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​Nursing Education at The UVM Medical Center

In tandem with The UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences, The University of Vermont Medical Center offers its nursing employees a variety of avenues for continuing their education. Some of which include:
  • Nursing Grand Rounds
  • Internship programs
  • Perioperative nursing course
  • Student nurse extern program
  • EKG Interpretation Workshop
We offer a dynamic environment that assures excellence in professional nursing practice. For a full list of nursing educational opportunities at The UVM Medical Center visit Nursing Education.

LNA Training

LNAs play an extremely important role in making the patient's hospital stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. The LNA program at The UVM Medical Canter prepares eligible candidates to practice as nursing assistants in providing direct patient care. The training course consists of a combination of classroom, lab and clinical practice in an acute medical/surgical setting.

Find out how to begin your new career as a Licensed Nurse Assistant.


Faculty in the Department of Nursing, perform research in areas such as cultural competency, successful aging, rural health, end of life care, and more. To find out more about research in nursing visit the University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

About Nursing at The University of Vermont Medical Center

Looking to learn more about nursing at The UVM Medical Center? Look no further. Find out the latest news, information about the Department of Nursing and the leadership team, as well as why you may want to consider nursing at The UVM Medical Center.