of Medical Practice, Vermont Department of Health
Information on Physcian Assistant licensing
in the state of Vermont.
of Emergency Medicine Physcian Assistants
The Society of Emergency Medicine Physician
Assistants (SEMPA) was founded in 1990 and represents emergency
medicine PAs (EMPAs) in the United States and around the world.
Association of Physician Assistants
The Massachusetts Association of PAs is dedicated
to providing quality leadership to the physician assistant
community of Massachusetts. To this end MAPA will provide Continuing
Medical Education opportunities, job listings, and a legislative
presence. MAPA's membership currently includes over 400 PAs
and PA students from all across Massachusetts.
Allen Health Care - Fletcher Allen Health
Care is a private, publicly supported, non-profit teaching
hospital and physician network, serving more than 850,000
people in the State of Vermont and in northeastern New York
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical
Center - Dartmouth-Hitchcock is one of Northern
New England's most extensive health-care network and a leader
in patient care, research, and education. Our organization
includes Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth Medical
School, a nationally-recognized teaching hospital and medical
Assistant Jobs, Employment & Career Center - Online
job listings for physician assistants.
AAPA - The
American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) is the only
national organization that represents physician assistants
(PAs) in all specialties and all employment settings.
Vermont Recruitment Center - At
the Vermont Recruitment Center our goal is to link Physicians,
Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Certified Nurse
Midwives with the right practice opportunity in the Green Mountain
State. The Recruitment Center tracks provider vacancies throughout
the state so we have the most up-to-date information on practice
opportunities in settings such as community health centers,
rural health clinics and private or hospital-sponsored practices.
Whether you prefer living and working in a quaint small town
in northern Vermont or you are more interested in a larger
more central community in southern Vermont, the Recruitment
Center can help you find a position and community that meet
both your personal and professional needs.
We are a non-profit organization recruiting health professionals
for practices in Vermont. For more about how Vermont Recruitment
Center can be of assistance to you please call Susan Carll,
Recruitment & Retention Coordinator, at (603) 228-2830 Ext. 116 or send an inquiry to: email@example.com.
We look forward to helping you!
Vermont Medical Society - As
a pro-active member organization, VMS represents the interests
of physicians and advocates on their behalf.
Fund - Leave no child behind movement.
Dynasaur Program Information Learn how to insure
children in Vermont's program
Vermont Program for Quality
Healthcare (VPQHC) - We are a private, non-profit
corporation formed in 1988, governed by a board of directors
that includes representatives of consumers, hospitals, insurers,
HMOs, employers, physicians and state government, and funded
by contributions from hospitals, insurers, HMOs and state government.
Vermont Hospital Association - The
VAHHS mission is to provide leadership, advocacy and assistance
to its members -- both organizations and individuals -- in
their efforts to develop integrated health care networks and
Small Pox Home - Home
to up to date information regarding small pox.