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Public health and health care professionals are the face of health care delivery and health systems in Vermont. Find up-to-date advisories, resources, and licensing and regulatory information for health professionals.

Information for You

Meningococcal disease is a serious and potentially life-threatening bacterial infection. It often occurs without warning – even among people who are otherwise healthy.

Norovirus is a highly contagious virus that causes gastrointestinal illness in humans.

Vermont is a universal vaccine state, providing vaccines to enrolled providers at no cost for use with all patients, regardless of insurance status.

Heavy rains can wash contaminants into drinking, recreational, and irrigation waters, potentially leading to human illnesses.

We host two specialty medical clinics – cleft lip/palate and physiatry. There is no cost to attend these clinics, giving families access to a team of providers to support their child’s special needs.  

People in crisis are given preference for admission into treatment. Pregnant injecting drug users have first priority for treatment and are to be seen within 48 hours of their first contact.