VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region

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  This year, we are hosting clinics by appointment only . Visit our Flu Clinic Calendar to schedule your appointment. If you need help making your appointment, call us at 802.775.0568. Where Can I Get a Flu Shot? We Got You! Your local home health agency has been protecting communities against the flu for decades. But this year you may have more questions. We're here to help. Will a flu vaccine protect me against COVID-19? No, Flu and COVID-19 are different diseases caused by viruses in different families. However, the flu vaccination can help you to reduce your risk from the flu, and also help conserve potentially scarce health care resources. Viruses are constantly changing and the annual flu vaccines may be updated from year-to-year based on the most current research. Though development of a COVID-19 vaccine is underway, a vaccine is currently unavailable. Flu Clinic Calendar
Our private duty CarePlus® Program offers personal assistance services tailored to your individualized needs to assure the best quality of life in the safety, security, and comfort of your home. CarePlus® Our family caring for your family since 1946. CarePlus® Our skilled nurses work closely with your physician to develop the best plan-of-care, to speed your recovery, and help you maintain your independence at home. Home Health Care Our family caring for your family since 1946. LEARN MORE RN Signing Bonus Bonus!
RN Sign On Up to $4,000 *$1,500 at hire, $1,000 after completing six months, $1,000 after completing 12 months and $500 after completing 18 months. Careers

Advanced in-home care for you, or your loved ones

If you or a loved one could benefit by receiving services from one of our area VNA & Hospice branches, call us today.

800.244.0568

VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region

VNAHSR provides services when in-home care is needed – or preferred. Our programs span a lifetime — from prenatal care to care for young families to rehabilitation, long-term care, adult day services and end-of-life care. We bring advanced care to our patients where they’re most comfortable and can heal the fastest— in the home. We are your local, non-profit VNA and Hospice, committed to helping anyone who needs our assistance. We serve patients, their caregivers and families around Rutland and Bennington Counties.

VNAHSR offers specialized home health care including:

  • Skilled nursing
  • Chronic illness and disease management
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapy
  • Medical social work services
  • Case management
  • Home health aide services
  • Parental and enteral nutritional therapy
  • Infusion therapy
  • Behavioral and mental health counseling
  • Hospice and palliative care
  • Telemedicine
  • Vaccinations
  • Home medical equipment
  • Educational advice
  • Wound care
  • Pain management
  • Home safety instructions

Recent News

  • VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region Recognizes Employees of the Quarter
    The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region (VNAHSR) named Sharon Davis and Jenifer Dufresne as the Non-Clinical Employees of the Quarter and Celina Fuller, Speech Language Pathologist as the Clinical Employee of the Quarter. Employees of the Quarter are selected from nominations submitted by colleagues and acknowledge employees who go above and beyond their regular job duties and best reflect the agency values of honesty, excellence, accountability, teamwork, leadership, and helpfulness. […]
  • Dinners with Love Recognizes Volunteers with Annual Awards
    Dinners with Love, a Brandon based non-profit agency dedicated to providing free, delivered meals from local restaurants to hospice patients and their families recently honored two individuals from the VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region at their virtual Comfort for a Cause event. Volunteer Dick Bower from Bennington County received the Jean Finnerty Award, an award given to an outstanding volunteer, and Patti Buscemi, from Rutland County received the Sunflower Award in recognition of her efforts in coordinating the Dinners with Love program at the VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region. […]
  • Walk this Way! Starting Your Own Walking Program Has Benefits
    The coronavirus is taking its toll worldwide and will continue to do so for some time to come. Much is known about transmission, infection, and symptoms, but there are still many unanswered questions. However, there is one thing that is almost certain to help protect an individual from contracting the virus, and that is maintaining good physical health. This is key to all aspects of your physiological well-being and mental health. […]