The state’s largest hospital system has applied for a certificate of need for a system that would serve four hospitals and all its doctors offices.
University of Vermont Medical Center
The state saw 627 adult involuntary admissions and 388 voluntary admissions involving children during fiscal year 2016.
News Release — UVM Medical Center October 30, 2016 Contact: Michael Carrese (802) 847-2886 Highlights § 6th year in a row for top 20 ranking § Top tier includes Mayo Clinic, other elite hospitals § Low readmission rates highlighted BURLINGTON, VT – For the 6th consecutive year, The University of Vermont Medical Center is being […]
Pathways Vermont receives Innovations and Collaborations Grant from the Vermont Community Foundation
News Release — Pathways Vermont Oct. 27, 2016 Contact: Patrick Gallagher Community Relations Manager Pathways Vermont, Inc. 802-558-8943 [email protected] Pathways Vermont receives Innovations and Collaborations Grant from the Vermont Community Foundation to support the Pathways Vermont Support Line’s efforts to connect with discharged patients coming from a stay at the University of Vermont Medical Center. […]
News Release — New England Federal Credit Union October 3, 2016 Contact: Michael Carrese (802) 847-2886 CORRECTED Funding Will Support Patient-Centered Care in Private Rooms BURLINGTON (VT) – New England Federal Credit Union is donating $100,000 toward completion of the Robert E. and Holly D. Miller Building at the University of Vermont Medical Center, which […]
The partnership marks the biggest alliance of primary care providers in Chittenden County, serving at least 75,000 patients.
News Release — UVM Children’s Hospital March 10, 2015 Contact: Michael Carrese (802) 847-2886 Highlights § Largest fundraiser of the year for UVM Children’s Hospital § Thousands of volunteers throughout the region participate § Funds used to purchase special equipment and support Child Life program Burlington, VT – The annual “Big Change Roundup for Kids” […]
The University of Vermont Medical Center was one of two recipients of a humanitarian award from the Patient Safety Movement Foundation for making significant strides to reduce and eliminate preventable patient harm.
The University of Vermont Medical Center has been named a 2014 Guardian of Excellence Award winner by Press Ganey Associates, Inc., for receiving high satisfaction ratings from patients receiving inpatient rehabilitation treatment.
Patricia Donehower, R.N., MSN, and Virginia Hood, MB.BS, MPH, were appointed to The University of Vermont Medical Center Board of Trustees following approval by The University of Vermont Health Care Network Board of Trustees earlier this week.
Officials now hope the new $31 million public health facility will open in February or March.
The University of Vermont Medical Center is again being counted as a top performer among leading academic medical centers in the 2014 University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) Quality and Accountability Study, nationally recognized as the most important analysis of its kind. UHC is an alliance of nearly all of the academic medical centers in the United States.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), and the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) have chosen The University of Vermont Medical Center to receive the 2014 “Partnership in Prevention Award” for achieving sustainable improvements in eliminating healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). It is the only healthcare organization in the nation to receive the award.
Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington and its parent organization, Fletcher Allen Partners, will become the University of Vermont Medical Center and the University of Vermont Health Network.