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Welcome to Northwestern

Northwestern Medical Center is a vibrant, not-for-profit, primary care hospital. We are nestled at the top of Fairfield Street in St. Albans, Vermont with satellites and provider practices elsewhere in Franklin County. Our size brings a family feel to our organization, and we pride ourselves on bringing a broad range of high-tech medical equipment & services to our region. Thanks to that balance and the incredible care provided by our staff we have earned national Avatar awards in six consecutive years for overall patient satisfaction! Learn more about Northwestern.

 

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What's Happening in Health Care?

Jill BowenTo help keep our community updated and informed, CEO Jill Berry Bowen has a weekly column in the St. Albans Messenger where she answers questions relating to health care. We post them here for online sharing and so you can browse through to see any you may have missed in the newspaper.

This week's question: "Is Healthy Beginnings Another Improvement in Local Prenatal Care?"  Click here for Jill's answer.

To suggest a question for Jill to answer, email your idea to: ideas@nmcinc.org.

 

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News & Updates

Representatives of the Run for Jim recently presented Northwestern Medical Center with the proceeds from their 2014 walk/run event, totaling $8,000. Pictured left to right are Christina Latson, Social Worker; Jill Berry Bowen, NMC CEO; Shari Bashaw and Bill O’Connor.

The Vermont Lake Monsters and NMC’s newest practice, Northwestern Urgent Care, are teaming up to give nine kids a once-in-a- lifetime experience through a new community program called  the "Little Lake Monsters" Community All-Star Team. 

“This innovative new program supports NMC’s core values of health and wellness,” says Jonathan Billings, NMC’s Vice President of Planning and Community Relations. Vermont kids ages 5 to 12 can apply to become a Lake Monster for a day – submitting answers to questions focused on healthy lifestyles, community service and sportsmanship.

Quorum Health Resources (QHR) announced the winners of the 2014 Excellence in Leadership awards at its Annual Leadership Conference on June 4 in Nashville, Tenn.  Northwestern Medical Center (NMC) received two of the top honors.  NMC earned the award for Best Overall Performance among hospitals their size and CEO Jill Berry Bowen earned the QHR CEO of the Year award.

Philanthropy in healthcare has proven to be a powerful way for individuals, families, and businesses to make meaningful contributions towards the health of their community. It helps accelerate improvements to access, prevention, quality, and innovation faster than revenues alone can support. In doing so, philanthropy provides an opportunity to honor a loved one, express gratitude to a provider, or cement a legacy of involvement and caring.

To move this important work forward, Jeff Moreau has been hired to fill the newly-created role of Director of Development at Northwestern Medical Center.

Burton Island Bistro at Burton Island State Park, located a 15 minute ferry ride from Kill Kare State Park in St. Albans Bay, is a model Healthy Retailer! They are ready to kick off their 2014 summer season having made a few small changes that will make them a leader at offering a balance of healthy foods, minimizing alcohol promotions, especially to young children, and never selling tobacco products.