Manchester Medical Center
As of 4:30pm 5/20/20
Vermont continues its steady pace, which is encouraging.
There is a desire to let down our guard, but please understand, this is not over yet.
Please continue to be vigilant so we don’t have to repeat these past few months.
I and every medical professional out there wants this to end just like you do.
I’m tired of the mask, too.
I want my kids to go to camps this summer, too.
I too, want vulnerable kids and adults to get out of their volatile and insecure environments.
I too, want restaurants, businesses and our economy to open and thrive.
I also want our healthcare and essential workers to stop getting infected and dying.
I want all people, kids, adults and elderly to stop getting infected and dying.
Please listen to the experts, regardless of which side of the aisle you tread. That just doesn’t matter.
The experts, scientis and doctors are giving objective advice and guidance, because we all want this to end. Listen.
Urgent care when and where you need it most.
Dr. Sterling graduated from Midwestern University’s Glendale, Arizona campus of the College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed a one year Temple University surgical internship at Conemaugh Memorial Hospital followed by his osteopathic internship at Michigan State University’s Sparrow Hospital, a level one trauma center. He completed his emergency medicine residency training at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo, OH with focused training as a Life Flight physician responding to accidents by helicopter and providing aeromedical critical trauma care and transport. In addition, Dr. Sterling is a major in the Vermont Air National Guard and operates as a critical care flight surgeon for the 158th Fighter Wing.Dr. Janel Kittredge
Dr. Kittredge received her medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA followed by residency training in emergency medicine at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo, OH. She has extensive training in prehospital care, including wilderness medicine and emergency medical services, and has served as a Life Flight physician for aeromedical services in Toledo, OH. Dr. Kittredge has been the medical director of Stratton Mountain Urgent Care at Carlos Otis Clinic for the past six years and owns and operates Sterling Aesthetics, a nonsurgical aesthetic medicine practice. Dr. Kittredge returns to her hometown to provide medical care to the community. She grew up in Manchester and is a 1992 Burr & Burton graduate.
Dr. Sterling and Dr. Kittredge live in Winhall with their four young daughters.