SVMC Welcomes New Doctor to Northshire Campus

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BENNINGTON, Vt. — Southwestern Vermont Medical Center has welcomed Dr. Paul Wangenheim to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Putnam Physicians.

Dr. Wangenheim is a cardiologist and is certified in both internal medicine and cardiovascular disease by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He will be working two days a week at SVMC Northshire Campus in Manchester, Vt., beginning in October. Appointments may be scheduled through the SVMC Cardiology office at 802-442-0800.

Wangenheim received his medical degree at New Jersey Medical School, a master's in medical technology from Saint Michael's Medical Center, and a bachelor's in biology from Montclair State University, all in New Jersey. Wangenheim completed his residency in internal medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and a cardiology fellowship at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in New Jersey.

Wangenheim holds a doctorate in medical humanities from Drew University in New Jersey and a certificate in clinical ethics consultation and a master’s in bioethics both from Alden March Bioethics Institute of Albany Medical School in New York. He has taught at UMDNJ, Saint Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey, and Drew University. He has worked at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Morristown Memorial Hospital and Saint Barnabas Medical Center, where he has held several leadership positions, including chair of the Bioethics Committee, and clinical chief of Internal Medicine, among others.

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