Areas of Focus

Central Vermont Medical Center offers nursing careers across a wide spectrum of disciplines.


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At Central Vermont Medical Center, we provide a wide range of nursing experiences.

Hospital Nursing

The Division of Nursing at CVMC's hospital consists of the following departments:

  • Ambulatory Care (includes endoscopy and IV therapy)
  • Cardiac Rehab
  • Emergency Department
  • Inpatient Psychiatry
  • Intensive Care
  • Med Surgical Unit
  • Nurse Resources
  • Surgical Services
  • Women and Children's (includes the Birthing Center)

Long-Term Care/Skilled Nursing 

Woodridge Rehabilitation & Nursing is known for excellence in nursing, from standard services to highly skilled care, such as palliative care, advanced wound treatment and pain management. Woodridge has three different units:

  • Evergreen - Acute Rehab
  • Spruce - Long term residents.
  • Maple Grove - Residents with cognitive issues are located in our memory care unit.

"Every day, I am able to do something I love. Providing compassionate care for our seniors is one of the highest honors." ~ CANDACE ROGERS, LPN, Woodridge Rehabilitation & Nursing

Practice Nursing

CVMC owns and operates over 20 primary care and specialty care practices throughout the central Vermont region.

Our participation and recognition as Patient Centered Medical Homes with the NCQA for ALL of our primary care locations, including Pediatrics, brings with it a support team of panel coordinators and health coaches whose goal is to remove barriers to care.

In addition, our specialty practices complement our primary care services to further meet the medical needs of these communities. It is this collection, along with a combined medical record and shared EMR, that enables CVMC’s Medical Group to provide an enhanced coordination and continuity of care.

Express Care

Primary Care and Family Medicine

Our Specialty Care Practices

“The most important thing for me is that nurses are able to practice at the top of their skill and knowledge, and they have a real voice in the decision making regarding how that practice is done. We have a very robust shared governance program that's been in place for several years now, and just continues to get stronger as it evolves.”

Matthew Choate, Chief Nursing Officer

The University of Vermont Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, terminate, discipline, transfer, recruit, advertise, compensate, and select for training will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of individual’s sex, gender identity or expression, ancestry, place of birth, HIV status, marital status, age, language, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status or obligation for service in the armed forces, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO is the law.