The annual scholarship brunch provides an opportunity for donors to the five health sciences schools on the MCV Campus at VCU Health to meet the students who are benefiting from their gifts and investments.
The MCV Foundation’s director of gift planning Jane Garnet Brown met recently with nonprofit legal expert Bill Gray to explore what recent tax reform means for charitable giving.
Seth Spencer, having completed his first year as a student at VCU School of Medicine, is staying on the MCV Campus this summer to begin his fight to ensure young people in the future won’t have to face what he did.
Attorneys are partnering with doctors on the MCV Campus to address legal issues facing patients that sometimes create barriers to getting healthy.
The life-saving care that Bob Hershberger received at VCU Health following a cardiac arrest inspired him and his wife Margaret to give back in support of research and future patient care.
Extending the fight against prostate cancer by supporting research at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
The VCU School of Nursing Clinical Scholars Program, which the MCV Foundation honored and raised funding for at its December board meeting reception, provides grants and other resources to support clinical faculty projects and recruitment at the school.
Making sure medications get to the right place in the body for optimal treatment is an ongoing concern in healthcare. In aerosol treatments intended for the lungs, 60-90 percent of the medication is wasted and never reaches its target in adults.
2017 has been an amazing year on the MCV Campus at VCU Health. As we continued to support the region’s only comprehensive academic health center by inspiring philanthropic contributions and sharing the stories of life-saving global impact, the campus’s progress toward reaching goals for improving patient care, research and education has been substantial.
A year of celebration culminated on Dec. 2 as the VCU Health Hume-Lee Transplant Center commemorated 60 years of milestones and second chances.
This Dec. 3 marked the 50th anniversary of the world’s first successful human-to-human heart transplant. The procedure’s success was one of the most significant healthcare advancements of the 20th century, and a former Medical College of Virginia surgeon named Richard Lower, M.D., is considered one of its chief architects.
VCU Health and Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University celebrated the ribbon-cutting for their new Virginia Treatment Center for Children on Nov. 17.