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May 25 - June 01, 2015

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Weekly Tips & Tricks Research, Fellowship, and Scholarship
Policy of the Week Arts & Publication
Class Information Lost & Found
Volunteer Opportunities Classifieds (housing, jobs, for sale, etc.)

USEFUL WEBSITES

Student Handbook Ombudsperson Webpage UVM OSR Blog
Activities Calendar AHEC Website Specialty Advisor List
Study Spaces "ONE: News for Our Employees" - UVM Medical Center" (April Edition) Rotating Room (Sublets)
NBME UVM Medical Center Grand Rounds UVM LivingWell Center
Diversity & Inclusion UVMMC Event Calendar/Newsletter UVM Bored
  Medicine Newsletter: "The Chart"
(Winter 2015 Edition)
 

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Weekly Helpful Tips and Tricks & FYIs from OMSE:

  1. UVM Offices Closed on Monday: UVM Offices are closed on Monday, May 25, in honor of the Memorial Day holiday. UVM offices re-open at 8am, on Tuesday, May 26th. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.
  2. NBME Updates (Send questions or comments to medicalschoolservices@nbme.or)
    1. Summer Games friendraiserStep 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK) - Schedule for Score Reporting and Change in Number of Items: The USMLE program usually reports Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK) scores within four weeks of testing. However, because of necessary modifications to the test item pool, there will be a delay in reporting for some examinees who test between the week of July 13 through late August. The target date for reporting Step 2 CK scores for most examinees who test during this time period will be Wednesday, September 16, 2015. If your students need to receive a Step 2 CK score before September 16, we recommend that they take Step 2 CK no later than Friday, July 10, 2015. During the period July 13 through late August, the number of items per block on a given examination form will vary but will not exceed 44 items. The number of items in a block is displayed on the screen at the beginning of the block. Please note this information and have your students pace themselves accordingly. The total number of items on the overall examination form will not exceed the current 350 items. The length of the testing day will not change. The test day will continue to be divided into eight 60-minute blocks, administered in one nine-hour testing session. The variation in number of items per block will not impact scoring.
    2. Reminder - Fee Increase for Subject Examination Program Services - Effective July 1, 2015: Subject Examination fees will increase by $1.00 per examination starting Wednesday, July 1, 2015. Fees are based on the test administration date. Click here to view fees for the 2015-2016 academic year, including fees for administration at Prometric test centers.
    3. NBME Launches Centennial Website: As part of our centennial celebration, the NBME is pleased to announce the launch of its centennial website. The site features three timelines that focus on Events, People and Publications that have shaped NBME's 100-year history. The Events timeline takes the site visitor from the founding of the NBME in 1915 through important milestones such as the format switch from essay/practical/oral examination to multiple-choice testing in the 1950s, computer-based testing in the 1990s, and much more. The People timeline features bios on the individuals, many of them leaders from the medical education community, who shaped the growth of the NBME. The Publications timeline reproduces NBME's primary publications, such as the report on the very first examination given in 1916 and the various newsletters and reports issued over the years. If you have an interest in the evolution of 20th century medical education (and medicine in general), you will enjoy perusing reproductions of NBME's newsletter, The Diplomate, which began publication in 1929. It is packed with interesting stories about advances in medicine and medical education. Please visit the site at www.nbme100.org.

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Policy of the Week

Holidays and Vacations (Policy 570.10 - Policy 570.30)

Advanced Integration (Policy 570.30)

  1. Holidays are observed in accordance with the standard practice of the clinical service on which the student is assigned. Students are expected to take call on holidays if they are on acting internships or on electives with active call schedules.
  2. Students will be excused for major holidays of religions they observe. They are expected to arrange their call schedules by advance planning and trading with colleagues to accommodate these needs.
  3. Students may schedule a total of six weeks of vacation during Advanced Integration, subject to compliance with the satisfactory attendance policy. Generally about a month of vacation is taken for residency interviewing.
  4. A month scheduled for preparation for the USMLE Step 2 CK Exam is not considered vacation. The study month is an elective. Students who choose not to enroll in a study month do not receive additional vacation time.
  5. Advanced Integration rotations are generally scheduled in four-week blocks within each month. Any variations must be approved by the faculty and staff responsible for the given rotation. Variations of more than a week must be taken as vacation. Students are responsible for maintaining an accurate and current schedule in the online scheduling system.
  6. Leaves of absence are not covered by this policy statement. Students seeking such leave should review the Leave of Absence policy, and must consult with the Associate Dean for Students. Taking a Leave of Absence could delay a student's graduation date.

