University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Primary Care Internal Medicine

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Primary Care Internal Medicine University of Vermont College of Medicine
med campus

Academic and Clinical Excellence


Primary Care Internal Medicine (PCIM) specializes in diagnosing, treating, and preventing medical problems in adolescents, adults, and the elderly. We work as a team to provide a medical home for our patients in clinic and around-the-clock care for our patients admitted to the hospital.

We strive to:

  • Deliver compassionate, responsive, integrated care
  • Teach the science, art, and joy of medicine
  • Promote knowledge through research and education
  • Cultivate a collegial and sustainable practice environment
  • Collaborate to improve the quality and safety of patient care
  • Enhance the health and well-being of our community


Division faculty members play a pivotal role in teaching and directing courses for a broad audience of clinical learners. Our educational programs cover a wide spectrum, from primary care to tertiary care, communication skills to statistics, and from pre-medical students to post-graduate continuing medical education.


We have a diversity of scholarly interests among our faculty. Research projects range from immunizations to models for chronic disease care, such as the medical home.


We are currently seeking Internal Medicine faculty physicians for our outpatient and hospitalist locations. For additional information, please contact Sue Lee or visit Physician Careers.

Jen Gilwee, MD

Faculty Showcase

Dr. Claudia Berger was named Regional Clinician Representative for OneCare Vermont Accountable Care Organization, as of January 2015

Dr. Jason Bartsch and Dr. Rachel McEntee (Chief Medical Resident) awarded Frymoyer Scholarship in June 2015 for proposal entitled “Rapid response team simulation: Teaching interprofessional communication and clinical reasoning to improve patient care”

Outpatient Medicine Clerkship voted by medical students as “Clerkship of the Year” in June 2015 – congratulations to Dr. Roberta O’Brien (course director) and all contributing faculty and staff.

In June 2015, Dr. Florian Foerg received Osler Award from medicine residents for general medicine attending who demonstrates excellence in teaching and patient care

Drs. Halle Sobel and Carrie Lyon were promoted to Associate Professor in July 2015

Ruveni Gogerly-Moragoda (Clinical Care Associate at Given Burlington) received the Academic Care Award in June 2015


Save the Date: Vermont Geriatrics Conference, The Essex, Essex, VT - April 13, 2016

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