Clinical Affiliate Sites
UVM students gain clinical experience at a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings and locations during Clerkship and Advanced Integration levels.
Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Sites
A 12-month Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) will begin in 2017-18 for the Class of 2019. Students will be placed in primary care practices in two UVM affiliates: Hudson Headwaters Health Network, headquartered at Queensbury, New York, and Eastern Maine Health System, headquartered in Bangor Maine.
Vermont Clerkship Sites
The University of Vermont Medical Center, located adjacent to the medical school campus, is a regional resource and referral center for a service area of one million people in Vermont and northeastern New York that logs more than one million patient visits each year. The University of Vermont Medical Center comprises of a tertiary-level referral medical center hospital, a large multi-specialty outpatient clinic, and 22 satellite facilities including primary care locations. Clerkship rotations include Surgery, Inpatient Medicine, Ambulatory Medicine, Family Medicine, Neurology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Ob-Gyn.
Medical students experience the range of The University of Vermont Medical Center capabilities, including state-of-the-art cardiology, radiology, and kidney and whole pancreas transplant programs, MRI and Computed Tomographic (CT) services. Facilities also include neonatal and pediatric intensive care units, adult and pediatric Level 1 trauma service.
The University of Vermont Children's Hospital at The University of Vermont Medical Center was established in 2002 as a full-service pediatric hospital-within-a-hospital. It includes all areas at The University of Vermont Medical Center where children are treated -- from the maternity unit to the Emergency Department, from our Children's Specialty Center to our pediatric primary care clinics.
Vermont Children's Hospital is the result of a very special partnership among The University of Vermont Medical Center, the Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont and the people of Vermont and northern New York.
Connecticut Clerkship Site: Western Connecticut Health Network
Danbury Hospital is a 371-bed regional medical center and university teaching hospital located in Danbury, CT. Danbury provides centers of excellence in cardiovascular services, cancer, weight loss surgery, orthopedic and spine care, digestive disorders and radiology.Clerkship rotations include Surgery, Inpatient Medicine, Ambulatory Medicine, Family Medicine, Neurology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Ob-Gyn. Housing is provided.
Norwalk Hospital is a 328-bed, not-for-profit, acute care community teaching hospital that serves a population of 250,000 in lower Fairfield County, Connecticut. Norwalk has more than 500 physicians on active medical staff, many of whom trained at the nation's leading medical schools and hospitals, and 2,000 dedicated health professionals and support personnel. The hospital has a wide range of clinical programs anchored by six signature services: Cancer, Cardiovascular, Digestive Diseases, Emergency Care, Orthopedics/Neurospine, and Women's and Children's Services.
Maine Clerkship Site
Eastern Maine Medical Center, located in Bangor, serves communities throughout central, eastern, and northern Maine. Under community direction, it has grown from a five-bed general hospital into a comprehensive, 411-bed medical center. The medical center and its medical staff of more than 300 physicians provide three-quarters of the primary-care hospital services offered in the Bangor area, as well as specialty and intensive services to the northern two-thirds of the state.
Florida Clerkship Site
St. Mary's Medical Center, located in West Palm Beach Florida, offers a broad spectrum of outstanding medical care, including an acclaimed pediatric program and services at their Children's Hospital. Other quality services include trauma, stroke, orthopedics and obstetrics. Clerkship rotations include Pediatrics, Ob-Gyn. Housing is provided.