Virginia

Address: 1300 Jefferson Park Avenue 4th Floor
Charlottesville, VA 22908
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Main Hospital Phone Number: (434) 924-1234
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About
As part of an esteemed educational and research institution, University of Virginia (UVA) Plastic Surgery offers patients access to unsurpassed expertise and technology. In addition to being a group of exceptional surgeons with a breadth of hands-on experience, our team includes thought leaders whose research and innovation have national and international influence. Our residency program carries our surgeons’ unmatched expertise and innovation into the next generation of plastic surgeons. At UVA Plastic Surgery, each patient we serve receives a world-class plastic surgery experience and the best results possible from our team of exceptional plastic surgeons in Charlottesville and Fishersville serving Richmond and Harrisonburg, VA; Augusta, GA; Washington, DC; and beyond.
Our History
Rooted in academia, our plastic surgery practice began in 1956 with the appointment of the University’s first academic plastic surgeon Dr. Claude C. Coleman. In 1970, UVA’s then-chairman of surgery Dr. William Muller, Jr. recruited Dr. Milton T. Edgerton, Jr. to establish a department of plastic surgery at UVA. The two doctors had become friends during their residency training at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Edgerton, Jr. left the position he held for 23 years as head of Johns Hopkins’ Division of Plastic Surgery to create the new department at UVA.

The UVA Department of Plastic Surgery became one of the first independent plastic surgery departments in the country. Dr. Edgerton, Jr. went on to create a microvascular laboratory that has actively trained plastic surgery, orthopaedic, and urologic residents and medical students for more than 30 years. He also restructured and revitalized the residency training program, eventually training more than 40 residents and fellows.

In 1988, Dr. Raymond F. Morgan became Chair of the Department of Plastic Surgery and trained over 50 residents and fellows while directing a growing faculty. At UVA, Dr. Morgan helped establish one of the first integrated residency programs in the country while maintaining the independent training track. He maintains a busy clinical practice in both hand and plastic surgery while continuing to educate fellows, residents, and students. In March 2017, Dr. Thomas Gampper was appointed as Chair of the Department of Plastic Surgery

Together, Dr. Morgan and Dr. Gampper founded the Aesthetic Center at the University of Virginia, known today as UVA Plastic Surgery. This team is dedicated to continuing UVA’s reputation of excellence as this rapidly growing area of medicine evolves.
Our Research
At UVA Plastic Surgery, research is an integral part of our mission. We are directly involved in pioneering surgical techniques, medical products and technology that improve surgical outcomes and the lives of our patients. Dr. Patrick Cottler and Dr. Angela Piñeros-Fernandez both serve as assistant professors of research. Dr. Cottler is director of resident research as well.

The Department of Plastic Surgery’s research programs involve our faculty, residents, medical students, and undergraduate students. We also collaborate with faculty in other departments. Our laboratories include:

Plastic Surgery Tissue Engineering Laboratory
Vascular and Tissue Bioengineering Laboratory
Wound Healing Laboratory
The Nettie Marie Jones Microsurgery Laboratory

An important component of our research involves clinical trials. If a new treatment is successful in the laboratory setting, our doctors test it on people in a clinical trial. At UVA our research has resulted in discoveries, treatments, and advanced procedures that have helped to improve medicine in Virginia, the United States, and around the world.

Learn more about our research activities.
Our Residency Programs
An invaluable role of our practice is educating the next generation of plastic surgeons: our residents. Plastic surgery residents are physicians who have completed prerequisite training in general surgery or related fields and have elected to continue training in plastic surgery. The University of Virginia Department of Plastic Surgery offers both an integrated and an independent residency program. Both programs are accredited and designed to provide a broad education in plastic surgery. Through these programs, our residents gain the knowledge and skills required to perform a complete range of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. All instruction is provided by board-certified plastic surgeons, most of whom have additional training in highly specialized areas of plastic surgery.

Our Chief Residents’ Clinic offers patients a full range of plastic surgery procedures at a significantly reduced rate. By choosing one of our residents for plastic surgery, patients receive quality service and care with at least 40% of the plastic surgeon’s fee being waived. A highly experienced faculty physician oversees the entire procedure to provide the resident with education and assistance. The faculty physician is also involved in preoperative visits and postoperative care.

