#ThanksHealthHeroes: Share Your Gratitude to UVM Health Network's Frontline Workers | Paid Post | Coronavirus | Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice
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Health care professionals are working tirelessly and selflessly, risking their health to screen, care for and protect those in need. Let our “health heroes” know that you’re thinking of them, appreciate their commitment and that you value their incredible dedication to helping our community.

People can now easily see and share messages and photos expressing gratitude for the incredible work of the staff members throughout the UVM Health Network.

You can read these messages of gratitude and say #ThanksHealthHeroes with your very own message of support online at: UVMHealth.org/HealthHeroes

The COVID-19 pandemic has made all of us more thankful for the basic, important things in our lives – things like the health and safety of our families and the support of our communities. So many people have come forward to say “thank you” and other words of encouragement to health care workers all across the region. These simple acts mean so much. Our #ThanksHealthHeroes gratitude campaign, detailed here, is a way to keep those messages coming during these difficult times. I am inspired by, and grateful for, the strength and resilience of our UVM Health Network team and the communities we serve.

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John R. Brumsted, MD
President and CEO
The University of Vermont Health Network


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This article was commissioned and paid for by UVM Health Network.

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