View the this policy and others in the University of Vermont College of Medicine Student Handbook, NOW ONLINE >>

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CLASS INFORMATION

Class of 2015:

  • Complimentary Graduation picture for you- A gift from the Medical Alumni Association: On behalf of the Medical Alumni Association (MAA) we would like to congratulate the Class of 2015 on their upcoming graduation. The MAA would like to give each member of the Class of 2015 a copy of their group photo taken at Graduation. In order to send you your photo, we need to have your future mailing address. The address you will have after June 2015. If you prefer that we send your photo to your parents address, please let us know. For your convenience – update your address here today! Don't forget to include your email address too! Please note: Updating your mailing address will ensure that you receive Vermont Medicine Magazine. Contact Medical Alumni Relations (802-656-4014) with any questions.
  • Class of 2015 Class Gift: Don't miss your chance to contribute to your Class Gift! Many have already given (thank you), and no matter the size, your gift helps the class of 2015 get closer to its goal of 100% participation! All donors to the Class Gift will be listed in the December 2015 – Annual report issue of Vermont Medicine. Contact Medical Alumni Relations (802-656-4014) with any questions.

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Class of 2016:

  • New UVMMC Medical Student IDs Available! The Office of Medical Student Education Clerkship team has the new UVM Medical Center Medical Student IDs available for pick up. Please stop by to see Audree in Given Courtyard N100 during regular office hours to secure your new hospital badge! Contact Audree Frey if you have any questions.

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Class of 2017:

  • New UVMMC Medical Student IDs Available! The Office of Medical Student Education Clerkship team has the new UVM Medical Center Medical Student IDs available for pick up. Please stop by during regular office hours to secure your new hospital badge! Contact Audree Frey if you have any questions.
  • 2015 David R. Cox Prize for Rare Compassion Essay Contest for First and Second Year Medical Students: Selected submissions will be considered for publication online or in print, and winning authors will additionally receive a certificate and up to $1,500 in cash prize. Students are asked to write a reflection essay about a new relationship they've forged with a patient, family, or advocate affected by a rare or neglected disease within the last 12 months. We're happy to help introduce interested students to patient communities in their area. Visit the essay contest website to find out more about the David R. Cox Prize for Rare Compassion, including its requirements and the August 10th deadline! For such assistance, please email Carrie Ostrea, Advocacy Director.

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Class of 2018:

  • New UVMMC Medical Student IDs Available! The Office of Medical Student Education Clerkship team has the new UVM Medical Center Medical Student IDs available for pick up. Please stop by during regular office hours to secure your new hospital badge! Contact Audree Frey if you have any questions.
  • 2015 David R. Cox Prize for Rare Compassion Essay Contest for First and Second Year Medical Students: Selected submissions will be considered for publication online or in print, and winning authors will additionally receive a certificate and up to $1,500 in cash prize. Students are asked to write a reflection essay about a new relationship they've forged with a patient, family, or advocate affected by a rare or neglected disease within the last 12 months. We're happy to help introduce interested students to patient communities in their area. Visit the essay contest website to find out more about the David R. Cox Prize for Rare Compassion, including its requirements and the August 10th deadline! For such assistance, please email Carrie Ostrea, Advocacy Director.

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VOLUNTEER

THIS WEEK - Summer Games friendraiser

The Special Olympics Summer Games tour is just around the corner, on May 30th. We they several wonderful athletes lined up, the script written and bocce courts reserved. Now they just need some guests!!!

If interested in supporting the event, please RSVP using the direct link provided in the event invitation. Right now they have only 2 people and their goal is 20. Please ask your friends family to meet you there for this quick, no strings attached event. If everyone can confirm 1 or 2 guests we will have a successful event! Please contact Michelle Gates with any questions.

THIS WEEK - NBME/USMLE Feedback Wanted

The National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) develops and manages the USMLE and serves the public through high quality assessments of healthcare professionals. I have had the privilege to serve as the UVM student representative for the c/o 2016 at the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) and was recently elected to serve as a national liaison to the NBME. This gives me an opportunity to represent the student voice at the NBME and partake in discussions that directly shape NBME services, assessments and innovations.

I have reached out nationally to receive feedback from student representatives at other medical schools and I am eager to hear directly from our own classes about any experiences and suggestions you have on USMLE exams, NBME self-assessments, NBME Shelf exams, Testing conditions, etc. I will be able to bring your feedback directly to the national board and discuss any enhancements to the NBME services, often seeing feedback incorporated within the same year.

