Providers Believe That Health Care is a Right For Every Human

These are uncertain and troubling times. Here at the University of Vermont Health Network, we have seen the resulting anxiety reflected in the faces and words of the people we encounter every day. While we can’t change the world, we can welcome everyone who comes through our doors with respect, curiosity and understanding. We are […]

November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. Dr. Bob Gramling is division chief of palliative medicine at the UVM Medical Center. In this interview, he discusses the role palliative care plays. He also talks about the importance of making sure a patient’s and family’s concerns and wishes are heard. Listen to the interview at […]

Today, like every day, more than 3,400 people will lose their lives on the world’s roads. Many of them are young men and women at the start of their adult lives. Almost half of all road traffic deaths are among pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists. The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) is […]

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Month. Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects five million Americans. It damages the brain while causing a steady loss of memory, speech impairment, and interference with daily activities. During November, the Alzheimer’s Association recognizes the more than 15 million people in America providing unpaid […]

Dr. Harold Dauerman, interventional cardiologist and director of cardiovascular services at the UVM Medical Center, tells us about two new and different approaches to cardiology patients – MitraClip and TAVR – that have been saving lives and the continued research we continue to do surrounding these techniques. Listen to the radio interview below, or read […]