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Registered Nurse - Part Time Primary Care RN

Job Details

Job Ref:
Registered Nurse
Employment Type:
246 Granger Rd, Berlin, VT
CVMC - Family Medicine - Berlin
Job Type:
Primary Shift:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Hours per Week:
Weekend Needs:
Pay Rate:
$35.35 - $54.67 per hour

Not required.


$10K RN Sign-On Bonus for full-time (pro-rated for part-time). 

Job description:

Our nurses are a critical part of the UVMHN team. We celebrate their daily contributions and the positive impact they have on our patients and their health.

At The University of Vermont Health Network, you will work with a diverse group of nurses, physicians, and specialty practitioners who personally care about their patients and community. No matter the location, every employee has a hand in contributing to the wellness of patients. You'll discover a culture of teamwork, professionalism, and mutual respect at UVMHN.

Unit Description

The role of the registered nurse in ambulatory primary care is the engine and heart of patient care as it has a primary focus referred to as telephone triage which is managing a patient’s call to the office to determine the urgency of the medical issue, the level of staff or provider response required, the appropriate location if the patient needs to be seen, and the timing of appointment scheduling.  This role collaborates with the healthcare team to provide quality care to patients. Critical thinking skills assist in the assessment of the patient’s needs to determine the right place, right time and right next step for care. The role makes a positive difference every single day in the lives of our patients and healthcare team.


  • Current RN licensure or compact licensure recognized by the State of Vermont required.
  • Appropriate experience in specific clinical area. Varies by unit.

Our Total Rewards package includes:

Additional benefits may include:

About the area:

Berlin, VT, located centrally in Vermont, is just minutes from the capital city, Montpelier. Our historical downtown areas feature a wonderful and unique assortment of local shopping opportunities, not to mention the many farmers’ markets, pick-your-own-fields and community supported agriculture programs (CSAs).

Within a state that boasts 52 state parks, 800 lakes and over 7,000 miles of rivers and streams, you’ll find an abundance of opportunities for hiking, skiing, camping, fishing, sailing, swimming and more.

If you’re planning to relocate with your family in tow, Vermont is known for its high-quality public education and its well-established private schools. And whether you’ve always envisioned living in an old farmhouse or a historic Victorian, or building your dream house with your family, Vermont has plenty of real estate opportunities.

With exciting signing incentives and relocation assistance, moving to Vermont has never been an easier decision.

Joining our team has its perks:

  • We encourage professional growth and development
  • We ensure our nurses are truly happy and feel valued
  • We offer structured preceptorships and continuing education
  • We are committed to great patient ratios
  • Our team culture is unlike what you’ll find at other hospitals
  • We’ve made significant investments in safe patient handling and mobility equipment
  • Nurses truly have a voice here through our shared governance

Fast Facts




Serves 66,000 people in our region in 24 cities and towns


122 licensed hospital beds and 153 skilled nursing beds


Medical practices


153 physicians and 63 advanced practice providers representing 47 medical specialties


Patient care encounters at our hospital and clinics

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