RAVNAH and Hospice Honored by Vermont Legislature

RAVNAH and Hospice Honored by Vermont Legislature

RAVNAH and Hospice Honored by Vermont Legislature

From right, RAVNAH executive director Ron Cioffi poses with Representative Cupoli and Tim Collins, RAVNAH Finance Committee Member.

From right, RAVNAH executive director Ron Cioffi poses with Representative Cupoli and Tim Collins, RAVNAH Finance Committee Member.

Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice (RAVNAH) was honored by the Vermont Legislature on February 26 for its significant health care role. Representative Larry Cupoli of Rutland City, sponsor of the House concurrent resolution, wanted to bring awareness to other officials in the State in recognition of the contributions that RAVNAH provides to Rutland County, Dorset and Rupert.

“RAVNAH is not only a progressive health care provider, the organization also contributes to our State’s economy by providing employment for many of our citizens,” said Cupoli. “The efforts of the organization to help keep the cost of health care down, by applying programs and education to clients, are especially important in today’s society.

Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice is a non-profit, Medicare certified home health agency that provides a wide range of health care services to people of all ages. For information call 802-775-0568 or visit ravnah.org.

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