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SOUTHERN VERMONT AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER

Since 1996, the VT AHEC Network has engaged academic and community partners to improve the distribution, diversity,supply and quality of the health workforce in Vermont, especially in rural and under-served communities. Southern Vermont AHEC (SVTAHEC) is one of two independent not-for-profit regional AHEC centers in Vermont.

The Vermont AHEC Network, with state, federal, and community support, strengthens the primary care workforce by:

  • Providing health career exploration programs for students throughout Vermont.
  • Supporting the engagement of health professions students in community experiences to encourage future practice in Vermont.
  • Reducing the debt of primary care practitioners in Vermont in exchange for service commitments through programs administered by the UVM Larner College of Medicine.
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FREE virtual training on SBIRT skills (Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment) for EMS personnel from Vermont Center for Health and Learning. Continuing education credits available. See flyer below for more information and where to register. Please share with all Emergency Medicine Professionals.

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Southwestern Vermont Medical Center Regional Ambulance Service, Inc. Brattleboro Police Department City of Rutland Fire Department Bennington Fire & Rescue
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FREE virtual training on SBIRT skills (Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment) for EMS personnel from Vermont Center for Health and Learning. Continuing education credits available. See flyer below for more information and where to register. Please share with all Emergency Medicine Professionals. 

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Southwestern Vermont Medical Center Regional Ambulance Service, Inc. Brattleboro Police Department City of Rutland Fire Department  Bennington Fire & Rescue

January is National Blood Donor Month. How can you observe it?
1) DONATE now and again in 8 weeks.
2) INSPIRE others to donate.
3) LEARN AND REMEMBER YOUR BLOOD TYPE. O negative donors are "universal donors" and AB positive donors are "universal recipients".

For more information on how you can help save a life visit www.redcross.org/local/me-nh-vt.html

American Red Cross of Northern New England
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January is National Blood Donor Month. How can you observe it?
1) DONATE now and again in 8 weeks.
2) INSPIRE others to donate.
3) LEARN AND REMEMBER YOUR BLOOD TYPE. O negative donors are universal donors and AB positive donors are universal recipients.

For more information on how you can help save a life visit https://www.redcross.org/local/me-nh-vt.html

American Red Cross of Northern New England
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The staff at Southern Vermont AHEC wish all of you a happy, healthy, and safe holiday season. ... See MoreSee Less

The staff at Southern Vermont AHEC wish all of you a happy, healthy, and safe holiday season.

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