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Access our latest hospital information and policies. Learn more about COVID-19 and what we can all do to protect ourselves, our family and others.

Open Enrollment Starts Soon!

To enroll in a qualified health plan, you must sign up during an enrollment period. Open Enrollment is the time when any Vermonter can sign up for health coverage, or make changes to an existing plan. Open Enrollment starts November 1 and ends December 15, 2020—so mark your calendar! If you miss Open Enrollment, you might have to wait until next year to get health insurance.

Wellness Center now offering
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LAT45 Challenge – NEW DATE
June 19, 2021   Paddle-Run-Bike

Save the date! Moonlight Ball
October 2, 2021 – Jay Peak Resort

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The Wellness Center

Celebrating 37 years of
Fun, Health and Fitness! 


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North Country Hospital offers patients the opportunity to see
doctors using their own smartphones, tablets or computers.

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Temporary visitor policy

To help ensure a safe care environment and limit possible exposure to coronavirus, we have modified our visitor policy temporarily. Please note that moms in labor and delivery may have their partner with them in the hospital.

  • All visitors and vendors will be screened for illness and asked specific questions.


  • Emergency Department Visitor Policy: For everyone’s safety, no one is allowed with a patient in the exam area. Patients under 18 years of age are allowed one adult to accompany them.

Visitors will be prohibited in any area of the hospital except for:


  • 1 support person with a patient in labor, labor checks, prenatal ultrasounds, and post-delivery
  • 1 support person with a minor patient
  • 1 support person to assist patient with preop and post-op instructions
  • 1 support person to assist those with special needs (such as for a patient with cognitive impairment or disability who requires assistance to access care)
  • 2 support persons  allowed in patient room at one time for end of life situations

In clinics:

  • 1 support person with  patient who has need for direct assistance
  • Single parent with more than one child