As the state’s only local, not-for-profit health plan, we’re driven by Vermont’s culture of doing things our own way and creating a better future together. For us, health care isn’t about profits, shareholders, and politics — it’s about protecting and improving the health and well-being of all Vermonters.

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Vermonters Serving Vermonters

We understand the importance of a healthy Vermont community, because it’s our community too. That’s just one of the reasons we remain exclusively devoted to the people of Vermont.

Headquartered in Berlin, VT, we employ more than 400 of your friends, family, and neighbors. Our team is dedicated to treating our members right -- just like neighbors.

We’re proud to be Vermonters making health care work better for Vermonters.

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Passionate About Vermont's Health and Wellness

We’re passionate about making our entire state healthier and stronger – from sponsoring local wellness programs and events to offering supportive free wellness programs to our members.

Our employees work thousands of hours each year as volunteers for local nonprofit organizations. To help them volunteer, we give them time off to do it. We also “walk the talk” when it comes to supporting our employees and their families, with an outstanding benefits package that includes great wellness perks.  

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Protecting the Environment and Innovating for You

To protect Vermonters’ health, we must also protect our state’s environment. We’re improving the sustainability of our operations by making our Berlin headquarters more energy efficient and reducing both waste and carbon emissions. 

In Vermont, we like to say “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But we’re not satisfied with the current health care system. We’re constantly looking for new, innovative ways to improve our members’ health care experience.

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