Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center

140 Hospital Drive, Bennington, VT 05201
(802) 447-1836

Monday – Friday:  8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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For appointments at SVRCC, park in areas F or G.

Comprehensive cancer treatment means access to top-notch specialists, the right tools, choices, and support. Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center (SVRCC) has all of these and more.

The SVRCC is accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, a distinction granted to only the top 25 percent of cancer centers nationwide. 

Partnership is Powerful Medicine: SVRCC and Dartmouth-Hitchcock 
The care you receive at the SVRCC is enhanced through an affiliation with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock, home of one of only three National Cancer Institute-Designated comprehensive cancer centers in New England. This link offers you access to some of the most advanced specialty services available anywhere. For instance, genetic counseling allows families to make the best treatment decisions, sometimes before cancer even appears. A specialized telemedicine link connects SVMC oncologists and their patients with specialists at Dartmouth-Hitchcock to the benefit of every patient at the Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center. 

The Whole Picture
Being in the top 25 percent requires a comprehensive approach, and our patients are treated from every perspective. Starting with education and prevention and continuing through diagnosis, pretreatment evaluation, treatment, research, rehabilitation and monitoring, a complete range of services ensures that our patients have every advantage. We offer the latest in digital imaging technology, including a specialized Women’s Imaging Center, medical oncology, and radiation oncology.  

Patient Stories

Sandy Foster

Sandy Foster looked at a lot of hospitals when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. The choice for this school principal was as easy as ABC…or rather SVMC. Hear her talk about the team that helped her beat her cancer, the one she calls “Sandy’s Angels.”

Missy Jutras

Missy Jutras—a teacher, mom, grandmother, and coach—overcame Stage 2 breast cancer with the
help of her family, community and healthcare team, led by Dr. Charlene Ives, at Southwestern
Vermont Medical Center.

John Kasper

John Kasper owns an auto detail shop in Bennington and after being diagnosed with inoperable Stage IV tonsil cancer, never lost his resolve to fight. Cancer treatment teams from SVMC and Dartmouth-Hitchcock work together to help patients like John defy the odds.

Peter Palmer

Peter Palmer chose SVMC when he got a diagnosis for prostate cancer. In the process of beating his cancer he also looked at the priorities in his life. Listen to him talk about his treatment, and how he’s found a new perspective.