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CVMC’s Berlin Urology welcomes Fletcher Allen/UVM Urologists

News Release — Central Vermont Medical Center
October 7, 2014

Susan Kruthers
Central Vermont Medical Center

Mike Noble
Fletcher Allen Health Care

Berlin, Vt – Scott Perrapato, DO and Peter Holoch, MD – members of the University of Vermont Medical Group at Fletcher Allen Health Care – have been added to the care team at Berlin Urology, located in Building C on the CVMC campus.

Dr. Perrapato is coordinator of the Genitourinary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic at Fletcher Allen with subspecialty expertise in prostate and bladder cancer, and minimally invasive surgery.

Dr. Holoch is director of urology medical education at the UVM College of Medicine and specializes in male infertility and urethral reconstruction.

“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Perrapato and Dr. Holoch to central Vermont,” said Judy Tartaglia, CVMC president and CEO. “Their expertise in Urology will be a great benefit to our patients.”

Improving access to care is one of the goals of Fletcher Allen Partners, a coordinated system of care of which CVMC is a member.

Practice areas include urinary stones and blockages, urinary and genital infections, male sexual difficulties and infertility, enlarged or painful prostate conditions, male incontinence (leakage of urine), urination problems of all types, vasectomy as a form of permanent sterilization, urologic cancers (prostate, bladder, kidney, and testicle), evaluation and treatment of the urinary symptoms of neurologic diseases.

Both physicians are accepting new patients. Call 802-371-4820 for an appointment.

Central Vermont Medical Center, along with Fletcher Allen Health Care, CVPH Medical Center and Elizabethtown Community Hospital, is a member of Fletcher Allen Partners, established to develop a more coordinated system of care throughout the region. For more information about CVMC and Fletcher Allen partners visit

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