Hyperbaric Vermont Hires New Staff Member and Furthers Mission to Make Life-Changing Treatment Accessible

Hyperbaric VT hires Aly McHugh

Montpelier and South Burlington, VT (June 5, 2021) – Hyperbaric Vermont is pleased to announce that Alyson Lincoln McHugh (Aly) has joined the growing nonprofit as the new Outreach and Marketing Coordinator. This is a new position created within the nonprofit as a part of it’s strategic growth plan.  Founder and president Dr. Grace Johnstone says, “Aly has a great entrepreneurial spirit, strong communication skills, and has a proven track record of successful marketing through all media platforms. We are very happy to have Aly join the Hyperbaric Vermont team. We will more easily be able to spread the word about our patient care and provider training programs and create a larger positive impact in our community.”  

For over 16 years, Aly owned and operated No. 9 Boutique and The Alley Antique store in Montpelier, VT. As COVID arrived in early 2020, Aly decided it would be best to close her long standing retail stores which happened in August of 2020. Aly was offered a position as the Communications and Development Assistant at Central Vermont Council on Aging (CVCOA) which she works part time as well as working part time for Hyperbaric Vermont. 

“I’m really excited to be working for an organization that helps many people heal from life changing illnesses. The positive testimonials about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy are amazing and I want to help this therapy become better known as a viable treatment. It’s very exciting!”

Hyperbaric Vermont is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 2017. Their mission is to raise awareness of hyperbaric oxygen therapy and to make this life-changing treatment accessible for all. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) offers hope to people with many conditions for which standard medical treatment has little to offer. HBOT is a safe and effective treatment that is used for Lyme, Crohn’s and celiac disease, arthritis, stroke, dementia, Alzheimer’s, radiation damage, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, diabetic ulcers and non-healing wounds, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis and other neural and inflammatory conditions as well as long-haul COVID symptom relief. Hyperbaric Vermont has two patient care centers: one in S. Burlington and one in Montpelier, as well as Affiliate offices offering affordable care in Brattleboro, West Lebanon and Middlebury. More information can be found at www.hyperbaricvermont.org 

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