Since opening its doors 100 years ago, Southwestern Vermont Medical Center has offered the residents of Southern Vermont, Eastern New York State, and the Northern Berkshire County of Massachusetts access to exceptional, safe, and affordable health care.

Accredited by the Joint Commission, we operate six campuses, and employ nearly 1,400 people—making us the largest employer in Southwestern Vermont.

As an employer, we foster an environment based on great people. Our team-oriented approach allows for ample learning, development, and career growth with the goal of keeping every employee engaged. This approach is working. Since 2015, we have been awarded a Vermont Business Magazine’s Best Places to Work (and only hospital to ever make the list).

Here are just a few of the other reasons our employees and patients are happy to be here:

  • Ranked by Medicare in the top 4% of hospitals nationwide for quality, value, safety, and patient satisfaction and the highest in Northern New England
  • A 100% board-certified medical staff  
  • Medical services are provided by Dartmouth-Hitchcock Putnam Physicians, a renowned multi-specialty physicians group
  • Vermont’s first Magnet hospital for nursing excellence and the state’s only four-time designee
  • Access to one of only three National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer centers in all of New England through a partnership with Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Office of Human Resources
100 Hospital Drive, Bennington, VT 05201
Phone: (802) 447-5044
Fax: (802) 447-5538

Hours:
Monday – Friday:  7 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Directions:
For directions to SVHC Human Resources, click here

Parking:
For appointments at SVMC Human Resources, park in parking area F or H and enter through the Main Entrance.

Testing

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Vaccination

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COVID-19 Information Hotline

 

Have questions? Need assistance? Call 802-440-8844.

 

The SVMC COVID-19 Information Hotline is staffed by our Registered Nurses every Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to assist our community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Testing is an important tool to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Anyone can get tested for COVID-19, including visitors to Vermont and international travelers. People with or without symptoms can be tested at most testing locations. Testing is free to all, and many sites now let you take your own sample using a short swab in your nose. You can either make an appointment or walk in.

The Vermont Department of Health recommends testing:

  • As soon as possible after you have symptoms of COVID, even mild symptoms and even if you have already had and recovered from COVID.
  • If you are unvaccinated and a close contact of someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Close contact means being within 6 feet, for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period, of someone with COVID-19 during their infectious period. The infectious period is when the person with COVID-19 is contagious. It starts two days before symptoms began and continues until they are recovered. For people who haven't had symptoms, the infectious period starts two days before they had a positive test.
  • Note that if you’re vaccinated and you’ve been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID, you don’t necessarily need a test. You can behave normally and get tested if symptoms arise. This is one of the major benefits of vaccination. Or, you can get tested 2 – 5 days after your exposure, if you like.
  • If you have symptoms, get tested immediately. 
  • If you do not have symptoms, wait to get tested until you have symptoms or 2 – 5 days after an exposure to a symptomatic person or to someone who tested positive. Some schools require students to get a negative test 7 days after an exposure

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A commitment to excellence and a patient-centered approach sets Southwestern Vermont Health Care apart.

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