Anesthesiology - Fanny Allen Campus

Anesthesiology - Fanny Allen Campus

790 College Parkway
Fanny Allen Campus
Colchester,  Vermont  05446

   802-847-5324

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Advanced Anesthesiology Services in Vermont

Our anesthesiologists, certified nurse-anesthetists and anesthesiology assistants have advanced training in their specialties and provide one-on-one care tailored to your specific needs and concerns.

At UVM Medical Center, we offer the full spectrum of anesthesiology services from simple sedations for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to sophisticated anesthesia for complex surgeries.

We care for everyone from the tiniest premature infant to patients at the end of life, providing treatments that range from epidurals during childbirth to chronic pain management to supporting and monitoring all vital body functions during general anesthesia. Post-surgery, we care for patients during recovery and on the intensive care units, and assist with management throughout the hospital as needed.

As a university hospital, our services are enhanced by research-based expertise, access to the latest equipment and technology, and the availability of the full scope of anesthetic drugs in use today. Our goal is to make sure all surgery patients have a safe and comfortable experience.

Our services encompass a wide range of anesthesiology specialties, including:

Acute Pain Services

24/7 acute pain services for post-anesthetic patients, including those who have nerve block catheters in place or intravenous anesthetic medication following their operations. We are available as consultants for non-surgical related pain

Chronic Pain Management

Comprehensive assessment and treatment of chronic pain provided at The UVM Medical Center's Center for Pain Medicine. A multidisciplinary team of experts specially trained in pain management cares for patients at the Center. Learn more.

Regional Anesthesia

Anesthesia used to numb a specific area of the body requiring surgery, such as spinal anesthesia or epidural anesthesia used in childbirth and prostate surgery.

Pediatric Anesthesia

The practice of anesthesia specifically developed to alleviate in infants and children undergoing surgical or other painful procedures. At The University of Vermont Children's Hospital, pediatric patients benefit from personal, coordinated care provided in the Comfort Zone, a child-friendly, family-centered environment where a host of pediatric specialists come together to provide safe sedation care before, during and following a procedure. Learn more.

Obstetrical Anesthesia

Anesthesia services specifically designed for women during childbirth. A wide range of options are available to alleviate pain. Anesthesiologists with advanced training in obstetric medicine work closely with each patient to address their specific needs.

Neuroanesthesia

The use of anesthesia during neurological procedures and diagnostic tests such as traditional electroencephalogram (EEG), which records electrical activity in the brain, and evoked potential studies, procedures that examine nerve pathways.

Cardiothoracic Anesthesia

Anesthesia care specifically designed for patients undergoing cardiothoracic surgery provided by anesthesiologists with advanced training in cardiac medicine. An important tool used in this type of anesthesia is transesophageal echocardiography (TEE), which uses ultrasound technology to provide a clear picture of the heart while patients are asleep under general anesthesia or sedated.

Vascular Anesthesia

Anesthesia care designed for patients undergoing vascular procedures and surgery to the blood vessels. Practitioners have an advanced level of training in vascular medicine.

Critical Care Anesthesia

Advanced anesthesia care provided in UVM Medical Center's intensive care units. Critical care anesthetists are specially trained to treat patients with critical, life-threatening illnesses.

Ultrasound-Guided Anesthesia

The use of ultrasound technology to guide the delivery of anesthetics. Ultrasound allows the anesthesiologist to visualize the anatomy, including blood vessels and nerves in the area he or she is working. This is most frequently used in the placement of central lines (intravenous access in the major veins of the neck or under the collarbone) or for peripheral nerve blocks done to numb a particular section of the body.

Find a UVM Medical Center physician or call 802-847-2415.