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Governance


Summary of Process for Openness and Public Participation

Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital achieves openness, inclusiveness, and public participation in our strategic planning and decision making continually through the Northeastern Vermont Regional Corp. (NVRC) Corporators.
The Corporators are an invaluable source of wisdom and perspective for hospital leadership. They are key links in the essential communication system between members of our community and the hospital.

The Corporators consist of members of not less than 50 and not more than 225 persons nominated by the Board of Directors and elected by the Corporators, and members of the NVRH medical staff who have served as members of the medical staff for at least six months.
Basic characteristics of Corporators include:
·   Recognize and represent the diverse communities and people served by NVRH.
·   Attend the Annual Meeting and any special meetings of the Corporators.
·   Attend and participate in the quarterly Corporators meetings.
·   Be informed about the mission, services, policies, and programs of NVRH.
·   Seek to learn about developments with the healthcare field.
·   Work for the good of the community hospital and those it serves.

NVRH also gives and gets input on a continual basis by participation from staff in ongoing committee and board meetings, events, and activities of local organizations including Umbrella, Inc., Northeast Kingdom Human Services, Area Agency on Aging, the Community Coordinating Council, Northeast Kingdom Youth Services, Rotary, Area Health Education Center, NEK Chamber of Commerce, Northern Counties Health Care, schools, and many more. Representatives from many of these same organizations also serve on NVRH committees.

Other activities available for community members are numerous volunteer opportunities. To learn more about volunteer opportunities at NVRH call the Volunteer Coordinator at 802-748-7310. Volunteers of all ages provide support services in almost all departments in the hospital.

NVRH continues to hold open public meetings at least annually, and as interest in specific healthcare issues arise.

To learn more about opportunities and upcoming activities for public participation, including receiving a personal tour of the facilities call or write:
Laural Ruggles
VP of Marketing and Community Health Improvement
802-748-7590 

NVRH Administration
802-748-7400
802-748-7398 (fax)

NVRH
PO Box 905
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

The most recent annual report is also available at this website.

Description of Hospital Governance
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, Inc. is a public benefit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Vermont. The sole member of Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, Inc. is Northeastern Vermont Regional Corp. (NVRC). NVRC has members as set forth in the Bylaws of the Corporation:  members of not less than 50 and not more than 225 persons are nominated by the Board of Directors and elected by the Corporators, and members of the NVRH medical staff who have served as members of the medical staff for at least six months. 
 
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, Inc. is a public benefit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Vermont. The sole member of Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, Inc. is Northeastern Vermont Regional Corp. (NVRC). NVRC has as set forth in the Bylaws of the Corporation: Class A members of not less than 50 and not more than 225 persons are nominated by the Board of Directors and elected by the Corporators, and members of the NVRH medical staff who have served as members of the medical staff for at least six months. 

A complete list of current Corporators can be found in the Annual Report each year.

NVRH Board of Trustees for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2016 are:
All NVRH Trustees volunteer their time; no one is financially compensated for their service on the NVRH Board of Trustees.

Jane Arthur; Danville; Nonprofit administrator; Vermont Leadership Institute, Executive Director
Catherine Boykin; Lyndonville; Retired
Martha Davis; St. Johnsbury
Patrick Flood; Woodbury; Health Care Manager; Northern Counties Health Care, CEO
John Goodrich; St. Johnsbury; Retired
Barbara Hatch, St. Johnsbury; Consultant, Cooperative Media Solutions 
Terry Hoffer; Danville; Retired
Deborah Hunt;Danville; Retired
Martha Ide; Peacham; Registered Nurse; School Health Consultant
Terry Larsen, DO; Kirby; Physician; Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
Darcie McCann: Lyndon; Northeast Kingdom Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director
Kristin Michaud; Lyndonville; Automotive Retail; St. Johnsbury Buick GMC, General Manager
James Newell; Newark; Retired
Steve Nichols; Lyndon; Business Consultant; Nichols Communications, Managing Director
Ken Norris;Barnet; Self-Employed; Woodbury Supply Co, Inc, President
Thomas Paul; Waterford;self-employed; Attorney;
Mark Price, MD; St. Johnsbury; Physician; St. Johnsbury Pediatrics
Thomas Robinson; Waterford; Banker; Passumpsic Savings Bank, Vice President Commercial Banking
Michael Rousse, MD; Danville; Physician; Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
Laurel St. James-Long; St. Johnsbury; community member and volunteer
































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