The newly constructed inpatient building at the University of Vermont Medical Center has completely transformed the hospital’s campus, fitting seamlessly within the existing structures, improving access and patient flow.

The Miller Building features 4 inpatient floors and 128 private rooms. Designed for sustainability, the building uses half the energy of a comparable hospital.

Each private patient room has a medical/surgical telemetry bed with enhanced monitoring to reduce patient transfers and assist with infection control.

Community input was crucial to the design process. The resulting patient-centered design increases privacy, reduces noise, and includes space for supporting family members.

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