Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital

Careers at Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital (part of The University of Vermont Health Network)


Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital boasts 300 inpatient beds, inpatient acute rooms that are all private, and a Skilled Nursing Facility. The main hospital sits on a plush 45-acre campus complete with ponds and walking paths. We’re proud to offer a full-spectrum of health care services to our rural communities in Northern New York to keep care as close to home as possible.

Fast Facts




Serves 94,000 people in our region


300 licensed hospital beds and 34 skilled nursing beds


Medical practices


215 physicians and 200 advanced practice providers


Patient care encounters at our hospital and clinics, including 35,000+ emergency room visits.

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Few careers can offer you the perfect balance that’s available here at CVPH.

We work in a high-tech setting, respected across the region for health care excellence. Each of our employees is part of a close-knit team that knows one another like family and shares a passion for the Champlain Valley. It’s hard to imagine another opportunity that offers so much quality and variety in one great place. We’re not just caregivers and staff - we're your friends and neighbors, offering expertise and compassionate care as close to home as possible. Here, you will get the benefits of a large organization with a small community-like feel. That's what we call the heart and science of medicine.

About the Area

The Champlain Valley is characterized by its working landscapes; undulating hills, meadows and pastures rolling down to the waters of giant Lake Champlain, the largest lake in the U.S. behind the Great Lakes. Plattsburgh, a picturesque community of 38,000, offers a cost of living just below the national average. The perfect place to raise a family, the area features excellent schools both public and private. The State University of New York also has a branch here with 6,200 students boasting a large international population and solid nursing program. Site Selection Magazine has chosen Plattsburgh as a top city in the nation for business development for the past eight years.

In addition, Policom Corp has ranked Plattsburgh as the top micropolitan in New York and the 27th in the nation. As far as recreational opportunities, Plattsburgh and the Champlain Valley offer incredible year-round activities. From boating and sailing to biking, kite surfing, fishing, golfing and more. The historic Strand Theater serves as the anchor of downtown Plattsburg and dozens of museums and historic attractions share the region’s rich history.

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