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UVA Children’s Completes First Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant, Progressing Toward Filling a Key Gap in Care for Virginia Children
85% of Virginia children needing allogeneic transplants travel outside the state to receive them. UVA Children's completed an important milestone toward meeting this need.
When a Children’s Hospital Advocates for Children With Spinal Muscular Atrophy
How one of only a few multidisciplinary treatment programs for SMA in Virginia cares for children throughout the region.
UVA Surgeons Are Expanding the Pool of Organs for Kids & Adults With Pediatric Domino Liver Transplant
In lieu of more donors, UVA Children's transplant specialists are bridging the organ gap by innovating new ways to broaden the pool. These complex procedures are improving organ allocation for both kids and adults throughout the region.
UVA Health is a Global Referral Center for Children Born With Aural Atresia
Aural atresia can inhibit childhood speech development. UVA Health is one of the only programs in the world restoring hearing to children through canalplasty, an innovative repair surgery.
UVA Children’s Named No. 1 Children’s Hospital in Virginia by U.S. News & World Report
This is the first year U.S. News has done a state-by-state ranking of the nation’s best children’s hospitals.
Newsweek Names UVA Medical Center to Best Maternity Hospitals 2021 List
UVA was recognized for providing safe, high-quality care to mothers and newborns.