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The 2017-18 U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals” guide rates University of Virginia Medical Center as the No. 1 hospital in Virginia and honors 11 UVA specialties as among the best in the U.S. This is the second consecutive year UVA tops the Virginia hospital list.

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Brian Riemann breaking down the Biodex and it’s utility for sports medicine research https://t.co/PjU115pcEW

2018 Outstanding Medical Alumnus Award

February 17,  2018 — E. Thomas Newbill, MD ’79, is the 2017 Outstanding Medical Alumnus Award recipient in recognition of his loyalty to and leadership of the UVA Medical Alumni Association and Medical School Foundation. The award was presented on February 17 during the UVA Medical Alumni Association’s 2018 Winter Retreat. Click photo to read more.

UVA’s Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon Stephen Brockmeier, MD on shoulder replacement surgery: https://t.co/TkxFWod0ks

We had a BLAST last night at Hoos Coming to Dinner! Nearly 30 alumni from so many different classes attended and reconnected with old friends, met new ones, and got to catch up with Theresa Carroll from SON and hear all about what’s happening at the School. Thanks so much to our fabulous hostesses who made it such a wonderful night! . ROUND TWO tonight, HOOS Coming to Dinner at the Beale Home? Check out the event on our page for all the details. . . #uvanursing #uvaschoolofnursing #wahoowa #hooscomingtodinner

In a world obsessed with happiness, how do you find fulfillment? Join us tomorrow, Feb. 23 at the University of Virginia, to hear #TEDTalks speaker and journalist Emily Esfahani Smith on her search for meaning - not happiness. Brought to you by UVA's Center for Appreciative Practice.

Hassmiller, senior advisor for nursing and director of RWJF's Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, leads the foundation's strategies for improving care quality in the U.S. A former HRSA executive, Hassmiller has been active with the Red Cross, the 9-11 Commission, and taught nursing at both George Mason and the University of NB. The annual McGehee Lecture honors the life of Catherine Strader McGehee, a nursing student who passed away from breast cancer in 1999, and memorializes her commitment to nursing education, practice, and community.

"Listen to Your Heart" isn't just an 80s song. Know these heart valve disease symptoms: Shortness of breath, fatigue, chest pain, heart rhythm skips, lightheadedness or swollen feet, ankles or abdomen. See your doctor if you're having these & get regular checkups #ValveDiseaseDay #UVA #hearthealth

UVA Student Aims to Pursue Medicine on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Student experiences at UVA come in many forms. For Ted Obi, a psychology and pre-med student, his journey took him to Ghana for a telemedicine project supported by UVA’s Center for Global Health and the Parents Fund. Click the photo to learn more.

Casey: Kate gave up a kidney, Joe got another

Here's a heart-warming little story about love, karma, kidney transplants, and some health regained after a years-long struggle. Click the photo to read more.

Since 2007 #UVAChildrens Main Event has raised over $2.2 million #ForTheKids. #Thankful for our sponsors, supporte… https://t.co/OdxuTxPnPl