COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Daily Updates and ResourcesCOVID Resources
We have increased our cleaning and disinfecting measures to make sure our hospitals and clinics provide a safe environment for your care.
Join Dr. Tamara Lawson as she walks you through the safety measures VCU Health is taking when you arrive downtown for surgery or a non-surgical procedure.Learn More
The Office of Research, Biomedicine, Innovation and Technology — ORBIT supports and promotes research, innovation and global surgical activities.ORBIT
The faculty and staff at VCU Surgery are committed to providing the highest quality of education and training for the future medical leaders of our country.Surgery Education
Patients who come to VCU Health for surgery gain access to some of the most skilled surgeons and ground-breaking procedures in the world.Clinical Care
In a series of filmed interviews, health care workers describe the emotional toll of COVID-19 and provide an intimate look at what it means to walk in their shoes.
Data shows that clinicians helping patients eat right and exercise has an even greater benefit for those at risk.
“It gave us a way to connect with other people in a time when no one is meeting,” said one student of the group’s conversations with Henrico retirees.
The occupational therapist and gerontology student has lived through several jarring life events — and on three continents — while taking classes at VCU.
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Make It Real Campaign for VCU raised $841,606,604, more than 112% of its $750 million goal, the university announced Thursday.
Should you be tested? What kind of test? What are the odds that you got it, too?
In a life that has taken him everywhere, Sgt. Henneh Adjei, a father of one and graduating VCU student, is ready to be where he’s needed most — home.
VCU Health neurologist Nicholas Johnson is co-leading an international study to understand myotonic dystrophy type 1, the most common form of muscular dystrophy, which has no cure.