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.
Residency and Fellowship Programs
Anesthesiology Residency Program
The primary goal of our Anesthesiology residency program is to guide the trainee in mastering all aspects of perioperative care, preparing physicians for the independent practice of clinical anesthesia. Our graduates have a strong track record of successfully attaining ABA certification and our graduates have consistently found outstanding employment opportunities in a wide range of geographic locations, including academic and private-practice settings. Learn more about the Anesthesiology Residency program.
General Surgery Residency Program
The General Surgery Residency program is six years in length, approved by the Council on Graduate Medical Education of the AMA and the American Board of Surgery. Our program offers three categorical positions during each of the six years. The surgery residency program includes five clinical years and an obligatory research year between the clinical G2 and G3 years. Learn more about the General Surgery Residency Program
Neurosurgery Residency Program
At the University of Vermont/Fletcher Allen Neurosurgery Residency program, we pride ourselves on the one-on-one interaction we offer our residents. Here, we prepare you for a career in general or academic neurosurgery, providing extensive experience and exposure to a variety of surgical experiences, including subspecialties. Our Division of Neurosurgery receives routine and complex referrals from Vermont and upstate New York serving a population base of nearly 1 million people. One neurosurgery residency position is filled each year and we use the ERAS matching service. Learn more about the Neurosurgery Residency program.
Otolaryngology Residency Program
The Residency Program in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Vermont (UVM) began in 1959 and it has grown to include ten faculty members, each with a special area of expertise. Together, we can provide a comprehensive training experience in not only the general management of head and neck disorders, but we also offer training in otology, neurotology, skull-base surgery, head and neck surgery, reconstruction, endoscopic sinus and skullbase surgery, laryngology as well as endocrine surgery. Learn more about the Otolaryngology Residency Progam
Pain Medicine Fellowship Program
The Center for Pain Medicine currently offers three fellowship positions each year, fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). These positions have a 12-month duration and are offered at the PGY-5 level. The fellowship provides experience in the outpatient clinic and the inpatient consult service. The outpatient clinic exposes the fellow to approximately 8,200 patient visits a year while the inpatient service allows the fellow to manage approximately 950 inpatients per year, all under the supervision of a board certified/board- eligible anesthesiologist with added qualification in pain medicine. Learn more about the Pain Medicine Fellowship program.
Urology Residency Program
The Urology Division at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and Fletcher Allen receives complex referrals from the upper two-thirds of Vermont and a generous segment of upstate New York. Although our recently re-established Urology residency program is small, the individual surgical exposure is varied and substantial to prepare for a career in general or academic urology, board certification, and fellowship training. Learn more about the Urology Residency Program.