Category: News Briefs
Melina R. Kibbe Named Dean of UVA’s School of Medicine
Kibbe is an outstanding clinician, researcher and highly respected educator. She will serve as the 17th dean of the UVA School of Medicine and chief health affairs officer for UVA Health.
Join a Virtual Panel Discussion on Bias, Prejudice and Racism Directed at Healthcare Providers
At this upcoming virtual event hosted by UVA Health, a panel of national experts will discuss a recent case study of patient bias against a healthcare provider at a major academic institution.
UVA Health Designated a Center of Excellence for Treating Cerebral Cavernous Malformations
UVA is the only Center of Excellence in Virginia and in the southeastern U.S., and one of just eight centers nationally.
What Your Patients Can Expect from the Epic Upgrade
The updates are primarily cosmetic, with minor functionality changes to improve usability.
With Drug Overdoses on the Rise, Upcoming Event Aims to Help Patients Dispose of Prescriptions Safely
UVA will host a Prescription Drug Take-Back Day event to make it easy for patients to eliminate unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs from their medicine cabinets.
UVA Experts to Tackle COVID-19 Vaccine Questions In Virtual Town Hall
Encourage your patients to register for an upcoming town hall series addressing their questions and concerns about COVID-19.
Update: UVA Health Response to COVID-19
See the latest news updates to learn how UVA Health is making an impact in the midst of this global health crisis.
U.S. News Physician Survey Now Open: Submit Your Vote Today
Votes cast in the survey are used to calculate a hospital’s reputation/expert opinion score for each specialty, which influences a hospital’s overall ranking on the annual Best Hospitals list.
Newsweek Names UVA Medical Center to Best Maternity Hospitals 2021 List
UVA was recognized for providing safe, high-quality care to mothers and newborns.
How to Refer High-Risk COVID-19 Patients for Monoclonal Antibody Drugs
UVA Health is offering monoclonal antibody drugs for appropriate patients with COVID-19 who are at highest risk for developing severe symptoms and requiring hospitalization.