Illuminating Wonder, an art exhibit by Susan Bull Riley currently on display at CVMC's Art Gallery, features work that pushes past the watercolor’s traditional boundaries of pure transparency to create large landscapes with heightened surface complexity more typical of oil painting.
Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) made a $15,000 donation to Fuel Your Neighbors, a campaign by Capstone Community Action to provide emergency food and heating assistance to households in need.
The UVM Health Network is pleased to announce board member and Montpelier resident Mike Dellipriscoli has joined the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Council for Small or Rural Hospitals.
Abstract Vermont, paintings, drawings and collage by Axel Stohlberg, features art that moves between the lines of recognizable and abstract images.
Theresa Lever was named 2018 Auxilian of the Year by the Central Vermont Medical Center Auxiliary in recognition of her continued work in supporting cancer patients.
Gov. Phil Scott, Health Commissioner Mark Levine, M.D., and Michael Feulner presented The University of Vermont Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) with the Michael Feulner Award on Oct. 22.
Peaceable Kingdom by artist Anne Davis is recent work that combines her love of painting cats and dogs, and (sometimes) people, and capturing how they move through daily life.
Looking for Light, an art exhibit by Molly Hawley currently on display at CVMC's Art Gallery, features paintings that capture the way light falls in nature and how colors vibrate and play against each other.
For the second year running, The University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) has been named one of the nation’s Top 20 Rural & Community Hospitals by the National Rural Health Association (NRHA).
The University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) announces the appointment of Allen Yearick, MHA, LNHA, as permanent administrator and vice president of Aging Services at Woodridge Rehabilitation and Nursing, a certified 153-bed facility.