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The Vermont Department of Health (VDH) is managing the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. As of January 25, Vermonters age 75 and older can register for appointments via the soon-to-be-announced State of Vermont central registration system.

Visit the VDH website for more information:

COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

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Volunteer at Rutland Regional

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The role of volunteering is changing rapidly, and today’s volunteers are taking on more complex and vital responsibilities than the volunteers of a generation ago. At Rutland Regional Medical Center, our volunteers fill many roles and they make a difference – to our patients, to our staff and to our visitors.

Rutland Regional’s volunteers are empathic, proactive and involved, and they positively impact the patient experience, giving their contributions purpose and meaning. Each year, approximately 350 volunteers – between the ages of 14 and 90 – give over 50,000 hours in 28 different areas of the hospital. Rutland Regional’s volunteers are a valued and integral part of the hospital team. By making a difference in others lives, our volunteers truly make Rutland Regional the best it can be.

Volunteers Make a Difference!

Shane the Therapy Dog and his friend Kelly are Volunteers at Rutland Regional. They make a difference for patients, their families and our staff every time they come to visit.

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