Women's Services

The University of Vermont Medical Center offers a variety of services in women's health. We are dedicated to providing you with the best care possible. Browse our women's services below:

Women Services: Health Library

Health Library

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 women’s care doctors and specialists as well as articles on various topics relating to women's health.

Find a Women's Health Specialist

Find a Women's Health Specialist

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Patient Stories

Patient Stories

Maureen Harriman, Breast Cancer Survivor Read how Maureen Harriman, of Tupper Lake, N.Y., was treated at The University of Vermont Medical Center for breast cancer.

Clinical Trials & Research

Clinical Trials & Research

As a university hospital, the University of Vermont Medical Center continually pursues better ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose, and treat conditions through medical research. Learn more about our research and clinical trials activities for women's health:

Recent Blog Posts

Recent Blog Posts

Poisoned from Foraging: Wild Ramp or False Hellebore? 

Every spring the Northern New England Poison Center manages a number of poisonings from foragers picking toxic plants and mushrooms mistaken for safe, healthy food. Most recently, the UVM Medical Center Emergency Department has seen a spike in poisonings from people ingesting a plant called false hellebore that they thought were wild ramps. “Now that people are headed outside, we are seeing more plant-related poisonings,” says Rebecca Bell,

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