document the past two years using the personal stories of our clinical and non-clinical staff. We continue to collect these stories and as we do, we will share them here.

Letters to Our Past Selves

In this short video, you'll hear providers and staff answer the question, “If you could write yourself a letter and have it delivered in February of 2020, what would you say?”

Individual Staff & Provider Stories

Rick Kowalczyk, Pharmacist

Sheila Sharrow, LICSW, Behavioral Health

Ariel McCollough, Patient Relations

Denise Patrick, Employee Wellness

Alexandra Foley-Bowen, RN, ED

Amy Martone, RN, Nursing Excellence

Jen Buckley, Patient Access

Tara Cornell, RN, PSIU

Penny Rickert, Patient Access

Dr. Harvey Reich, ICU

Dr. Alison Davis, ED

Mike Tyl, Environmental Services

Austin Twine, Rehab Services

Jean Ray, Environmental Services

Dr. Rick Hildebrant, Hospital Medicine

Donna Manfredi, Print Shop

Leslie Allen, RN, ICU

Fran Sun, Employee Wellness

Dave & Linda Lambert, Volunteers

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