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.
Those who support the MCV Campus at VCU Health do so because they believe in the VCU Health mission, which is to preserve and restore health for all people, to seek the cause and cure of diseases through innovative research, and to educate those who serve humanity.
This Halloween will mark the fourth year in which the Powhatan community has come together to scare up a stack of bones to help fight sickle cell disease.
This October, we honored and thanked one of VCU Health’s longest-serving and most generous donors — the MCV Hospitals Auxiliary.
On Sept. 26, we celebrated our ninth gathering of healthcare discovery and dialogue with the Williamsburg community. Making it our largest turnout ever, about 200 people attended the MCV Foundation Discovery Series event.
This September marks the 35th annual National Sickle Cell Awareness Month. Today on the MCV Campus, the Florence Neal Cooper Smith Professorship is an instrument through which donors can directly support continued advancements in treatment and research of the disease, leading to reduced numbers of those who suffer, and hopefully even to a cure.
World Physical Therapy day is Sept. 8, and this week at VCU Health’s Neuroscience, Orthopaedic and Wellness (N.O.W.) Center, patients and therapists shared some of the reasons physical therapy is important in their lives.
This June, Vic Harper's family, friends and neighbors met at the Country Club of Virginia for the third annual Harper’s Hope Golf Tournament and Auction to continue working toward making his hope a reality.
Kathryn Holloway, M.D., is an electrician who specializes in what has been called the most complicated object in the known universe – the human brain.
MCV Society members were recognized, including Dr. Walter Lawrence Jr., recipient of the MCV Society Lifetime Achievement Award.
MCV Foundation board member Charles Crone has organized 5K runs to benefit the VCU Massey Cancer Center for three decades.
MCV Foundation co-sponsors Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race.