Green Mountain Surgery Center is accessible to and useable by disabled persons, including persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, or blind, or who have other sensory impairments. Access features include:
If you require any of the aids listed above, please let the receptionist or your nurse know.
For any questions about co-pays and deductibles and out of pocket expenses, or other billing inquiries, please call our business office (802) 488-5350 and chose the menu option for questions about insurance estimates or billing
You will enter as usual and a staff member will go over a COVID-19 screening questionnaire with you at the front desk. This is to protect you and our staff and to prevent the spread of the virus.
Please contact your healthcare provider by phone or website portal to make them aware of any symptoms you are having before coming in person. They will give you recommendations about the best course of action.
Yes. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that infected patients or those suspected of being infected, such as anyone with new onset respiratory symptoms, should wear a mask to reduce the spread of respiratory droplets with coughing. Due to the symptom onset varying and the population of asymptomatic, for the safety of our patients and staff we require masks to be worn while in our facility.
You will still need a family member/driver to come with you. At this time, we are allowing visitors to wait in the waiting area and accompany you in the recovery suite.
COVID-19 Stands for Coronavirus Disease 2019. It is caused by the virus “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)” from the family of coronaviruses. In December of 2019, this new coronavirus began spreading, and has now become a global problem (pandemic). A person who is sick with the virus SARS-CoV-2 has the disease COVID-19.
Components of the virus can be detected in the feces of infected patients although less is known about the likelihood of intact viral particles from fecal contaminants actually causing an infection in another individual. Likewise, the risk of transmitting virus through saliva, or other body fluids has not yet been studied in detail. Regular and proper hand washing is the best method to reduce such transmission risk.
Yes. From the time a person contracts the SARSCoV-2 virus, it can take up to 14 days for symptoms to develop (average of 5 days). Viral shedding and transmission to another person can occur several days prior to symptom development.
This is highly unlikely. Our staff decontaminate and disinfect surfaces before and after each procedure. Your team at Green Mountain Surgery Center will employ all methods to minimize the risk of you getting exposed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus during your visit.
This is highly unlikely. Physicians performing your procedure wear masks, gloves, gowns, and other personal protective equipment that helps prevent any spread of the virus. Your team at Green Mountain Surgery Center will employ all methods to minimize the risk of you getting exposed to this virus during your visit.
Information about COVID-19 can be found on the following websites: