RAVNAH Executive Director Ron Cioffi (right) poses with State Rep. Larry Cupoli (center) and Tim Collins (left), RAVNAH Finance Committee member. (Photo courtesy of Melissa Faignant)
Rutland A long overdue honor for work “above and beyond” was made by state legislators to the Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH). The ageny was recognized for it significant health care role.
State Rep. Larry Cupoli of Rutland City, sponsor of the House concurrent resolution, said that RAVNAH provides an important life-affirming service to the Rutland County area.
“RAVNAH is not only a progressive health care provider, the organization also contributes to our State’s economy by providing employment and good paying opportunities 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.
“We’re very proud of each and every one of our staff, our board of directors and committee members for their commitment to providing the highest quality home health and hospice care for our patients.” said Ronald J. Cioffi, RAVNAH’s executive director. “It’s an honor to be recognized for our efforts.”
According to Melissa Faignant, community relations manager of RAVNAH, the organization is now a non-profit, Medicare certified home health agency that provides a wide range of health-care services to people of all ages who need home and community health services.