BARRE — Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice welcomed Eric Quintin, of Barre Town, and Paulette Thabault, of South Burlington, to its board of directors. Quintin is director of case management for Washington County Mental Health Services. He has worked as a clinician and therapist, with a specialty in schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, for the past 15 years. Thabault is director of and a professor at Norwich University's School of Nursing. She is also an adult nurse practitioner at the Community Health Center of Burlington, where she focuses on treatment of obesity and related chronic diseases. CVHHH is a full-service, nonprofit visiting nurse association serving 23 communities in Vermont’s Washington and Orange counties.

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