Eswar Tipirneni, MD, recently joined University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center Adult Primary Care, Hematology and Oncology. The practice provides all aspects of medical oncology care and outpatient infusion services, including chemotherapy, for adults with cancer and blood-related diseases.
Central Vermont Medical Center employees and volunteers donated 140 turkeys to families in need through the Vermont Foodbank and another 40 turkeys to the State of Vermont Agency of Human Services/Department of Children and Families “Adopt-A-Family” program.
The University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center’s new ExpressCare in Waterbury Center is scheduled to open Jan. 4. Located at 76 McNeil Road, off Route 100 near Pete’s Greens Waterbury Farm Market, it offers quick and easy walk-in medical care with no appointment required.
The UVM Health Network – CVMC Board of Trustees elected Mike Dellipriscoli as the new chair during their annual meeting and welcomed new board members Marilyn B. White and Sandy Rousse.
The UVM Health Network – CVMC Auxiliary annual Love Light Tree is now on display in the hospital lobby. People are invited to come by and illuminate a light in honor of a loved one for a donation of $5.
Practicing medicine will soon become a family affair at UVM Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center’s Green Mountain Family Practice as Matthew Sullivan, MD, joins his father Dr. Craig Sullivan in Northfield where he has been a doctor for more than 30 years.
Berlin, VT – The University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center is excited to welcome John Horan, MD, back to Vermont as a urologist in our Berlin practice. A Montpelier High School graduate, Dr. Horan has been practicing medicine in Austin, Texas for the last 24 years.
Starting on October 1, 2015 Dr. Priyanka Singh will be accepting new patients at the UVM Health Network CVMC Women’s Health practice.
A unique exhibition is on view at the UVM Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center Gallery celebrating the life and influence of Padma Sambhava – the 8th century yogi-magician who founded Tibetan Buddhism.
On Friday, August 28, 2015, University of Vermont Health Network-Central Vermont Medical Center’s Vice President of Support Services, Richard Morley, was honored at the Champlain College 2015 Opening Convocation as the 54th Annual Distinguished Citizen, which honors community leaders in Vermont.