Please complete this 5-minute feedback tool to offer your perspective. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me, Priyanka Chilakamarri (2016), AAMC Organization of Student Representatives.

Community Service News from Student Council

THIS WEEK - Special Olympics Summer Games

Saturday-Sunday May 30/31 -- We will be staffing the games (alongside an MD and PA) and also providing free health screenings to individuals with intellectual disabilities as part of the Healthy Athletes program. There are various time slots you can choose from, and food will be provided. Invite your spouses, partners, professors, family (>15 years old), and friends to join the UVM College of Medicine! More detailed information is provided on the GoogleDocs sign-up sheet.

Please contact a UVM COM Community Service Coordinator: Theo Cisu (2018) and/or Catherine Suppan (2017) with any questions. SIGN UP NOW >>

THIS WEEK - Girls' Science Discovery Day Volunteer Meeting

Want to help get the next generation of girls excited about science? Join us as a volunteer for Girl's Science Discovery Day! This year's event, sponsored by AMWA, will be held on Saturday May 30th at the College of Medicine, from 9-4, and food will be provided! Please contact Catherine Hayes (2018) with any questions.

THIS WEEK - Thank you Calling Volunteers Needed (FREE DINNER)

Tuesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 28 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., at the Medical Alumni Office, Courtyard South, behind Admissions. Take a break from studying! Free dinner! Thank alumni who provide support to students each year through scholarships, loans, student interest groups, student research travel opportunities and more!

Receiving thank you calls from students means a great deal to our alumni and makes them more likely to continue to support programs that benefit students. Calling is easy (and fun!). The alumni office will provide dinner (last year was pizza, but we can negotiate) and a simple script for you to use (we promise it's really easy). We know that you are all very busy, and we won't ask you for more than one hour of your time, but welcome you to stay longer if your schedule allows.

If you would like to participate, email Megan Dodge, Coordinator of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving, in the UVM College of Medicine Foundation Office. If you can help another time/day let us know as well.

Little Ones University Family Fun Day

Saturday, June 6th 9am-noon, at 104 Old Colchester Road, Essex Junction, Vt. Little Ones University is a pilot site for a project focusing on improving children's mental health using a child care center as the hub of services. We are working to engage families so that this is a family-centered, family-driven project and this event is one of our activities to that end. We will have fun things for kids to do and family members will help clean up the playground and plant a new garden. Any help is appreciated. We need a face painter (I can supply the face paints) and also people to help man a Smoothie Bike station and a fruit and veggie tasting stand. We also need help prepping and working on the garden. Please contact Kristin Fontaine with any questions.

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UNIVERSITY OPPORTUNITIES

THIS WEEK - Spanish SIG MEETING!

Join Spanish SIG Wednesday, May 27th at noon, in Med Ed 309. All levels are welcome! Contact Astia Roper-Batker with any questions.

THIS WEEK - Drop In Student Success Hours

Wednesday, May 27, 5:00pm - 7:00pm, in the Given Courtyard. Laurey Burris, Director of Student Success, is available for Drop-In questions and discussions, in the Given Courtyard square. Please contact Laurey Burris if you have any questions.

THIS WEEK - The AMA SIG will be hosting a Resolution Writing Workshop

June 1st, from 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM in Med Ed 201. Pizza will be provided. Please RSVP online using our GoogleDoc. Writing resolutions is an important part of crafting policy in the AMA (and in the world at large)--it's how we bring the issues that we're passionate about to the attention of medical students and physicians across the country. In this workshop, we will talk about how to write an effective resolution so we can see the changes we want to see in health care! Also, there is one resolution in particular that we will be supporting in the upcoming AMA National Meeting in Chicago--we will talk more about this as an example of a current resolution. Contact Kelsey Sullivan with any questions.

Community Medical School: "Opening Hearts: The TAVR Procedure for Aortic Stenosis" with Dr. Harold Dauerman

Each semester, more than 1000 people attend our Community Medical School lecture series, confirming that the community is more interested than ever in learning about our work at the UVM College of Medicine and the UVM Medical Center.

