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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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The UVA Medical Alumni Association was pleased to sponsor a reception yesterday for underrepresented students, housestaff and faculty of the UVA School of Medicine. Student members of SNMA, LMSA, and qMD were in attendance, along with Dean David S. Wilkes (seen here with SNMA president Jewel Llamas). Thanks to everyone who joined us! To learn about upcoming events, visit #uvamed #SNMA

UVA Joins AVIA to Speed Innovation

UVA Health System will work with AVIA to evaluate, select, and scale digital solutions to improve patient care, promote wellness and improve access to care. Click the photo to learn more.

We think this condition is really rare — but it might just be that it's not well-studied #UVA #rarediseases

Our @virginiafootball friends came to visit some of our smallest patients last Friday before their first game! It's officially fall and we can't wait to hang with these guys at "Football Huddle" every Friday before home games! Go Hoos! #uvahealthsystem #forthekids #childliferocks #FootballHuddle #UVAFootball

The 4th Annual Hoos Heal 5k to benefit the UVA School of Nursing is less than a month away - Saturday, September 30th! The race is fun and family-friendly, but also features fast and accurate electronic timing. The course is located on Grounds and is designed for runners and walkers of all abilities. Sign up today!

"UVA Telemedicine travelled with Care for Peace to Myanmar to assess technology and connectivity in the Rakhine State. From the former capital of Yangon we took a flight to the coastal city of Kyauk Pyu. Our trip continued via supply boat, traveling with the tides through a mangrove forest to a shipwright's village. Another fifteen minutes via motorbike brought us to Pantaw Pyin village. After visiting a medical clinic built by Care for Peace we were invited to lunch at the local buddhist temple, only to find a little piece of home." Thomas Corey Video Systems Engineer Karen S. Rheuban Center for Telehealth | UVA

'Hoos on Capitol Hill? UVA Nursing, of course! #DNP student Kimone Reid, who, with American Nurses Association president Pam Cipriano, visited with Mark Warner, Senator and U.S. Senator Tim Kaine to discuss current legislation and health policy. Thanks to ALL for meaningful opportunity to talk on topics from palliative and hospice care misconceptions to the RN Safe Staffing and Home Health Care Planning and Improvement Bill (Title VIII). And fiercely proud of our national connectivity and exceptional student and faculty leaders.