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study suggests that aggressive treatments for high blood pressure may be damaging patients' kidneys. https://t.co/IfLFeCy4JJ
April Howell’s heart and vascular colleagues say she “has an innate ability to make all our team members feel welcomed and included in our efforts to serve the patient” and is great at cheering up people who are having a bad day. That’s partly why April is one of just 11 UVA employees to receive the University’s highest honor, the Leonard W. Sandridge Outstanding Contributor Award. She views the award as a reflection on her entire team #TeamTuesday #cardiology #UVA
UVA Earns National Award for Care of Heart Attack Patients
University of Virginia Health System has been recognized for its care of heart attack patients with a national award by the American College of Cardiology. Click the photo to learn more.
Four UVA Children’s Hospital Specialties Nationally Ranked by U.S. News & World Report
Four specialties at University of Virginia Children’s Hospital are ranked among the top 50 nationally by U.S. News & World Report. Click the photo to learn more.
Happy Father's Day! This is one of our favorite recent stories about a local dad, pastor and patient.
June 12-18 is Men's Health Week. Heart disease, the number one killer of men and women, can lead to heart attacks. Here's what you need to know.
Study: Michigan Heart Surgery Outcomes Improved After Medicaid Expansion
The study compared patients in Michigan, where Medicaid expanded, and Virginia, where it did not. Click the photo to learn more.
Congratulations to our heart failure team!
The Superhero Heart Run - Richmond is less than two weeks away! We'd love to have you on the UVA Hearts Team.
UVA School of Medicine kidney research has unexpectedly led to a discovery about the formation of the heart, including the identification of a gene responsible for a deadly cardiac condition.