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Patient Care & Clinical Services

Providing cutting edge care to patients in an environment of trust.

As an academic division of the Department of Medicine, we support teaching faculty and provide research facilities along with our teaching partner The University of Vermont Medical Center.

Our clinical practice takes place at the University of Vermont Cancer Center outpatient clinics at The UVM Medical Center. Our disease-specific multidisciplinary clinics provide a collaborative approach to planning and ongoing care throughout cancer treatment.

We offer many additional services including* genetics counseling, a hemophiliac clinic, and a medically based oncology rehabilitation program, Steps to Wellness. Cost-free counseling, support groups, nutritional support and help for patients who are in financial crisis is provided by the Cancer Patient Support Program. Our priority is to give each patient, and their family, care and support.

* Please visit the links to the right for more services & information


Visit The Vermont Regional Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) is the only federally funded HTC in Vermont and serves both Vermont and upstate New York patients.  It specializes in the treatment of all inherited and acquired bleeding disorders, including Hemophilia,  von Willebrand Disease, platelet function disorders, and fibrinolytic disorders.  Our mission is to provide high quality comprehensive care through treatment, education, and research to this rural population with the goal of empowering and improving the lives of those with a bleeding disorder.

The University of Vermont Cancer Center is a not-for-profit comprehensive clinical and research cancer center that is committed to innovative cancer research, life-saving prevention and treatment programs, public education and scientific collaboration. Cancer care is provided through the patient care areas at The University of Vermont Medical Center.

Hematology/Oncology Clinical Location

University of Vermont Health Network - Medical Group/The University of Vermont Medical Center 
Hematology/Oncology Outpatient Clinic
Medical Center Campus - ACC-EP2
111 Colchester Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401
802-540-4673 (HOPE)



Associate Professor of Medicine Kim Dittus, M.D., Ph.D., (pictured with Perelman Professor of Cancer Research, Chair of Biochemistry, and UVM Cancer Center Director Gary Stein, Ph.D.) was honored for her efforts to help establish and sustain the Steps to Wellness program—which has served more than 1,000 Vermont cancer survivors to date—with a 2019 Vermonters Taking Action Against Cancer (VTAAC) Impact Award. She received the award at Vermont's 13th Annual Cancer Summit on September 20 in Montpelier

Participants from the Larner College of Medicine, UVM Medical Center, and UVM Health Network turned out in force for Vermont's first-ever American Heart Association CycleNation fundraising event, which took place on the Burlington waterfront on August 15. Two teams–"Clotbusters!" captained by Professor of Medicine Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc., (right) and "FloRiders," featuring top individual fundraiser Assistant Professor of Medicine Farrah Khan, M.D. (left)–were the top two fundraising teams, respectively. All combined, the UVM contingency raised a total of almost $8,000. UVMCHART/Dragonboat