Only 10 months ago, Sara Anderson could barely move her arm or hold a paintbrush. Today her paintings are selling out and raising funds for the VCU Health Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Sheryl Garland talks about her passion for helping improve access to care for the community served by VCU Health and why the health system’s commitment to continual improvement keeps her motivated to lead as chief of health impact.
Bill Belanich wants to help others breathe easier. He’s made a game-changing commitment to research and care for advanced lung disease that will ensure VCU Health remains a leader in providing respiratory care to patients.
A grieving husband finds solace in supporting VCU Massey Cancer Center after his wife’s death.
Pastoral care scholarship prepares chaplains to play invaluable role in health care, especially during the pandemic.
Expertise in the body’s inflammation responses positioned two researchers on the MCV Campus to play a leading role in evaluating potential treatments for severe COVID-19 patients in a global trial.
MCV Foundation trustee Richard P. Wenzel, M.D., M.Sc., is one of the leading infectious disease epidemiologists in the world. He shared expertise and guidance based on the latest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic.
A tragic personal loss has inspired one MCV Campus physician to establish a lectureship to help train and educate future doctors on addiction research and best practices.
Arun Sanyal, M.D., describes the early part of 2020 like seeing, without any defenses in place, an army advance around the globe toward Richmond.
Keeping VCU Health team members and patients healthy and safe during the pandemic required a creative approach to avoid supply chain issues and safely disinfect critical personal protective equipment for reuse.
Team members on the MCV Campus demonstrated their resourcefulness and quick thinking to build testing capacity for COVID-19 within two weeks of the nationwide crisis beginning last March. Learn more about the creative approaches in part one of a two-part series.
COVID-19 accelerated how one community-driven partnership is reimagining the way care is provided to vulnerable older adults through inclusion, inquiry and innovation.