UVA Surgeon First in Virginia to Utilize New Device to Treat Complex Cerebral Aneurysm
The Comaneci device offers a temporary scaffolding during the coiling procedure, which is particularly beneficial when an aneurysm is large or has a wider neck.
UVA Health Now Releasing Patient Clinical Notes and Test Results to MyChart in Compliance with 21st Century Cures Act
UVA Health has worked to overcome minor technological barriers and establish new protocols that makes this process seamless for providers and their patients via the EpicCare electronic medical record system.
Update: UVA Health Response to COVID-19
Learn how UVA Health is making an impact in the midst of this global health crisis.
UVA Receives Highest National Honor for Nursing Care
Only around 10% of U.S. hospitals have earned Magnet® recognition.
Watch: Anthony Fauci, MD, Discusses COVID-19 at Recent UVA Medical Center Hour Lecture
The talk was the UVA School of Medicine’s 2020 Hayden-Farr Lecture in infectious diseases, jointly sponsored by the UVA Department of Medicine.
Wendy Horton Named CEO of UVA Medical Center
Horton joined UVA Health in April as the Medical Center's Chief Operating Officer. She has been actively involved in helping lead the organization through the crisis of the coronavirus pandemic.
With New Surgeon On Board, UVA Gynecologic Surgery Program Moves Toward Minimally Invasive Approaches
Laura Homewood, MD, specializes in the treatment of large uterine fibroids, endometriosis, as well as ovarian pathologies like ovarian cysts.
Is Transplant an Option? Alternative Therapies for Patients with Type 1 Diabetes
The goal of transplant is to replace the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas that are destroyed by the immune system. This can now be done two ways: a solid organ transplant or islet cell transplant.
School of Medicine Dean, David S. Wilkes, MD, Elected to the National Academy of Medicine
Being elected to the National Academy is of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.
An Expanding UVA Heart & Vascular Team Includes New, Highly Skilled Subspecialists
Get to know past president of the American College of Cardiology, Michael Valentine, MD, and sports cardiologist Michael Ayers, MD.