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Our Medical Group
Find highly skilled, compassionate mental health care for children and adults at The University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington, VT.
Our extensive mental health specialties range from outpatient counseling for children and adults and to inpatient care for acute mental illness and 24/7 crisis response service. Learn more about mental health programs at the UVM Medical Center:
Our online health library provides you with a trusted source to research symptoms and conditions and find resources to help guide you toward the correct path on your journey to good health. The library also offers interactive health-decision tools and links to our mental health care providers.
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The University of Vermont Medical Center offers support groups for a wide range of populations in need, including diagnosed patients, disease survivors and family members. Most all group meetings are free.
We are dedicated to consistently providing you with the highest quality of care possible. Our mental health care teams – physicians, nurses and staff – take a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach, working with you to develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.
Research at The UVM Medical Center includes a wide range of research trials that advance the field of medicine and improve patient care. The University of Vermont Department of Psychiatry has four major areas of research interest: neuroscience, substance abuse, child wellness and psychopathology, and public psychiatry.
As a university hospital, The UVM Medical Center is training the next generation of physicians in partnership with the Larner College of Medicine at UVM. Your care team may include residents and medical students, who work under the close supervision of attending physicians.