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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have put together an interesting infographic regarding lung cancer. Take a look! There is some great information about who should have lung cancer screening performed. Call 434.924.9333 to make an appointment with our Lung Cancer Screening Nurse Practitioner if you are interested in being screened.

Fiercely proud of UVA Health System's stellar RN Jbone Barty -- who conceived of 'The Pause' and who's one of just 6 nurses from across the US to be nominated for the The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare's Compassionate Caregiver Award for 2017. University of Virginia nurses are the BEST!!

We continue to be immensely proud of Clinical Ambassador Jonathan Bartels (Jbone Barty). He's been named one of six finalists for The Schwartz Center's National Compassionate Caregiver of the Year Award! The Award recipient will be announced and honored this week in Boston. Thank you for your commitment to helping and healing others through extraordinary acts of compassion - well-deserved, national recognition! Please join us in congratulating Jon!

Congratulations to Dr. Arun Krishnaraj for winning the Dean's Award for Clinical Excellence 2017. Well deserved Dr. K!

National ‘100 Great Heart Programs’ List Features UVA

Becker’s Hospital Review has named the University of Virginia Heart and Vascular Center at UVA Medical Center to its list of 100 great heart programs. Click the photo to learn more.

The road forward - an inspirational story about one UVA Resident and those who helped him recover @uvahealthnews

Trial looks at focused ultrasound to treat metastatic breast cancer

Researchers at the University of Virginia Health System are looking into using a scalpel-free surgery to identify and destroy metastatic breast cancer cells using heat and the body's immune system. Click the photo to learn more.