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Celebrating Our Nurses

It’s difficult to find positive lessons regarding coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). While many media outlets continue to focus on the death toll and the dangers of this worldwide pandemic, we wanted to take a moment to shine a light of positivity on the brave men and women who risk their lives to ensure our safety. As […]

Get Out…But Stay Safe!

We’ve all heard the message by now – “Stay home, save lives!” But staying at home doesn’t mean lock the doors, close the blinds and sit in darkness waiting for COVID-19 to blow over, only to emerge bearded, pale and on the verge of losing your sanity. As spring weather continues to warm, people are […]

Counting Children

May 2nd is National baby Day, a day to celebrate the smallest people in the U.S. It is important to remember to count any children who are living with you in your response to the 2020 Census. This includes foster children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Shape your future and the future of our children. Respond […]

COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Treatments: Stormont Vail Health is registered in the U.S. Mayo Clinic-lead protocol: Expanded Access Program for Convalescent Plasma. Four patients have been registered at Stormont Vail Health as of April 15, 2020. As a participating organization, we are committed to supporting processes to refer local patients to become plasma donors. To date, […]

I was Scared

Why did I start working at Stormont Vail Health? I started working at Stormont after I had a life-changing experience. In 2016 I had a child and after his 2-month shots he went unconscious and got very sick. We started at another hospital and they could not provide the care he needed so we came […]

Not Alone

Pictured: Alicia’s colleague, Mary Evans, meditating in her office.  As a therapist in the Outpatient Behavioral Health setting, I am blessed to teach and practice skills to help manage anxiety and stress on a daily basis. Although these tools are incredibly handy, I’d be lying if I said that I haven’t been shaken by the […]

Feeling Blessed

As a therapist on the Behavioral Health Intervention Team at the main hospital, I regularly treat individuals struggling with depression and anxiety.  As the COVID-19 pandemic hit our community I found myself struggling with my own anxieties and feelings of isolation and separation from close family members due to “social distancing.”  As I have made […]

A Survival Guide to Staying Home

“Stay home!” With the rapid spread of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), scientists, medical professionals, politicians and even celebrities are pleading with people to stay safe in the comfort of their own homes. And while that may not be a problem for some, others are pulling their hair out trying to find enough things to do to […]