Leadership at the UVM Health Network

Working together to better serve our communities makes us stronger, focused on collaboration instead of competition. As a team, The University of Vermont Health Network improves the lives of our patients by delivering outstanding care cost-effectively, as close to patient's  homes as possible.

Our hospitals and physicians are bringing the best of community and academic medicine together, sharing their knowledge and resources to give patients access to leading-edge technology, advanced treatment options and the highest level of compassionate care - the heart and science of medicine. 

The University of Vermont Health Network cares for communities on both sides of Lake Champlain, from the Adirondacks to the Green Mountains and beyond. Members include:

  • The University of Vermont Medical Center, affiliated with The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont and The University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Alice Hyde Medical Center
  • Central Vermont Medical Center
  • Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital 
  • Elizabethtown Community Hospital
  • Porter Medical Center
  • UVM Health Network Home Health & Hospice (formerly the Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties)

Our network was created in October 2011 when Fletcher Allen in Burlington, Vermont, and Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin, Vermont, signed an affiliation agreement. In January 2013, New York partners Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone, Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital in Plattsburgh and Elizabethtown Community Hospital in Elizabethtown joined the affiliation. In May 2017 Porter Medical Center joined the affiliation. On January 1, 2018, the UVM Health Network Home Health & Hospice (formerly the VNA of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties) joined the network. (The network was originally called Fletcher Allen Partners.)

UVM Health Network Senior Leaders

 
Name Title
John Brumsted, MD President and Chief Executive Officer, The University of Vermont Health Network
Robert Pierattini, MD Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, The University of Vermont Health Network Medical Group; Interim Executive Vice President for Clinical Affairs, The University of Vermont Health Network; Interim Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, The University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine
Al Gobeille Executive Vice President, Network Hospital Operations
Rick Vincent  Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
David W. Clauss, MD Senior Vice President, UVM Health Network Chief Medical Officer
Douglas Gentile, MD Senior Vice President, Network Information Technology
Jackie Hunter Senior Vice President, UVM Health Network Chief Diversity and Inclusion Office
Annette Macias-Hoag  Senior Vice President, UVM Health Network Chief Nursing Office
Eric Miller Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Jerald Novak Senior Vice President, Chief People Officer
Diana Scalise  Senior Vice President, High Value Care
Anya Rader Wallack Senior Vice President, Strategic Communications
Michelle LeBeau, RN President and Chief Operating Officer, Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital; President, Alice Hyde Medical Center
Stephen Leffler, MD President and Chief Operating Officer, The University of Vermont Medical Center
Anna Noonan, RN, BSN, MS President and Chief Operating Officer, Central Vermont Medical Center
Bob Ortmyer President, Elizabethtown Community Hospital
Adrianne Johnson Ross President and Chief Executive Officer, The University of Vermont Health Network - Home Health & Hospice
Thomas Thompson President and COO, Porter Medical Center

Governance

The University of Vermont Health Network's Board of Trustees is comprised of up to 22 members. Up to 20 members are nominated by the Network’s governance committee through a nomination process designed to select trustees with diverse skills and experiences who are dedicated to the Network’s mission and vision. The two ex-officio members are the President and Chief Executive Officer of the University of Vermont Health Network and the Dean of the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont.  Trustees are elected to serve four-year terms and may serve up to two terms. The board’s role is to provide oversight of the Network’s management in order to ensure that it is faithfully carrying out the Network’s mission. The board is committed to being an antiracist board, aligning its board practices with those of the organization and creating an equitable, diverse, and inclusive board.

UVM Health Network Board of Trustees

Read about the UVM Health Network board of trustees.

UVM Health Network Leadership