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Dr. Marissa Coleman to Build on the Foundational Work She Has Helped Shape Over the Last Several Years
Dr. John Brumsted, president and CEO of the UVM Health Network, comments on access to care in our Vermont hospitals.
Dr. John Brumsted, president and CEO of the UVM Health Network, highlights the critical investments the network must make in our patients, providers and facilities.
Focus will be on Innovation, Nursing Practice and Patient-Centered Care
UVM Health Network to require workforce to be vaccinated against COVID-19, beginning October 1, 2021.
Facility will replace Fanny Allen operating room capacity, meet changing demographic needs of region, and move more procedures to lower-cost outpatient setting
Philips issues a voluntary recall for several of its Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), BiLevel Positive Airway Pressure (BiLevel PAP) and Mechanical Ventilator devices.
Partner Organizations and Hundreds of Dedicated UVM Health Network Employees Contribute to Successful Vaccination Effort. Focus Now Moves to Ongoing Vaccination Needs of Vermonters.
As Vermont Drops COVID-19 Restrictions, Masking Still Required in Health Care Settings
Wallack will lead advocacy and communication strategy to advance the Network’s mission-driven vision to transform health care.
Unique Partnership Will Offer a Local Doctor-Influenced Medicare Advantage Plan to Meet the Specific Health Care Needs of Older Adults in the Region
Careful Planning and Vigilance Give Patients Confidence to Seek the Care They Need, While Virtual Offerings Improve Access
With certain exceptions, visitors will be asked to show proof of full vaccination and are asked to bring their vaccination cards
The Patient Safety Movement Foundation presented The University of Vermont Medical Center with the Foundation’s 5-Star Hospital award.
A statement from UVM Health Network CEO John Brumsted, MD, regarding recent attacks against AAPI communities.
Vaccination Rates Are Up and Death Rates Are Down, But Masking, Distancing and Cleaning Your Hands Remain Essential to Stop the Spread
Focus remains on providing high quality care
Serosurvey Results show Lowest Prevalence of COVID-19 in Youngest Students
New Members Bring a Wealth of Knowledge and Diverse Backgrounds to the Network
Patients will not lose their opportunity to be vaccinated due to this temporary closure