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Keeping our patients safe with in-person and telehealth appointments
You may be wondering what to expect when you arrive at NVRH or one of our medical offices. Before coming to NVRH or one of our medical offices, please read our visitors policy.
When you arrive at one of the NVRH medical offices or the hospital for emergency care, diagnostic testing, or a surgical procedure, you will be screened for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and will be required to wear a mask. Please bring a mask with you if you have one or one will be given to you. Please bring your vaccine card to display to the entrance screener. Allowable visitors must also bring their vaccine cards to enter, as defined in the visitors policy.
We know family members and loved ones play a key role in comforting those who are sick, but as we seek to prevent the spread of COVID-19 we are making these temporary changes.
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Why should you support adolescent mental health?
As a result of the pandemic, increased mental health crisis and suicidality has become a major focus at St. Johnsbury Pediatrics, an NVRH community clinic that serves more than 13,000 patients annually.Help us expand services and resources to these adolescents and their families! Click HERE to join in!
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