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UVM Health Network Outlines Plan for $15 Million to Support Community Health Programs and Reform Efforts.
New Residency Program Could Improve Access to Primary Care
The University of Vermont Health Network announces six Board of Trustees appointments at member hospitals.
John Remillard to oversee hospitals in Elizabethtown and Ticonderoga.
Learn how Denim Day and other programs at UVM Children's Hospital helped Emma get recover from surgery.
The University of Vermont Medical Center and The University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences have received a total of $175,000 from the KeyBank Foundation to strengthen the nursing profession and support construction of a new inpatient bed facility.
For the second year in a row, the University of Vermont Medical Center has been selected for the “50 Greenest Hospitals in America.”
Elizabethtown, N.Y. (December 4, 2015) - Rodney Boula, chief executive officer of the University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital, has resigned after 11 years at the helm.
The University of Vermont Medical Center was recognized this month by The Joint Commission as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for 2015.
In a major break with the current payment system for health care, The University of Vermont Medical Center's CEO, John R. Brumsted, M.D., has announced an ambitious goal to have 80% of the care provided by the Medical Center to be paid for based on quality of care, instead of the traditional method of being paid for the amount of care provided, by 2018.
The University of Vermont Medical Center recently announced the appointment of Doug Gentile, M.D., to the position of chief medical information officer.
Giving families a place to begin.
The Mary Fletcher Society.
The Mother Baby Project at UVM Medical Center
Tom and Mary Evslin’s generous $1 million gift in 2012 to support heart research at The University of Vermont College of Medicine is reaping big returns today.
The University of Vermont Medical Center’s Nutrition Services has not only successfully debunked stereotypes about “hospital food,” it’s become a leader in the food revolution both regionally and nationally.
Hundreds of people will have much to smile about for many years to come, thanks to a generous gift supporting community dental needs.
The University of Vermont Health Network has announced the appointment of Adam Buckley, M.D., to the position of chief information officer.
The University of Vermont Medical Center has received the “Get With The Guidelines Resuscitation Gold Award.”
The University of Vermont Medical Center is again being counted as a top performer among leading academic medical centers participating in the 2015 University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) Quality and Accountability Study, nationally recognized as the most important analysis of its kind.