Vermont Health Connect is a marketplace where individuals, families and small businesses in Vermont can compare public and private health plans and select one that fits their needs and budget.
The Frymoyer Center at UVM is a patient education library. They provide health information services to patients and members of the public. All of their services are free. The center has computers for public use to access health information on the Internet. They are located on the 3rd level of the Main Pavilion in the Ambulatory Care Center at Fletcher Allen, 111 Colchester Avenue in Burlington.
If you are unable to get to their library they welcome phone calls, 802-847-8821. The web site lists their services and makes recommendations on where to start when searching the interent for helath information.
The Vermont website of Health & Human Services contains information on health care, disability resources, children's resources, veteran's resources, general service and support and resouces for older Vermonters.
The Charles A. Dana Medical Library provides health sciences information to the University of Vermont's undergraduate, graduate programs. It is open to the citizens of the state of Vermont. Consumer health books can be borrowed by any Vermont resident with a Guest Borrower Card, available at the Dana Medical Library.