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2013 highlights of the year When I look back at our accomplishments in 2013, I am proud of the work that our more than 7,000 employees do every day. With dedication, skill and the generous support of

in service to the Patient Left Lise S. Kowalski, MD, Family Medicine physician, Fletcher Allen, and assistant professor, University of Vermont College of Medicine. Right top Marie Bona Sandoval, MD,

infection PRevention Central lineassociated bloodstream infections result in thousands of deaths each year, yet these infections are preventable. Reducing central line infections has been a key focus

new icu waiting Room oPens A new Intensive Care Unit waiting room opened in 2013. It creates a warm and friendly environment with comfortable furniture and contemporary artwork so families can feel at

in service to the community Dennis Beatty, MD, Internal Medicine physician, Fletcher Allen, and assistant professor, University of Vermont College of Medicine. builDing an integRateD DeliveRy system

sustainabilit y onecaRe veRmont Seniors in Vermont already have access to some of the highest quality health care in the U.S. Now Fletcher Allen has brought together doctors and hospitals from all ov

facilities management anD efficiency veRmont team uP to imPRove eneRgy efficiency Fletcher Allen is working on a plan to make the Fanny Allen Campus more energy efficient. Following a retrocommissioni

gRateful Patient HonoRs DR. fRank ittleman witH 1 million gift A former patient of cardiothoracic surgeon Frank Ittleman, MD, donated 1 million to Fletcher Allen to establish The Frank P. Ittleman Pro

Fletcher Allens Community Benefit Fund supports the Visiting Nurse Associations Grand Way Adult Day in South Burlington, which specializes in caring for people with dementia. communit y benefit fletc

in service to medicine Left Kim Dittus, MD, PhD, hematologistoncologist, Fletcher Allen, and assistant professor, University of Vermont College of Medicine, works with a patient as part of Steps to W

caRDioResPiRatoRy fitness sHown to ReDuce canceR Risk Susan Lakoski, MD, HematologyOncology physician, Fletcher Allen, and assistant professor, University of Vermont College of Medicine, was the lead

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