On Tuesday June 02, in Carpenter Auditorium at 6:00pm, Community Medical School concludes its spring session with "Opening Hearts: The TAVR Procedure for Aortic Stenosis" with Dr. Harold Dauerman, M.D., Professor of Medicine. Aortic stenosis -- a severe narrowing of the aortic valve -- can lead to chest pain, shortness of breath and death due to heart failure. Learn about treatment options and outcomes for this condition, including a new FDA-approved procedure tested at UVM called transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) that uses catheters instead of open heart surgery to replace heart valves.

The series is free and open to the public. The series includes lectures on a wide range of current topics in medicine. For more information on the Spring 2015 schedule, or to register through the UVM Medical Center for any or all of the sessions, visit Community Medical School registration. To view past lectures and materials, visit the Community Medical School archives. Please contact Carole Whitaker if you have any questions.

Apply to Become a UVM COM Student Ambassador!

The University of Vermont College of Medicine Office of Medical Student Education is excited to offer a new program to encourage student participation in UVM COM events and programs! We encourage you to apply! The Office of Medical Student Education will be accepting applications until 5:00pm EST, on Wednesday, June 03, 2015.

The College of Medicine Student Ambassador Program will consist of members of each class who will represent and promote the college of medicine during several college events and activities throughout the year. Such events and activities may include Admission activities, Orientation for the incoming class, White Coat Ceremony, Family Day, Alumni events, and Graduation. Student ambassadors will network and interact with prospective students, current students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, distinguished guests, and visitors at special events and activities. The student ambassadors will become more knowledgeable about the history of the college and gain valuable leadership experience. They will promote the college by establishing a positive impression of the College of Medicine and representing our mission of serving patients, the medical profession, and the community. Read more about the application in the application packet. To apply, save the application to your computer and then fill it out the PDF form; when completed, email the application as an email attachment to the Office of Medical Student Education. Please contact the Office of Medical Student Education with any questions or concerns.

The Medical Alumni Association Presents A Larner Leadership Panel Discussion - "UVM to Haiti: Case Reports of Rewarding Career Paths"

The Medical Alumni Association Presents A Larner Leadership Panel Discussion featuring recipients of the UVM Medical Alumni Association 2015 Service to Medicine and Community Award on Friday, June 12, 2015, 12 noon – 1:00pm, in The Sullivan Classroom (Med Ed 200). Lunch included. Please RSVP to medalumni.relations@uvm.edu.

Hear from a few of our prominent alumni about their experiences in global health and how the UVM College of Medicine prepared them for their roles:

  • John W. Durham, M.D. '85, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Northern Arizona Orthopaedics, Vice President, Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps (NAVMC)
  • Jack G. Long, M.D. '75, Pediatric Advisor, Partners in Health/Zanmi Lasante, Cange, Haiti, Pediatrician (Retired), Pediatric Medicine, South Burlington, Vermont, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, UVM College of Medicine
  • Delight A. Wing, M.D. '75, Pediatric Advisor, Partners in Health/Zanmi Lasante, Cange, Haiti Pediatrician (Retired), Pediatric Medicine, South Burlington, Vermont Associate Professor of Pediatrics, UVM College of Medicine

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RESEARCH, FELLOWSHIP, & SCHOLARSHIP

Pediatric Medical Research Assistant Internship Available

Perform pediatric medical literature searches, synthesize findings, and draft reports as part of the Health Services Research team at the Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP). Research topics include pediatric immunizations, developmental screening, and mental health assessment. This temporary position is available immediately through June 30, 2015. Full-time is preferred, but the hours are flexible for highly qualified applicants that request part-time. Pays $20/hour.

Qualified applicants will have at least a Bachelor's degree in health or social sciences (e.g. psychology, public health, nursing, biology), but graduate students in a medical discipline (e.g. MD, MPH, MS, PhD) are preferred. Advanced writing skills and extensive experience with medical literature searches and manuscript preparation is a must. Effective organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills are required.

Please send a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and availability along with your resume to Dr. Valerie Harder.

Dartmouth Hitchcock Summer Research Opportunity

Dartmouth Hitchcock (DH) seeks to employ medical students for direct observation work in ambulatory care practices across the USA, funded by the AMA. Students will visit a range of practices to collect data through interviews, surveys and direct observation on hand-held devices. They will be trained in research ethics, the research methodology, and gain continuous feedback about the project progress. Please read the research opportunity handout for more information. For questions, please contact the lead researcher, Lacey Colligan, MD, MSc, directly.

Vermont Public Health Association Annual Meeting

Thursday, June 4, 2015, 5:00 – 8:30pm, Capitol Plaza, Montpelier, VT. Join us at the Vermont Public Health Association Annual Meeting: "Making Health in All Policies a Reality in Vermont!" If we know health outcomes are largely determined by the policies and infrastructure of the community, how do we engage beyond the health system to create the changes needed for health?

