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Obituaries » Barbara A. Rouleau

The family of Barb Aicher Rouleau is honored to have shared our lives with one of the most amazing and accomplished members of our community. Barb entered the field of nursing at the University of Vermont and in 1990, obtained her B.S. in nursing and health education. While working as a critical care nurse in Boston, and Saratoga, she continued her studies and obtained a master’s in nursing education from Sage Graduate School.  She applied her clinical experience to IDX Systems’ first online patient record.  When UVM created their first certificate program for nurse practitioners, she jumped at the opportunity and re-entered the clinical world. After providing care to our community, she was again asked to re-enter the world of health care software; this time the focus was on preventive health. Barb was one of the first two to graduate and earn the title of Doctor of Nursing Practice. Working closely with her peers in the UVM College of Nursing, her vision and purpose became more defined. She then became an assistant professor and joined a team of dedicated nurse practitioners that would capture national interest and admiration as they created the first university-owned family practice with a mission to teach while providing care. Constantly leading by example, she taught advanced nursing classes while managing a full patient load. She shaped the school nursing position at Christ The King School, served on the Green Mountain Health Care Board, volunteered for her children’s soccer programs and Rice Stunt Night. The greatest source of pride for Barb has always been her family; husband Ray and children Christian, Evan and Ali.

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