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Student Health Center

2018-19 College-University Aggregated Immunization Report

Enrollment 805  
Tdap or Td met 792 98.4%
Tdap or Td not met 13 1.6%
MMR met 791 98.3%
MMR not met 14 1.7%
Varicella met 792 98.4%
Varicella not met 13 1.6%
Hep B met 779 96.7%
Hep B not met 26 3.3%
Dormitory enrollment 753  
Meningococcal met 731 97.1%
Meningococcal not met 22 2.9%
Medical Exempt 1 0.1%
Religious Exempt 0 0.0%
Provisional Admittance 41 5.1%


Enrollment: include only fall semester new entering students, i.e. first year and transfers. Dormitory Enrollment is a subset of enrollment.

Met: meets the vaccine requirements as defined by regulation. Includes students with evidence of immunity due to history of disease or positive titer.

Not met: does not meet the vaccine or evidence of immunity requirement. Includes students with medical, religious, and philosophical exemptions, and students provisionally admitted.

Met plus Not Met equal the enrollment count, those Not Met are explained as either exempt or provisionally admitted.

Medical, religious and philosophic exemption: includes students with a current year signed exemption form for one or more vaccines.

Provisional admittance: includes students who neither meet requirements for one or more vaccines nor have a current signed exemption.

Limitations of the data: Any student counted as "not met" for an individual vaccine must also be represented as having either an exemption or counted as provisionally admitted. When looking at the individual vaccines it is not always possible to determine why compliance was not met.


The Student Health Center is equipped to manage most medical emergencies/urgencies. If there is a life threatening emergency, call 911. Otherwise, call the Infirmary (802-485-2552) and let our highly trained staff assess and treat you, or help decide if you need a higher level of care. We work closely with Northfield Ambulance Service and CVMC Emergency Department to provide the best care possible to our patients.

Admitted students: Complete and return this New Student Health Record by June 1.

The Student Health Center, formerly known as the “Infirmary,” is on the first floor of Marsilius Hall on 63 Crescent Ave. The Student Health Center is operated by Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC).

Norwich Student Health provides comprehensive medical services to students similar to what they would receive at their primary care office, including X-ray, labs and orthopedic care.

Routine appointments are provided free of charge to Norwich students. Labs, equipment and procedures are billed to your insurance by Central Vermont Medical Center.

By signing up for the UVMHN-CVMC Patient Portal, you can have access to your own medical record and also communicate with your provider directly to discuss any medical concerns and request an appointment.  More information and instructions to enroll can be found at https://www.cvmc.org/patient-portals#mgp

We provide comprehensive health evaluations and services, including the coordination of care with specialty providers. These services include, but are not limited to:

Acute illness or injury
Injury prevention, evaluation and treatment
Lab work
Mental health evaluation and treatment
Nutrition education
Sexually transmitted disease education, evaluation and treatment
Wellness evaluations
Women’s health (including contraceptive management)

Walk-in Nursing Hours:
Monday – Friday: 07:00 - 22:00
Saturday & Sunday: 08:00 - 12:00

Monday – Friday: 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday & Sunday: 09:00 - 11:00

Phone: 1 (802) 485-2552
Fax: 1 (802) 485-4577
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Craig Sullivan, MD
Medical Director of Student Health Services
Family physician with Green Mountain Family Practice for 30 years.
Medical school: Loyola University of Chicago – Stritch School of Medicine

Matthew Sullivan, MD
Medical Director of Student Health Services
Medical school: University of Vermont
Residency: Swedish First Hill, Seattle

Physician Assistant

Deb O’Hara
Military-trained Physician Assistant with 22 years in the U.S. Army
Registered dietician


Dawn Bailey, Lead RN
Dawn is a native of southern New Hampshire and graduated from an RN-ASN program at Saint Mary’s College in Albany New York. Her previous work experience includes Sub Acute care, Geriatrics and Visiting Nurses as well as missionary work in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Honduras. She joined the Norwich Infirmary in 2000 and has been Lead RN since 2005. “It’s either the flu or love…The symptoms are the same.” Charles M. Schultz

Alice Day, RN
Alice graduated with a Registered General Nursing Diploma from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Scotland in 1990, a BSN from SUNY New Paltz in 1995 and a MSN in Community/Public Health Nursing from UVM in 2009. Her previous work experience includes oncology, neonatal intensive care, pediatrics, labor and delivery, and postpartum and newborn care. She is also a school nurse and has worked at the Norwich University Infirmary since 2003. She especially enjoys working with the Norwich University student population because of their optimistic spirit and willingness to try new things.

Anna Mary Zigmann, RN

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