Fletcher Allen, a Vermont university hospital and medical center, serves all of
Vermont and the northern New York region. Located in Burlington, Fletcher Allen is a regional, academic healthcare center and teaching hospital in alliance with the University of Vermont.
Fletcher Allen nurses make a difference in the lives of patients
Join the Fletcher Allen team
As a regional referral center for approximately 1 million people in Vermont and northern New York we:
- work with technology, while collaborating and educating
- are supported in a flexible, quality setting
- take advantage of lifelong learning opportunities
Technology and Collaboration in a Vermont setting
Our alliance with the University of Vermont (College of Medicine and College of Nursing and Health Sciences) enables our nurses to work with the latest innovations in medicine and health care, share new knowledge about disease and wellness, and participate in educating the next generation of health care professionals and scientists.
Professional growth opportunities cover every major area of medicine including:
- Level I Trauma Center
- Vermont’s Children’s Hospital
- Vermont Cancer Center
- Vermont’s only Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Comprehensive cardiovascular services and stroke care treatment.
Living and working in Vermont
Life in Vermont is equated with values grounded in a warm, hometown neighborliness. As we work to provide patients and families with seamless and compassionate care, we’re also fostering a friendly, award-winning collegial work environment.
Visit our rooftop garden and enjoy a break with a freshly prepared meal made with mostly local ingredients. Fletcher Allen Health Care is recognized as one of the “greenest” hospitals in the country by Practice Greenhealth, and for sustainable food and advocacy efforts by Health Care Without Harm.
Support, Flexibility, Quality...and Connected
- Mentoring - woven into your nursing career.
- Work location flexibility - inpatient and outpatient settings, or regional site locations.
- Quality and patient safety - top priorities. The contribution our nurses make to patient care is critical. Our efforts are reinforced by the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI), a nursing-sensitive quality indicator tool.
We are among the top 3.5 percent of U.S. hospitals with a fully-integrated electronic health care record; making the US News & World Report 2011 “Most Connected” list.
Lifelong Learning Opportunities in Nursing
Nursing professional development and education programs include nursing grand rounds, critical care internship program, perioperative nursing course and graduate nurse internship.
Join an experienced staff of over 1,700 registered nurses and work with a team of physicians and specialties that have been recognized by US News & World Report as being best in Vermont and northern New York.
Learn More about Nursing at Fletcher Allen
Meet Fletcher Allen employee, Anne Ireland, in a Q & A about her career in nursing.