Category: Pediatrics (Page 3)
Get to Know: Plastic Surgeon Jonathan S. Black, MD
Find out why Black opted to uphold a family tradition, which clinics he calls home and what’s involved in repairing cleft palate.
UVA Pediatric Endocrinology Expands, Adding Staff and Services
New division head David Repaske, MD, PhD, is overseeing a period of growth, adding pediatric endocrinology services to new sites, enriching offerings at existing clinics and improving response time.
UVA Ranks In 95th Percentile for Breastfeeding Care
UVA ranked in the 95th percentile in a survey of 2,666 hospitals conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Addition of Unique Subspecialties Adds Depth to Pediatric Neurology Program
By adding new faculty members with unique subspecialties and advanced training, the Pediatric Neurology Program continues to expand its services.
UVA Launches Children’s Hospital App
UVA introduces a tool that will allow parents and families to personalize their hospital experience.
Two UVA Children’s Hospital Specialties Honored in U.S. News ‘Best Children’s Hospitals’ Guide
Neonatology and pediatric urology specialties at UVA are nationally ranked in the 2014-2015 U.S. News & World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals” guide.
New Scheduling System to Streamline Referral Process
New scheduling system coming soon will improve access to clinics and customer service, reduce no-show rates and ensure efficient clinic activity.
Specialized Intensive Care for Pediatric Heart Patients
A new pediatric cardiac intensive care unit will promote individualized care for those with complex cardiac needs.
Heading Off Developmental Delays In Children with Congenital Heart Disease
Neuro-Cardiac Clinic provides early neurodevelopmental assessment and direct access to support services.
Introducing: The Battle Building at UVA Children’s Hospital
The new home for more than 30 of our pediatric specialty clinics, is now open to patients.