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Clinical Rotations

Third year students at the The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont can get an opportunity to explore Vermont rural health through a clinical rotation in Bennington, Rutland, Windham and Windsor Counties.  Learn first hand how a primary care practitioner plays a key role in rural health! Support is provided to University of Vermont Primary Care, Nursing and Social Work Students

Southern Vermont AHEC finds housing for UVM medical students on rotations, and can provide resources and information about the community.  Two to five week Clinical rotations in the disciplines of Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics can take place in communities around the State.

Why do a rural rotation and what can you expect?

  • A pleasant stay in the home of a local resident
  • An introduction to the beauty and sights of Southern Vermont
  • To learn about the medical needs of mostly under-served areas
  • Participate in community health experiences.