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Breathe new life into your life.

You may travel throughout the entire country without finding an area that is as full of life, opportunity, activity and beauty as Vermont and Northern New York.

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Our region offers clinicians the opportunity to live in a vacationer’s paradise that features:

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miles of hiking trails

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587 miles

of shoreline along the sixth-largest U.S. lake

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world-class ski resorts

As a UVM Health Network clinician, you get to live within a community you’ll love to call home with neighbors and friends that truly appreciate the care you provide. Explore what life is like in our practice areas in Vermont and Northern New York:

Vermont Communities

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Burlington, VT

Situated along the shores of Lake Champlain, the sixth-largest lake in the United States, between the Adirondacks and Green Mountains, you’ll find Burlington, Vermont, one of WalletHub’s “Best Small Cities to Live in America.” This small college city offers all the excitement of a larger metro area in a highly livable community. Here, fine dining, arts and entertainment, amazing activities and events can be found within a mere 10 square miles accessible by public transit, car, foot or bike. What really sets Burlington apart is the abundance of outdoor recreation in and around the city. The shoreline of Lake Champlain offers a 12-mile bike path, three sand beaches, marinas for launching sailboats, hiking trails at Red Rocks Park, and 21 area golf courses in the area. And the winter months offer even more with cross-country skiing, snow kiting or hitting the slopes at Stowe Mountain, Smuggler’s Notch, Mad River Glen or Bolton Valley — all less than an hour from the city.

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Colchester, VT

Located just three miles north of Burlington, Colchester offers all the excitement of the city in a more suburban setting. Here, you’ll be right on the Lake Champlain shore to enjoy all the great year-round recreation, while living in a smaller community that features quiet neighborhoods, excellent public and private schools, and easy access to everything in and around Burlington.

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Berlin, VT

If you’re looking for a quiet pace of life with easy access to cities, then you’ll love Berlin. Centrally located 10 minutes between the capital city of Montpelier and the city of Barre, the small town of Berlin offers suburban living with a more rural feel. Experience the tranquility, quiet pace of life and convenience of being between these historic cities that offer fine dining, entertainment, arts, museums and events for the whole family. Or take a step further into nature with local hiking, biking, fishing, golf and nationally renowned skiing all close by.

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Middlebury, VT

Located just miles from the western border of Vermont and just 30 miles south of Burlington, you’ll find the quintessential Vermont experience in the bustling college town of Middlebury. You’ll feel like you just stepped into a New England tourism magazine as you stroll down a tree-lined main street with local shops, farm-to-table eateries, craft breweries and boutiques. Middlebury College adds a thriving arts scene with museums and galleries, theater, great music performances and lectures from scholars from all over the world. The area’s surrounding mountains, rivers and lakes offer an abundance of recreational activities with nearly limitless biking, hiking, horseback riding, golfing, skiing, fishing and boating.

New York Communities

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Plattsburgh, NY

Situated on the Adirondack Coast of Lake Champlain, the small waterfront city of Plattsburgh offers a community experience that is full of history and activity. There is a distinct local charm to this area that celebrates local artisans, business, agriculture and history. Activity in this city is centered around Lake Champlain with boating, sailing, windsurfing, fishing or just relaxing on one of the beaches. Just to the east, in the Adirondack Mountains, you’ll find abundant opportunities to hike, ski, mountain bike or just take in nature. Plattsburgh may feel more like a large town, but it’s fast becoming a small international destination for tourists and visitors from nearby Montreal who fly into Plattsburgh International Airport. Experience what life on the water is like here in Plattsburgh.

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Malone, NY

Just ten miles south of the Canadian border, nestled amidst the farmlands, forests, lakes and streams, lies the community of Malone, New York. This pastoral community of nearly 15,000 offers residents a sparse suburban feel with affordable homes, low crime and friendly neighbors. Some would describe Malone as stepping into a storybook town with an historic downtown lined with Victorian homes, local eateries, museums and boutiques that leads out through sprawling acres of rural countryside, where you’ll find preserved cottages and farmhouses. The region offers an abundance of outdoor recreation for golfers, hikers, anglers, boaters, snowmobilers, skiers and snowboarders.

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Elizabethtown, NY

Centrally located between Lake Champlain and Lake Placid at the foot of Hurricane Mountain lies the small New York hamlet of Elizabethtown. Here, you’ll find an idyllic rural lifestyle situated amidst the natural beauty of surrounding forests and waterways. If you prefer a more casual pace of life with low cost of living and abundant outdoor recreation, you’ll be right at home in this friendly community.

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