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Leffler, M.D., Named President/COO of UVM Medical Center
What to Expect When UVM Health Network Updates its Patient Portal
UVM Medical Center receives reverification as a Level I Adult Trauma Center and a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center
UVM Health Network Implements First Phase of Unified Electronic Health Record at Four Affiliate Hospitals
UVM Medical Center's Response to HHS' Office of Civil Rights Announcement
Nonprofit names 148 national and international grant recipients.
Patient-informed design supports team approach to care and improved convenience.
Will lead efforts across the Vermont and Northern New York health network to improve quality, access, affordability and efficiencies.
The UVM Medical Center is requesting that the Green Mountain Care Board approve the addition of two hospitals to the unified electronic health record system.
to Increase Access to Treatment and Services.
Sivan Cotel, Co-Founder and Director of Operations for Stonecutter Spirits in Middlebury, joined the UVM Health Network Board of Trustees.
The UVM Medical Center has received a gold-level Governor’s Award for Excellence in Worksite Wellness.
The UVM Medical Center Board of Trustees Adds Members with Education, Human Services and Public Policy Experience.
With more than 30 years experienc in human services.
With patient input, bills clarify charges, financial assistance and support.
Dr. Stephen Leffler Will Serve as Interim President.
Spending is part of $930,000 fund to support local human service programs.
(Burlington, VT) Ryan Polly, University of Vermont Medical Center manager of Talent Development and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion received a Rising Star award last night from Vermont Business Magazine, recognizing 40 winners younger than 40 for their commitment to business growth, professional excellence and involvement in their communities. He was chosen by the magazine’s judges from among 220 nominations.
Hospital’s program, one of the oldest in the nation, has handled 13,000 births