Gifford Health Care is a network of community health centers throughout central Vermont and the Upper Valley. Our locations include six primary care clinics, a Critical Access Hospital with a renowned Birthing Center, specialty clinics, and senior living facilities.
Gifford Medical Center, a Critical Access Hospital in Randolph, Vermont, is the beating heart of the Gifford Health Care system. Nationally recognized for its importance in serving our rural community, it has remained a central hub of high-quality medical care in Vermont for over 110 years.
Here, you’ll find helpful staff, skilled providers, and exceptional specialty care, close to home. We provide a wide range of services within our modern, comfortable facility, including 24-hour emergency care, inpatient and outpatient services, diagnostic imaging, surgery and rehabilitation, and end-of-life care. Additionally, our newly renovated and highly-acclaimed Birthing Center combines the expertise of OB/GYN care and low-intervention midwifery. At Gifford Medical Center, we care for you with a hometown approach… for life.
“As a community health center and medical home, Gifford’s mission is to improve and manage the health of the people we serve by providing and assuring access to affordable, high-quality health care, and by promoting the health and well-being of everyone in our service area.”
Our Leadership Team
Dan Bennett, President and CEO
Barbara Quealy, Chief Operating Officer
Jeff Hebert, Vice President of Finance
Rebecca O’Berry, Vice President of Surgical Services
Alison White, Vice President of Primary Care
Dr. Lou DiNicola, Medical Director, Primary Care
Dr. Scott Rodi, Medical Director, Hospital
Dr. Nicholas Benoit, Medical Director, Surgery
Ashley Lincoln, Director of Development and Public Relations
Linda Minsinger, Executive Director of Gifford Retirement Community
Monica Boyd, Director of Quality and Risk Management
Board of Directors
Learn more about Gifford’s volunteer Board of Directors.
Gifford understands that health care costs can present a financial hardship to families and individuals. We work to help patients find financial assistance through our Affordable Care Program.