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.

These are our stories

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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Vivian Pinn, MD, eventually became the first director of the Office of Research on Women’s Health at @NIH #UVA https://t.co/KDS1WFaGoI

Vivian Pinn, MD, was the sole minority and female member of the #UVA School of Medicine's class of 1967. We were honored to have her here today for our dedication of Pinn Hall @uva

Honored to be in the presence of Dr Vivian Pinn. I can because she already did! Walking in the path of her legacy… https://t.co/asoc6idpvw

Kudos to pediatrician Nancy McLaren, recognized by @cvillepride for her work with the #LGBTQ community https://t.co/1RwO4KSaTl

New Technique Lets Doctors Predict Disease Severity

Researchers have found a way to predict patient outcomes and disease severity in many genetic conditions, including Alzheimer's, cancer, obesity and more. Click the photo to learn more.

#TeamTuesday: Emergency department technician Schuyler Wong describes his job as “doing whatever I can to make life easier for the doctors, nurses, patients and family.” That even includes vehicle repair, as Schuyler was recognized as a Uteam Member of the Month (our version of Employee of the Month) after a patient’s family member discovered his tire was flat and Schuyler changed it for him. The family member described Schuyler as “one of the nicest and most helpful people I have met.” Schuyler has been working at UVA for four years and also works in our Life Support Learning Center. When he’s not working, he volunteers with the rescue squad and enjoys cooking.

September is #OvarianCancer Awareness Month. Knowing your family history helps you assess your risk https://t.co/olZFXe1ohD #cancer