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Innovative “population health” program also improved services for housing-insecure patients.
Physicians, nurses, students experience health care through new lens at language expo.
Innovations in Recycling and Involving Physicians in Purchasing Are Highlighted.
State contract aims to expand access to treatment for opioid use disorder.
Preserving Access to Quality Health Care Must Be Cornerstone of Any New Legislation
The Kinney Drugs Foundation is donating $250,000 to provide supportive spaces for families in the Robert E. and Holly D. Miller Building.
Marking Progress in Network Goal to Reduce Costs for Individuals and Businesses. 0.72% Request Is Historically Low and Under Inflation Rate for the 2nd Year in a Row
Patients whose hearts have a faulty mitral valve and are considered high risk for open-heart surgery now have a new treatment option.
The medical center’s own physician’s group provides key charitable support for the Miller Building.
Loyal community member invests in future patient care.
Learn how the Millers are helping UVM Medical Center create a better space for our patients.
New Welcoming Policy expected to improve recovery and healing.
Learn how the Patient Advisory Group can help shape your care.
A patient's bond with her caregivers helps her persevere.
UVM Medical Center is "the people's hospital," says Louise Stoll.
Learn how the UVM Medical Center helped Jason Bacon get through his pancreatic cancer.
The University of Vermont Health Network has named Eric Miller as the Network’s deputy general counsel and senior advisor, effective Monday, May 22.
Grants have been awarded to innovative programs that address critical health problems.
The University of Vermont Health Network has named Jerald Novak as the network’s chief people officer, effective, May 1.
New System Designed to Collect Unused Opioids and Other Potentially Harmful Drugs.