Central Vermont Medical Center is the primary health care provider for 66,000 people who live and work in the 26 communities of central Vermont. We provide 24-hour emergency care, with a full spectrum of inpatient (licensed for 122 beds) and outpatient services. Our professional staff includes over 200 physicians and 70 advanced practice providers representing 25 medical specialties.
Care is not only provided at the hospital, but also at CVMC’s 23 community-based medical group clinics and local physician practices, including two ExpressCare facilities that are open 7 days a week, and at CVMC's Woodridge Rehabilitation and Nursing, a 153-bed long-term and short-term facility.
We employ over 1,700 full and part-time employees (employment opportunities may be checked here). We also depend on hundreds of volunteers and financial contributors who help carry out our mission. Click here to see how you can help.
Central Vermont Medical Center is a participant in OneCareVermont, a state-wide accountable care organization (ACO). For more information about OneCareVermont, visit their website at www.onecarevt.org.
Our Mission and Vision
Mission: We work collaboratively to meet the needs and improve the health of the residents of central Vermont.
Vision: Working together, we improve people's lives
CVMC’s Senior Management Team is responsible for the day to day management of staff and services to meet the health care needs of the central Vermont community.
Learn more about our Leadership team.
The CVMC Board of Trustees is made up of community members who are nominated and elected to set direction for the organization, making sure that it runs in a financially and ethically responsible way with the focus always on continuous improvement to achieve high quality compassionate health care services for our community.
Learn more about our Board of Trustees.
Integrity and Compliance
The Compliance Team is here to help Central Vermont Medical Center abide by the many business ethics and legal standards that apply to health care providers. In short, the Integrity and Compliance program is all about doing the right thing.
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Central Vermont Medical Center is committed to treating all patients, family members, visitors, employees, staff and potential employees or staff, in a non-discriminatory manner.
Learn more about our non-discrimination policy.
Awards and Recognition
Central Vermont Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
We have also been the recipeint of numerous awards, recognition and accreditations by other organizations over the years.
Learn more about our Awards and Recognition
Central Vermont Medical Center was formed in 1963 when Montpelier's Heaton Hospital, founded in 1895, and Barre City Hospital, founded in 1907, merged.
Learn more about our History.
University of Vermont Health Network
The University of Vermont Health Network is a 4-hospital system employing more than 1,000 physicians and more than 2,000 nurses and countless other health care professionals. Together,we are improving the lives of our patients by delivering outstanding care cost-effectively and bringing the best of academic medicine and community care.
Learn more about the University of Vermont Health Network.
As the hub of the wheel for regional health care delivery, Central Vermont Medical Center works closely with other groups based in and around the region to provide a full array of health services to central Vermonters.
Learn more about our Community Partners