Milton is a small community of 10,000 people located 15 miles north of Burlington, Vermont and is home to Family Medicine Milton – the home of the University of Vermont Family Medicine Residency Program.
About the Facility
Family Medicine Milton is dedicated to the education of our Family Medicine residents and to the care of our patients. Our faculty and staff have extensive longevity at the practice, and it is truly a supportive, family-like environment. The practice is a NCQA-certified level 1 Medical Home and has well over 2,000 patient visits per month.
The 11,500 square foot building has:
- 21 exam rooms
- two treatment rooms
- a patient counseling room
- a small group therapy room
- conference room
- on-site radiography
- office lab and on-site phlebotomy
The practice has a desk carrel for each of our 18 residents with ample personal storage space.
About the Family Medicine Residency Clinical Experience
The residents and faculty practices are divided into three teams to improve patient continuity and model small group practices.
You will work closely with experienced, board-certified family physicians at the Center. These faculty members are available for consultation during your practice hours. They will offer you expert guidance as you care for patients with a comprehensive range of health concerns.
Milton Family Practice reflects the type of group practice that many residents choose after completing their residency. Emphasis is placed on accurate problem-oriented records to enhance communication, appropriate use of nursing and counseling professionals, and direct involvement in the organization and administration of the practice.
Patients often comment that they prefer to have all of their care at MFP as opposed to driving to the "big city" of Burlington for specialty care. This lends itself to the provision of full-scope family medicine on site including:
- on-site laboratory and X-Ray
- behavioral counseling
- social work
- nutritional counseling
- clinical pharmacist support
Family Medicine faculty and residents perform the following procedures on-site among many others including:
- laceration repair
- skin biopsies
- casting and splinting
- IUD placement
Computer capabilities at MFP include:
- wireless high-speed internet connections
- electronic medical records (EPIC)
- medical pharmacologic and coding database
- medical literature search
Other Family Medicine Locations:
The following Family Medicine sites provide a diverse group of attending clinical faculty with a wide range of interests. Medical students also rotate through these practices. Faculty from the practices teach residents at the Milton site and on the Family Medicine inpatient service. Residents do an urgent care rotation in the first and third years at Urgent Care.
- Family Medicine Berlin
- Family Medicine Colchester
- Family Medicine Hinesburg
- Family Medicine South Burlington
- Urgent Care Colchester
Residents engage in community building activities starting in their first year, participating in education in the local schools through "Helmets on Heads" and "Tar Wars." We also have a funded grant project to distribute farm shares to our patients across our clinical sites, including MFP. Our residents have been actively involved in the farm share project. Residents routinely contribute articles to the local newspaper.