Central Vermont Medical Center

Careers at Central Vermont Medical Center (part of The University of Vermont Health Network)


Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) is the primary health care provider for 66,000 people who live and work in Central Vermont. We provide 24-hour emergency care with a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services at our hospital and 27 community-based medical group clinics. Our main campus in Berlin also includes Woodridge Rehabilitation and Nursing, a 153-bed skilled nursing facility that provides both long-term and short-term care.

Fast Facts




Serves 69,000+ people in our region in 24 cities and towns


122 licensed hospital beds and 153 skilled nursing beds


Medical practices


175 physicians and 70 advanced practice providers


Patient care encounters at our hospital and clinics, including 25,000+ emergency room visits.

Click here (link opens PDF in a new window) to view our full fact sheet.

We are the largest employer in Central Vermont, with over 1,700 full- and part-time staff.

Together, with our network partners, we are investing in our community to keep care local and support jobs that keep our friends and families healthy. We invest in our people and their professional growth. Our team culture is unlike what you’ll find at other hospitals. CVMC is small enough that you know your coworkers but big enough to make you feel that your work matters.

Career Pathways Program

Ready to further your education?

At CVMC, you can join our team at any level of experience. If you're looking to start or further your career in health care, we offer the educational opportunities below on a periodic basis.

Medical Assistant (MA) Pathway Program

Our MA Pathway Program allows participants to develop the skills you’ll need to support one of our primary or specialty care practices.

Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) Pathway Program

Our LNA Pathway Program allows participants to earn a full-time salary while studying to complete the course and receive licensure through the State of Vermont.

Registered Nurse (RN) Pathway Program

Through our partnership with Vermont State University, our RN Pathway Program allows full-time CVMC LPN employees to continue earning a salary while studying to complete their Associate of Science in Nursing degree, leading to eligibility for RN licensure.

BSN Program

Full-time RN employees of CVMC can take advantage of this program to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.


Please contact: Megan Foster, Workforce Development Coordinator – Megan.Foster@cvmc.org (link opens in a new window)

About the Area

Berlin, VT, located centrally in Vermont, is just minutes from the capital city, Montpelier. Our historical downtown areas feature a wonderful and unique assortment of local shopping opportunities, not to mention the many farmers’ markets, pick-your-own-fields and community supported agriculture programs (CSAs).

Within a state that boasts 52 state parks, 800 lakes and over 7,000 miles of rivers and streams, you’ll find an abundance of opportunities for hiking, skiing, camping, fishing, sailing, swimming and more.

If you’re planning to relocate with your family in tow, Vermont is known for its high-quality public education and its well-established private schools. And whether you’ve always envisioned living in an old farmhouse or a historic Victorian, or building your dream house with your family, Vermont has plenty of real estate opportunities.

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