UVM Larner College of Medicine students gain clinical experience at a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings and locations.
Students based at the Vermont Campus will enter a clinical lottery for the discipline specific rotations or may choose to apply for the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship. The Vermont Campus locations range from college-towns to rural both in Vermont and New York to West Palm Beach’s ethnically diverse patient population. Clinical sites:
The University of Vermont Health Network serves Vermont and northern New York through six hospital locations: The University of Vermont Medical Center, Alice Hyde Medical Center, Central Vermont Medical Center, Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital, Elizabethtown Community Hospital and Porter Medical Center,
The University of Vermont Medical Center is a regional resource and referral center for 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.
Traditional clerkship rotations include Surgery, Inpatient Medicine, Ambulatory Medicine, Family Medicine, Neurology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Ob-Gyn. Note: Central Vermont Medical Center is a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship site (see Vermont Campus Opportunity for more information).
St. Mary's Medical Center, located in West Palm Beach Florida, is a 464-bed hospital with 2,400 employees and physicians, and 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 and Ob-Gyn. Housing is provided.