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.
For information, call (802) 847-6541 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Vermont Quit Network QIP-G (Quit-in-Person Group) program at Fletcher Allen offers evidence-based tobacco cessation groups that are proven effective to help you lead a tobacco-free lifestyle. Learn more and register online at www.vtquitnetwork.org.
Tobacco Cessation In-Person Group Classes:
Group classes are facilitated by a Fletcher Allen Tobacco Treatment Specialist. Groups offer peer support, free nicotine replacement, and information about other resources on stress management, weight management, and relapse prevention strategies. A tailored and individual quit plan helps you begin a tobacco-free life. Learn more about our Cessation Classes.
Register and join a group or find out how a group can be started at your workplace. Call the Fletcher Allen Tobacco Cessation program at (802) 847-6541 or email email@example.com
To learn about cholesterol and blood pressure screenings that Fletcher Allen offers to the community, please call (802) 847-2278.
- Bi-annual cholesterol screenings (call for dates and times)
- Monthly blood pressure screenings the third Tuesday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon at Community Health Improvement.
Health Assistance Program
Providing assistance in finding ongoing health care at reduced cost or free, financial assistance with prescriptions, medical supplies or equipment, and ongoing support. Find out more about our Health Assistance Program or call (802) 847-6984.
For information about the following programs Fletcher Allen offers seniors in the community, please call (802) 847-1624.
- Falls & Fires Home Modification Program: Home safety assessments and modifications to seniors at no cost.
- Footnoters: Volunteers offer free foot care to seniors and the disabled in a variety of community settings.
- Lifeline: 24-hour, 365 days per year personal response service that enhances security and independence for seniors living at home. Financial assistance may be available for eligible clients. For more information, call toll-free 1-800-LIFELINE.
Pediatric and Parenting Programs
For information about the following programs Fletcher Allen offer children and families in the community, please call (802) 847-2278.
Stress-related illnesses are preventable and treatable. For more information on stress management offerings in the community, please call us at (802) 847-2278 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Ministries at Fletcher Allen strongly supports the collaborative efforts of community groups to make real and tangible differences in the lives of those who are disadvantaged. We continually work with health care providers, faith communities, and volunteers to promote good health and quality of life. Learn more about Health Ministries.