Panel of presenters including: Secretary Harry Chen, Department of Health, Ellen Kahler, Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, Farm to Plate Mayor Thom Lauzon, City of Barre, and Kristi Poehlmann, SASH Health Systems Educator Kelly Stoddard Poor, AARP. Space is limited, register now! $20 for members and $35 for non-members (you can join VtPHA for an additional $20). Entrée choices are vegetarian or chicken. Contact Honey Resto (802-847-2278) with any questions or to register, or you can also register online. Also, please consider liking us on Faceboook.

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ARTS & PUBLICATIONS

Submissions to the Wellness Newspaper!

The Wellness Committee is collecting submissions to feature in the Summer newsletter. Please email them to Astia Roper-Batker by June 1st!

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LOST & FOUND

LOST

  • Misplaced jacket a few days ago and didn't realize until now because the weather had been so nice. It's a thin, black Free Country brand spring jacket. If anyone has any information, or turns it in please email Saurabh Patel (2018)

Lost something? Email the Office of Medical Student Education a description of the item, where and when it was last seen, and who to contact if someone finds the item, and she will happily post it here!

FOUND:

Please visit the Office of Medical Education if one of the following items is yours:
(items left unclaimed for more than two weeks will be left as freebies in the student lounge)

  • Gray stethescope
  • AT COMMENCEMENT: tinted lenses that snap onto prescription glasses
  • AT COMMENCEMENT: a camera lens-cap
  • AT COMMENCEMENT: a blue hair clip with white flowers painted on it
  • Red Contigo auto-seal travel coffee mug
  • Black Abercrombie & Fitch cardigan with gray flowers, size M
  • Gray cable-knit, button-up Old Navy sweater, size M

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CLASSIFIEDS

New 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, +Office, Beautiful Views, Private Setting

Conveniently located in Richmond just 20 minutes from the University of Vermont Medical Center and downtown Burlington, this new home is set in a private meadow with spectacular Green Mountain Views.

  • Two large 12' x 12' bedrooms each with a private bath and walk-in closet for the master bedroom.
  • An additional large room 12 x 17 could serve as an office, studio, and/or guest room
  • Open kitchen and living area features custom cabinetry, granite countertops, birch hardwood floors and provides lots of natural light
  • All new stainless steel appliances including an electric induction stove that offers better and safer cooking performance than gas
  • Energy efficient construction delivers less than half the heating requirements of a standard new house
  • Sunroom with south and west facing meadow views
  • New washer and dryer on same floor

The owner, a realist landscape artist and portrait oil painter, resides on a separate floor. Extra sound proofing measures were taken during construction to provide a very quiet living space. Non smoking and no pets please. Rent is $1,850/mo. plus utilities. Includes plowing, grounds keeping. Some storage is available in the walk out basement. Available mid June or July 1st. Please text/call Sheel at 802-363-2070 for more information or to set up a time to see the house. Email: sheelgardner@hotmail.com. View the housing PDF flyer for photos. Additional images and info will be updates at the house-advertising-webpage.

Roommate Wanted!

Do you know anyone looking for a summer sublet in Winooski?? We have a room available in a four bedroom apartment from June 1st to August 1st. The apartment is in downtown Winooski, right at a bus stop. Rent is $725 a month, with everything included. Price and date of move in are negotiable. The apartment is fully furnished and a dishwasher! Contact Astia Roper-Batker with any questions.

Beautiful Victorian Condominium to Rent in the Heart of Burlington

Charming, very well-maintained first floor unit, with high ceilings, original woodwork, pocket doors, flexible floor plan (can be 1 or 2 bedrooms), modern kitchen, hardwood floors, off-street parking, front and back porches, and generous storage space. Unbeatable location less than a block from Church Street. Walking distance to Lake Champlain, Burlington Bike Path, Farmer's Market, arts & entertainment, and UVM COM/UVM Medical Center. Quiet building with only four other considerate neighbors. 1-2 bedrooms, 1 bath. 1000 sq. ft. On site shared coin laundry. No smoking. No pets (apologies; owner has allergies). $1800/month – includes utilities (water, electric, gas, heat, which would otherwise run approximately $175/mo). Available mid-June. Please contact Kym Boyman, MD, UVM COM '99 (802-777-8550), if you are interested or if you have any questions.

