Tomorrow can’t wait.

At UVA Health System, we are taking a critical look at what has come before to discover, research, teach, and care for patients in an entirely new way. You can help.

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From treating sore throats to transplanting tiny beating hearts, UVA Children's Hospital experts can handle most anything, helping our smallest patients live healthier ever after.

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A huge thanks to Pre-Teen Miss Greene County Brianna (UVA NICU grad herself) for donating a big collection of newborn socks, onesies and blankets for our patients. We love to see our former babies making a difference in the world!

Too Much Coffee: Protecting Yourself & Your Kids From Caffeine Overdose

Could a caffeine overdose kill your child? Dr. Holstege explains why you should worry more about sleep cycles for both you and your kids. Click the photo to learn more.

It's finally #fall at The Alyssa House! We're excited to continue helping immunocompromised children and their families! . . . #thealyssahouse #nonprofits #cancersupport #cancersucks #fall #uvachildrens #uvahealthsystem #transplant #nonprofit #children

UVA Partners with Another Children's Hospital to Enhance Pediatric Care

Groundbreaking collaborative work that will enhance service and care to some of our pediatric patients!

CHKD, UVA Form Network to Enhance Pediatric Care in Virginia

University of Virginia Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters will establish a network dedicated to improving children’s health. Click the photo to learn more.

Scary trips to the OR are made less scary with Halloween costumes! Pumpkins really do make everything better! #childliferocks #childlife #distraction #halloweenplay

Conor was born with maple syrup urine disease, which can cause major health problems. But because of UVA Children's Hospital's partnership with Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, he got a liver transplant within a few weeks of going on the waiting lists.

UVA Teen and Young Adult Health Center to Hold 10th Teen Culture Conference

The University of Virginia Teen and Young Adult Health Center will hold the 10th Teen Culture Conference on October 9. Click the photo for more details.

Approximately 1 in 3 U.S. parents or caregivers has low health literacy, meaning they have limited ability to understand basic health information so they can make appropriate decisions for themselves and their children.