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The University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital hosts special events and programs throughout the year. Find the most up-to-date information on our calendar of events.
Events include free screenings like our annual Women’s Health Fair or Community Fun Day, where you can learn more about hospital services and health resources and enjoy fun activities and prizes. The UVM Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital Auxiliary also sponsors fundraising events throughout the year, including the annual Doc Lopez Run for Health.
Community Fun Day
The first ever Community Fun Day was held in June 2019 at Moriah Central School. Over 100 participants enjoyed refreshments, raffle prizes including bicycles and helmets, health and safety vendor booths and family-oriented activities. Be sure to check our calendar for details on the next Community Fun Day.
Doc Lopez Run for Health - March 21, 2020
The 40th Annual Doc Lopez Run for Health to support the UVM Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital will be held Saturday, March 21, 2020. A 1-mile walk, 5K run, and USATF-sanctioned half marathon are offered along a scenic route in the Adirondack Mountains. A banquet and awards ceremony are hosted at the Boquet Valley Central School in Elizabethtown. For more information and to register, please visit doclopezrun.com.
Free community programs, like Wellness Rx and our Diabetes Support Group, offer access to expert advice and nutritious foods.
We offer the following support services:
- Tobacco Cessation
- Patient Advocacy
- Patient Education
- Patient/Family Support
- Substance Abuse Screening and Counseling
- Community Resource Access Assistance
Wellness Rx and the Crown Point Health Center Food Pantry
The Wellness Rx program and Crown Point Health Center Food Pantry were launched in partnership with the Essex County Well Fed Collaborative. These programs aim to make healthy food options and education more accessible to those with food related chronic disease. For more information, please call (518) 873-3125.