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Vermont Pediatric Doctors

     
The following cities in Vermont have doctor listings. Please select a city in Vermont to browse the pediatric doctors available.
Bellows Falls Pediatric Doctors Bennington Pediatric Doctors Bradford Pediatric Doctors
Brattleboro Pediatric Doctors Bristol Pediatric Doctors Burlington Pediatric Doctors
Derby Line Pediatric Doctors Enosburg Falls Pediatric Doctors Essex Jct Pediatric Doctors
Essex Junction Pediatric Doctors Johnson Pediatric Doctors Middlebury Pediatric Doctors
Montpelier Pediatric Doctors Newport Pediatric Doctors Randolph Pediatric Doctors
Richford Pediatric Doctors Rutland Pediatric Doctors Saint Albans Pediatric Doctors
S Burlington Pediatric Doctors So Burlington Pediatric Doctors South Burlingto Pediatric Doctors
Springfield Pediatric Doctors St Albans Pediatric Doctors St Johnsbury Pediatric Doctors
Townshend Pediatric Doctors Warren Pediatric Doctors Williston Pediatric Doctors
Willston Pediatric Doctors Windsor Pediatric Doctors  
Did You Know? - Health Insurance Fact:
Losing a job, or quitting voluntarily, can mean losing affordable coverage - not only for the worker but also for their entire family. Only seven percent of the unemployed can afford to pay for COBRA health insurance - the continuation of group coverage offered by their former employers. Premiums for this coverage average almost $700 a month for family coverage and $250 for individual coverage, a very high price given the average $1,100 monthly unemployment check .
 
 
     
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