Twenty-five primary care practices in Vermont, including three CVMC practices, have been recognized by the Vermont Department of Health for high child and/or teen immunization rates in 2017
The University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC), in partnership with Efficiency Vermont, Liebert Engineering, Inc. and Control Technologies Inc., will unveil an interactive energy kiosk that graphically displays CVMC’s energy usage and costs in a real-time dashboard.
The paintings in this exhibit come from artists who have an abiding love of nature and all its complexities. Painting in their own artistic style, each artist chose one or more species listed as endangered or threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and other wildlife watch groups.
The Vermont Foodbank’s VeggieVanGo, a mobile food pantry, will deliver its healthy groceries to CVMC for community members experiencing food insecurity on Jan. 16, Feb. 23, March 23, April 27, May 25 and June 22.
Still Time, a collection of Fine Easel Paintings by Margaret Sparrow that explores the beauty of still lifes and every day objects, is on display at the CVMC Lobby Gallery through January 2018.
Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) is offering in-person assistance to community members enrolling in Vermont Health Connect, the state’s health insurance marketplace between Nov. 1 to Dec. 15.
As I Pass By is a collection of pastel paintings by Wendy Soliday that capture “drive-by “ moments – a flicker of light through the woods, a glimpse of beauty in the rear view mirror, a temporary reflection on the water – that beckon and compel Soliday to stop and paint.
Ray Brown’s paintings, now on display at the CVMC Art Gallery, are his “reaction to places in the real world.” For many years he beautifully captured “in the style of Corot” the iconic Vermont landscape – its barns and rolling hills – with much acclaim.
Mark R. Depman, MD, Emergency Medicine Physician at UVM Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center, offers his views on the opportunity before us in Vermont to improve the health and lives of Vermonters by transforming our health care system.
On the first Wednesday of the month, a lively group of volunteer knitters gathers at Central Vermont Medical Center to knit together, share patterns and ideas, and be reminded of the reason they do what they do.