Four UVA Children's Hospital specialties will be listed in the 2017-2018 U.S. News & World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals” guide.
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By taking a closer look at two cases of Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma, both teen patients referred to UVA Children’s Hospital, we can get a better understanding of when to consider brain tumor as a potential diagnosis.
The 2016-2017 “Best Children’s Hospital” guide from U.S. News & World Report highlights four nationally ranked specialties at UVA Children’s Hospital.
Two clinicians at UVA Children’s Hospital are working to strengthen the link between parents and providers after the patient is discharged from the hospital.
While this transfer process is very similar to our adult inpatient transfer process, there are some differences you need to be aware of.
UVA pediatric endocrinologist helped create a new MetS Severity Score that is more specific in terms of gender, race and ethnicity, and can be used to assess risk over time.
Find out why Zlotoff considers education to be an integral part of his practice.
UVA Children’s Hospital and UVA Women’s Services have earned a prestigious designation for providing the highest level of care for new mothers and their babies.
Learn more about Dr. Mahaney, who will be working alongside John Jane, Jr., MD, to treat epilepsy, tumors, spinal conditions, congenital abnormalities and more.
UVA specialists will provide evaluations and comprehensive condition management for children with all types of congenital and acquired heart conditions.