University of Vermont Department of Pediatrics

Address: 89 Beaumont Avenue, S-253 Given Courtyard
Burlington, VT 05405-0068
Phone: (802) 656-2296 Fax: (802) 6562077 Website:

 The Department of Pediatrics has links with some outstanding institutions and programs: Vermont Children's Hospital at Fletcher Allen Health Care, our state's teaching hospital, affiliated with the University of Vermont College of Medicine, Maine Medical Center Department of Pediatrics in Portland, Maine works in conjunction with the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Vermont to help train medical students for the future. The newly built Health Science Research Facility is a state of the art research center providing lab and office space for research faculty and staff. The Dana Medical Library, where students and faculty spend time researching and studying to become great health care providers and maintain their already outstanding knowledge base.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality pediatric care possible while maximizing our educational and research efforts in ways that will make a difference for the children and families we serve. We do this by forming unique and effective partnerships and programs with individuals and communities throughout Vermont, upstate New York, as well as in other parts of our country and the world — all focused on improving outcomes in child health. The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Vermont College of Medicine plays an important role in ongoing newborn and pediatric research.  Our alliance with Vermont Children's Hospital at Fletcher Allen Health Care ensures that patients benefit from the breakthrough discoveries of a wide range of scientific research and clinical trials.  The medical research that physicians at the College of Medicine are engaged in helps fulfill our community mission by making a difference in the lives of people we serve throughout the region. Research efforts in our Department currently range from molecular genetics to clinical outcomes-based research involving pediatric offices and neonatal intensive care units across the state, the country and around the world.

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