CHCB opened this practice to ensure local residents of South Hero, North Hero and Grand Isle can easily access high quality primary care and add new services to the region.
Medical, Psychiatry & Mental Health Services
Hours: Monday – Friday 7:45am – 4:30pm
(Additional hours are also available at our Riverside Health Center Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 5:00pm – 8:00pm and Saturday 7:45am – 11:45am.)
Medical Providers at Champlain Islands Health Center
Amy McGettrick, MD is a native Vermonter who grew up in the Champlain Islands. Dr. McGettrick graduated from the University of Washington with a B.S. in Nursing. After working as a registered nurse, she went to medical school at the University of Vermont and received the Edward E. Friedman Excellence in the Practice of Family Medicine Award. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at Fletcher Allen Health Care and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Her professional interests include providing comprehensive care to individuals and families across the lifespan. She enjoys spending free time with family and friends, traveling, spending time outdoors, and enjoying live music. Accepting new pediatric patients birth to 18 years old.
Megan O’Brien, FNP was born and raised in Vermont and is returning after living in Maine for the past several years. She received her bachelor’s degree at University of Vermont. Prior to entering the field of healthcare, Megan worked in international education where she had the opportunity to work and travel abroad. After attending the University of Southern Maine, where she received her master’s of nursing degree, she worked at a community health center in rural Maine. Megan is excited to return to Burlington and hopes to continue working with individuals and their families to improve their health and wellness. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, salsa dancing, sailing, and skiing. Accepting new pediatric patients birth to 13 years old.
Grant Picarillo, FNP is a graduate of Columbia University Doctorate of Nursing Practice Family Nurse Practitioner program. He is interested in public health advocacy, health system reform, and LGBTQ+ care. Grant is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer where he learned conversational Spanish, and holds a master’s degree in Health Policy from Harvard. Prior to moving to Vermont from Brooklyn, Grant worked in health policy in Washington DC. When not at work, Grant enjoys spending time with his rescue dogs, travelling, playing tennis, knitting, and spending time in Montreal with his husband. Accepting new patients.
Jessica White, FNP is a graduate of the University of Vermont Family Nurse Practitioner program. While in school, she worked as a float nurse at the Community Health Centers’ various locations and was also one of the nurse educators. Her experience with CHCB has taught her the value of quality preventative care and the importance of facilitating health care access to all individuals. Jessica enjoys working with a variety of patients of all ages with a focus on health promotion and well-being. Outside of work she enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible either skiing, hiking, boating, or traveling with her husband, toddler and fur baby. Not accepting new patients.
Psychiatry Providers at Champlain Islands Health Center
Adam Greenlee, MD, grew up on a beef cattle farm in rural Southwestern Pennsylvania, before moving on to Colgate University and graduating with a BA in history. After completing his undergraduate degree, he taught English in South Korea as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant and worked within the Office of AIDS Research at the National Institutes of Health. He received his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and remained in Pittsburgh for training in the UPMC St. Margaret/WPIC combined family medicine/psychiatry residency program. His personal interests include improving the interface between mental and physical health and health care systems that improve patient care through integrating physical and behavioral health. While not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family, books, animals, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Mental Health Clinicians at Champlain Islands Health Center
Sarah Gerdeman, LICSW, LADC is a licensed clinical social worker and addictions counselor. Sarah has experience providing individual and group counseling to people with depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction and life stress concerns. She will be available to meet with new and existing medical patients at Champlain Islands Health Center and Riverside Health Center for counseling services. She received her master’s degree in Social Work from Syracuse University. She moved to Vermont in 1998 and is thrilled to be working so close to home.