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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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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.

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News & Updates

Two Franklin County students were recently presented with scholarships towards their health-related degree programs as part of the Northwestern Medical Center Health Professions Scholarship Program Benefit Dinner, at the Tyler Place Resort on May 20, 2015.

You may have noticed an increase in traffic on NMC’s campus this morning. We experienced the break of a natural gas line during construction on Crest Road that required temporarily shutting off gas to one of the Doctors Office Commons buildings. Thanks to quick response from both Vermont Gas and the St. Albans Town Fire Department, the issue was resolved and the gas line repaired shortly after noon. At this time, final measures are underway to restore full service to all offices. We appreciate the patience of the community as we continue the work on Crest Road which will improve parking and safety on campus.

St. Albans resident Helene Biggie was awarded this year’s NMC Community Service award at an Incorporator’s meeting at the hospital, Monday May 11.

On May 12, NMC will host a free community screening of an excerpt from the documentary: Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies followed by a panel discussion on the disease and its effects on our community.

The screening starts at 5:30 at the new State Office Building on Federal Street in St. Albans and is supported by the hospital’s Cancer Committee, which encourages a supportive care system for cancer patients.

Work is scheduled to begin this week on NMC’s project to relocate Crest Road which provides access to the hospital, Doctor’s Office Commons, and Cobblestone Health Commons. This project will provide greater access to parking in close proximity to the main entrance to the hospital, increase parking, improve pedestrian and traffic safety throughout campus, and improve the overall look and feel of the campus through lighting upgrades and landscaping.