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Grateful for the amazing legacy of Dyan Aretakis, a passionate advocate for teen health care, who impacted so many… https://t.co/j6p77wJIEo

Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy recently recognized us as its 22nd certified care center for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Patient Xander Little and his dad, Coulter, joined our team for the ceremony.

@NovantHealthUVA Welcome to the Novant UVA family and the expanding specialty services offered to our community

A new discovery from @MedicineUVA's Anindya Dutta gives us a promising new target for developing treatments for the… https://t.co/0ud6CX2NtB

Get to Know: Pulmonologist Imre Noth, MD, MS

Imre Noth, MD, is an expert on interstitial lung diseases with a special emphasis on idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. He has joined UVA as chief of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Click the photo to read more.

UVA Children's Hospital miracle kid Luke Michael lit our tree during our annual Lights of Love celebration. For a $10 donation, you can hang an ornament with the name of someone you'd like to honor, celebrate or thank. Call 434.924.5251 to donate; donations support programs for our patients and families.

UVA Medical Center Holds Lights of Love Ceremony

It's looking more like Christmas at UVA Medical Center on Tuesday, December 11, with the snow and and Christmas tree. Click the photo to read more.

Congratulations to @MedicineUVA Dr. Tania Thomas on her @GIDIuva iGrant. Tania and her collaborator in Pakistan wil… https://t.co/eGXQL9Oi1A

#TeamTuesday: Julie Perry used to be a teacher. One day, she and another member of her church went to visit the women's prison in Fluvanna County. There, Julie recalls, she realized what ministry could be and she "felt called." She describes it as "the earth was moving under my feet." She went back to school, seeking a master of divinity from Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (BTSR), and ultimately became a chaplain at the prison. Now, she's one of our four full-time staff chaplains and primarily works with cancer patients. Because she often works with patients through their cancer journey, she gets to know them really well. Our chaplains support patients from any religion or faith or no religion. Julie helps patients and their families work through their questions and find acceptance and peace, and she considers it a privilege to work with them. Julie did some of her training at UVA and worked at the Fluvanna prison for six years, which she loved. However, she wanted to work in medicine again and pursue research and education opportunities, so she returned to UVA in 2015. She's currently working on a doctor of ministry degree. Julie and her husband have two adult children and a granddaughter, with a grandson on the way! She loves sewing, being outside and spending time with her family.