This category is for sites offering statewide information regarding doctors, care providers, hospitals, dentists, optical, chiropractors, mental health, alternative medicine, nutrition, fitness, pharmacies, conditions and diseases, consultants, emergency services, local health employment, and health-related associations and professional groups.
Grants, programs, and prevention and treatment resources.
Information on the state's first comprehensive breast and cervical cancer screening system, which removes the financial barriers which have prevented many women from being screened, by offering free lifesaving cancer screening to women ages 40-64 with limited income.
Responsible for the management of Vermont's publicly funded health insurance programs.
Non-surgical treatment of urinary incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction plus comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation. Offices in South Burlington and Plainfield.
Non-profit organization guided by a board of directors representing Bennington, Rutland, Windham, and Windsor counties. Provides partnerships and programs to develop the rural healthcare workforce.
Documents, objectives, and online resources.
Provides listings of alcohol and drug treatment programs throughout the state.
Member-owned organization focused on the improving the health status of communities throughout the state. Provides listing of hospitals, legislative reports and newsletters and contact details.
The state's lead agency for public health policy and advocacy. Includes information on programs, publications, health officers and laws.
A non-profit organization providing education for individuals, care givers, volunteers, policy makers and communities about ethical issues in health care. Includes advance care forms, Vermont statutes and programs.
A grassroots organization, with information, and resources advocating the implementation of a universal, single payer, health care system in the State.
Dedicated towards mercury education and reduction. Mercury facts, Vermont statutes and regulations, information for the proper disposal of mercury, and mercury advisory committee.
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