Grace Cottage Family Health
To schedule an appointment, please call 802-365-4331.
Taking care of our community is a long tradition at Grace Cottage. Whether you live here year-round or part-time, the Grace Cottage primary care team of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and staff are here to help you achieve maximum health and well-being. They can take care of all of your routine needs, such as annual physicals, vaccines, and common health issues. And if you need specialized care, they can help you find a specialist and will collaborate with your specialist on your care.
Primary Care Services include:
- Annual wellness visits and physical exams
- Common illnesses such as flu and pneumonia
- Management of chronic health conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol
- Medical tests
- Immunizations and vaccines
- Pediatric medicine
- Women’s health
- “Age Friendly” Care
- LGBTQ+ Affirming Care
- Allergy management
Office hours: Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Same-day appointments are usually available.
Are you new to Grace Cottage? If so, please review the New Patient Information and Forms page.
About Grace Cottage Family Health
Grace Cottage is certified by the National Committee of Quality Assurance as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. A “Patient Centered Medical Home” (PCMH) is a way of coordinating primary care so you get the right care at the right time. Your care will be coordinated by a team of dedicated health professionals, all working together to meet your individual health care needs. Your primary care provider will lead your team. Depending on your individual situation, your team might include a registered nurse, a health coach, or a diabetes educator. Your team members will meet with you individually to help you set goals for better health and to support you in your efforts to meet these goals. We want you to feel “at home” with your health care at Grace Cottage.
Primary Care Providers
All Primary Care providers are listed below, with those accepting new patients indicated with a .