UVM Medical Center

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Efficiency, Energy Conservation, Sustainability Were Key Planning Principles
Report Analyzed Hospitals, Health Systems Nationwide on How Well They Follow Federal Requirements
Thousands of leading hospitals and prominent health associations nationwide unite to encourage families to ask about gun access and safety measures.
Dr. Eappen Will Lead Network Mission to Improve Patient Access and Equity, Move Toward Value-Based Care and Build Long-Term Sustainability
This unique program helps older adults in Vermont and Northern New York better understand benefits and support care navigation, and aims to achieve improved health outcomes.
Vaccinating Children Now, Getting Tested Early Among Most Important Recommendations
Awards include best hospital in Vermont, recognition for high performance.
The Vermont Department of Health identified a positive case of human monkeypox virus infection in Vermont. The patient is receiving treatment through the UVM Medical Center.
Affiliate and network boards vote to amend governance structure as network matures.
New contract for nursing employees includes substantial wage increases, runs through July 9, 2024.
Plan outlines needed measures to stabilize finances, protect critical services and continue to address workforce and access to care challenges.
Culturally inclusive health care, housing, mental health and wellbeing top list of community health needs identified in UVM Medical Center’s 2022 Community Health Needs Assessment - the most inclusive and robust in the institution's history.
John R. Brumsted, MD, President and CEO of The UVM Health Network, provides a statement on the 6/24 decision.
Network leadership and staff will be participating in a variety of events to commemorate the holiday.
Regional, Statewide and National Trends of Workplace Violence Demand Immediate Dialogue and Coordinated Action from Nonprofit, Government and Private Partners
To Provide a Safe Environment for Patients and Staff, COVID-19 and Other Safety Policies Must be Followed
Pandemic-related impact on the global supply chain has caused a critical nation-wide shortage of intravenous (IV) contrast used for certain CT scans and other diagnostic procedures. Availability of this product is expected to be extremely limited until at least July 2022.
Climate Pledge is Latest Step in UVM Medical Center’s Commitment to Environmentally Sustainable Health Care
More revenue is needed to cover the increased cost to both hospitals for providing the care that Vermonters count on.