University of Vermont Medical Center Rating
129 reviews
3.1 Rating 3.1
129 reviews

The University of Vermont Medical Center is a Short Term Acute Care located in Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont. The center has an unknown TPS Quality Score. Please use our convenient HIPAA-compliant online process to request your medical records from any US healthcare provider (including the University of Vermont Medical Center). We can help you get your records delivered securely and quickly so that you can access them whenever needed for healthcare or any other purpose.

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Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
  • Short Term Acute Care Rating 3.1
(129 reviews)

Jay Dominy

Never had a great time at a hospital, prob never will and I do understand these persons have established a grand carrier for themselves but when u come in wipe your feet and brush the heinous chip off your shoulder. I understand a certain type of person would be great in surgical service but not these ones. I wanted to go around asking if mommy was close by, brats with unbearable ids and egos that would give the great orange man himself a run for his money......worse and worse everytime

Lou Johnson

This place is run by the lowest of the low. Now they've got a federal lawsuit on their hands that will cost them millions. A million here, a million there, pretty soon you're talking real money!

Meow Meow

It's seems like they simply don't give a damn about patients waiting for hours and hours. Bedside manner is foreign. They would do much better to hire a staff that showed up to work...instead of gossip and talk about their personal life while patients wait for them to actually do their job. I would suggest they leave home life at home and participate in work at work. Unacceptable really!? You will pay hundreds of dollars PER hour just to wait for them to decide to go to work when they're already on the clock!

Joanna Rathbone

I find it quite disturbing that in the surgical waiting area, while awaiting on a family member to have a surgical procedure done, they didn't provide coffee or anything for the families waiting on a loved one. Frankly, it's pathetic, for the amount of money that is charged for ANY procedure, that at the VERY least, coffee and a small snack should be provided. Maybe one day they'll realize how important that would be. Make folks feel that they matter in some fashion, other than draining their wallets or bank accounts. Joanna Rathbone

Kareem Kassel

I left my wallet outside on a picnic table, with a crisp $100 bill in it. An "employee" returned it to security who contacted me. Picked it up from information desk with the $ untouched. I hope those honest folks know how much I appreciate it - you saved me from an incredible headache