The Kingwood Health Center, conveniently located just a half mile off Interstate 89 on Route 66 west in Randolph, offers:
- Rehabilitation services, including physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Care coordination through the Community Health Team (Blueprint)
- Diabetes care
Physical therapy staff works to relieve pain and improve functional abilities to return patients to life and work following an injury, illness or surgery. The department also includes the Continence Program and the Balance Center. The Balance Center provides specialized physical therapy for balance disorders, such as vertigo. This therapy is also known as vestibular rehabilitation. The Continence Program treats urinary and bowel incontinence. Aquatics therapy is additionally available at Vermont Technical College’s nearby SHAPE facility.
Occupational therapy helps people of all ages with a variety of physical, psychological or cognitive functioning impairments attain or resume participation in everyday activities. Impairments may be the result of developmental disorders, physical illness, trauma or the aging process.
Speech therapy addresses communication and swallowing disorders, helping people of all ages regain or improve their ability to communicate through speech.
The Diabetes Clinic provides diabetes education, blood glucose monitoring, nutrition and exercise counseling, and medication and prevention advice, as well as help for special patient needs.
Community Health Team (Blueprint)
Blueprint for Health is a state-led initiative designed to provide coordinated health services that stress prevention and wellness. The Community Health Team helps you navigate the health care system, access community resources, and providers seamless care and support.
The Addiction Medicine Program works with adults who wish to treat an opioid use disorder with medication, whether it is pain medicine or heroin, with medication and comprehensive recovery supports.
Where to find us
Rehabilitation services are located on the lower level of the health center. The Diabetes Clinic, Community Health Team, and a private practice dentist office are on the upper level.
Who’s right for you? What do all those initials mean?
To help you choose the right provider, here are descriptions of some of the provider types Gifford offers.
If you need help accessing, or have questions about, medical and community resources, call the Blueprint Community Health Team at 728-7710.
Translation services, including help for people with hearing loss, are available free of charge.