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We all could use a good-news break. This week, we have the inspirational story of “miracle micro-preemie triplets” – Cian, Declan and Rowan DeShane – who spent the first 100-plus days of their lives in UVM Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. One of the triplets’ nurses says the connection between caregivers and a patient’s family is “a relationship like no other,” and I can’t think of a better way to describe the dedication of our team. We are here for you, steadfastly, no matter what obstacles may arise.

John R. Brumsted, MD
President and CEO, The UVM Health Network

Miracle Micro-Preemie Triplets Overcome the Odds 

Find out how the DeShane family and their miracle care team got these triplets home to meet their siblings, after four long months in the NICU. 

Prevent Falls to Avoid Bigger Problems

During this global pandemic, many people are stuck inside and our muscles and bones can weaken. Check out these tips to keep your home safe and body strong, to help prevent a fall. 

Behind the Scenes with a Pandemic Response Team

Our infection prevention experts recall the early days of the COVID-19 crisis, and how their experience will inform our future response.

What to Expect When Going Back to the Dentist

The mouth is a "gateway" to your body, and impacts overall health. With dental offices now open, don't put off your next visit. 

Got Questions? We Have Answers!

With all the new decisions we need to make about work, school, and life at home, the UVM Health Network is here to provide information you can trust through Spread Facts, Not COVID-19. Send us your questions as we bust myths, explore the latest research, and offer guidance on what you need to know now.

Do you know about our Affordable Medications Program?

The Health Assistance Program (HAP) helps eligible low- and middle-income patients get prescription medications at no cost, even if you have insurance. HAP also funds eyeglasses and medical equipment.