Lovely 3BR, 1 bath near campus with off-street parking, big lawn

Available June 1st. More information is on the craigslist posting, but perks for med students include a fantastic location (walkable but far enough away to qualify for a parking pass, also next to a bus stop), lots of space, huge yard, off-street parking, and a wonderful landlord who prefers renting to med/grad students. We lived here for all four years of med school and are sad to leave! Contact Chris (landlord) at (802-233-0811).

Apartment for Rent in Winooski

Clean 2 bedroom in duplex 900 sq feet, porch, washer & dryer, off street parking, 1 yr lease, no smoking, dogs negotiable w/reference. Available 6/1 $1250.00 a month. email Seth at sfried411@gmail.com for more information.

We are moving for residency and we have a few things for sale!

Rossignol T3 telemark ski, length 160, with Rottefella Cobras. Skis are in great shape with only minor nicks in base. My wife learned to tele ski on this setup and it is a phenomenal intro/mid-range ski that is easy to engage and turn. $50.

Four snow tires on steel rims: Size 195/65/R15. Tires are in okay shape, but the rims are in great shape. Steel rims normally go for $80 apiece. Selling everything for $50.

If you are interested, please email Christian Crannell or call/text at 845-893-6286.

2015 Rental - 84 Hardy Ave

We have a three bedroom, one bathroom house for rent in the new north end. It is located one block form the lake and bike path. It has wood floors, a fireplace, fenced yard and a seasonal sun porch. It is currently being updated and will be available mid-June. Rent is $1700.00 month, but price is negotiable with a long term lease. A pet may be negotiable. Water, septic and bi-monthly trash pick up is included in rent. Non smoking please. Three occupants max, two cars max. Please view the house flyer for more information and photos. Contact Louise Coats, FNP (540-818-1526) if you have questions or would like to see the house.

Renovated Farmhouse on Murray Street

One first-year student (26 y/o female) looking for two roommates. The place is a sunny, charming second-floor apartment in an awesome location in Burlington. It is a less than a five-minute drive to the hospital and is a few blocks from Lake Champlain. There are skylights above the living room, hardwood floors and there is a lovely backyard, where our downstairs neighbors raise a few ducks. Washer and dryer are right in our unit (not coin-op, which is always nice!). Rent is $715 a month, including heat. If interested, please contact Emily Kinn (617-291-2525); she'd love to hear from you!

Looking to fill 1Br in a 2Br Apartment

I am looking for a person to fill a room in my two bedroom apartment which becomes available on July 1st. I occupy the other room. The apartment is located on East Ave (literally across the street from UVM Medical Center and science research buildings). The apartment has a kitchen with dishwasher, living room and one bathroom as well as on-site coin-operated washer and dryer. Currently, the apartment is fully furnished with the exception for the one bedroom for rent. There is NO off-street parking unfortunately. The rent is $680/month all utilities (heat, electric, internet/cable) included. *No pets, no smokers.

If interested, please contact me, Matt Randall (631-603-5443). I would be glad to send photos or schedule to meet you and to show you the apartment in the next weeks.

House/Pet Sitter Needed

House/pet sitter needed for May 22 to 25 and again from July 3 to July 12 in Essex Junction. The home is within 2 minutes of the Essex Junction bus line and a quick drive to UVM/UVMMC. We have a quiet backyard and there is a park across the street. It comes complete with a wonderful labradoodle who loves to swim and play, and cat named Willow, who doesn't need much of anything. Rate is negotiable. If you're interested or have any questions, please contact Raj in COMTS (ph/txt: 802-578-7466; if you text, please include your name).

2Br, 2 Bath Condo Available

2 bedroom, 2 bath condo available July 1st with underground garage parking and storage, balcony, washer/dryer in unit, central air conditioning, and gym access. $1,800 per month rent includes heat, water, trash removal, and snow removal. Electricity billed separately and typically costs ~$70/month.
Early move-in is available! You can view photos at the condo Craigslist posting. Please contact Paul Wolf (703-283-6694) for more information or to schedule a walkthrough.

Room for Rent in Shared 3Br House

Room for rent in a 3-bedroom house on a part- time or monthly basis for medical student, resident, or faculty member. It's a safe, quiet place, about 1.5 miles from hospital/university, it's on the bus-line, and has parking. You have a room to study and work. Prefers someone who will have a small footprint. Some kitchen privileges. $500 per month or pro-rated per week. If interested, please contact Sharon Ultsch.

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