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“UVA Orthopedics is humbled to be recognized again by Becker’s Hospital Review for our exceptional, comprehensive patient care and outcomes in all orthopedic specialties, particularly hip and knee joint replacement,” said Bobby Chhabra, MD, chair of UVA’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. “This is an outstanding honor for our faculty, our healthcare team members and our partners from across the UVA Medical Center and UVA Health System who work diligently each and every day to provide the highest-quality care and service to patients throughout Virginia and beyond.”
Our Host Program has made almost 70 successful matches this year between alumni hosts and fourth-year UVA medical students traveling on residency interviews. The program has helped students like Sarah Hakkenberg, SMD'18, seen here with alum Dennis Pevarski MD’92, at his home in Asheville, North Carolina. Thanks to Dr. Pevarski and all of our hosts for making this program happen.
Learn more about the Host Program on our website at UVAMedAlum.org.
UVA’s School of Medicine earned Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine for the sixth straight year. “To receive this award six years in a row reflects the School of Medicine’s dedication and commitment to diversity and inclusion,” said Dr. David S. Wilkes, the school’s dean. “This is a great team effort. Our faculty, staff, and students consistently keep our core institutional values of respecting everyone at the forefront of what they do.”
Meet Andrea Garrod, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and a recipient of the Gutgesell Teaching Award in recogn… https://t.co/3bVfS9jOsn
Marcus Martin, MD, became the first African-American graduate of the emergency medicine residency program at the University of Cincinnati, the first African-American president of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, the first African-American president of the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors, and the first African-American chair of a clinical department at the UVA School of Medicine. Here's the story of how he got there.