Address: 1000 East Broad Street
Box 980646
Richmond, VA 23298
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Main Hospital Phone Number: (804) 628-0027
Specialty Unit Webpage: https://www.chrichmond.org
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At Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU we nurture the champion in every child.
We fight the forces that threaten them—however complex the condition or elusive the cure.

We build communities of wellness.

To heal the hurt of broken bones, broken hopes and broken systems.

We practice with rigor and love, to restore young bodies, minds and spirits with the tenacity to take on the world.

Only to find their spirit compels us to care in ways that overcome the impossible.
Proud to be Richmond’s children’s hospital
Children and families come to us from Virginia, across the U.S., and often from out of the country. We cover nearly every pediatric health care need under the sun – from casts to cancer – from simple to complex – we do everything in our power to give kids a shot at a healthy future.
Fast facts about CHoR

We’re honored to earn awards and certifications that recognize us as national leaders in pediatric care, not for the shiny badges but for you.

Level 1 pediatric trauma center as designated by the American College of Surgeons and VA Department of Health (first in Virginia)
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-accredited CF Care Center
American Diabetes Association designated diabetes education program
Magnet Recognition Program awarded by the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center
Baby-Friendly designation by the World Health Organization and United Nations Children’s Fund

As part of VCU Health, we are committed to ensuring access to care for all children, training future pediatric caregivers and making new discoveries that improve understanding and treatment of childhood diseases.
Our mission, vision and values
Mission
The health of all children is our number one priority.

Vision
To be a national leader in children’s health through excellence in patient care, education and research.

Values

Service: We provide exceptional service by treating the whole child and family, not just the illness or injury in order to create a comfortable, caring, healing experience.

Trust: We earn trust by working with families as a team and delivering on our promises.

Attitude: We display a positive attitude while being open-minded, inclusive and welcoming.

Respect: We respect the role and contribution of every member of the health team and all individuals who work to better the lives of children.

Address: 5801 Bremo Road
Richmond, VA 23226
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Main Hospital Phone Number: (804) 285-2011
Specialty Unit Webpage: https://www.bonsecours.com
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Overview

Our developmental and behavioral pediatricians work alongside families, therapists, schools and community resources so we may better provide a full spectrum of services. From evaluations to ongoing monitoring and management of children with a variety of special needs, our staff brings good help to your child from birth into adulthood.
Services We Offer
Equipped with a Developmental Assessment Clinic, our pediatric physicians and team of therapists can evaluate children from birth to two years of age who are at high risk for developmental conditions.

Our staff will monitor the developmental growth of your child, and if needed, will recommend further evaluation and the appropriate therapy.

We understand that for many families raising a child with developmental and special needs, there are tremendous physical, emotional and financial challenges.

Why Choose Bon Secours?

At Bon Secours, we believe every child should receive the personal attention they deserve to meet their individual needs. We’ve assembled an experienced medical team ready to administer the compassionate, personalized care your child needs. Access to child-life specialists, nutritionists, social workers and nurse navigators makes us well-prepared to care for children with special needs.

Address: 1906 Belleview Avenue, SE
Roanoke, VA 24014
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Main Hospital Phone Number: (540) 981-7000
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Carilion Children’s Child Development clinic provides neuro-developmental assessment and evaluation for a variety of suspected developmental disabilities and learning disorders.

Based on your child’s individual needs, we’ll do our best to evaluate his/her strengths and weaknesses in many areas of functioning.

Our multidisciplinary team incorporates child psychology, educational consultation, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, pediatric nursing and clinical social work.

We work closely with an education specialist who offers school-based recommendations and coordinates follow-up plans to ensure implementation.

If you are a medical professional, please visit our For Professionals section to find information about our clinical departments, academic activities and career opportunities.

Address: 601 Children’s Lane
Norfolk, VA 23507-1910
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Main Hospital Phone Number: (757) 668-7000
Specialty Unit Webpage: https://www.chkd.org/
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“At CHKD, working to improve the lives of our community’s children is a twofold endeavor, deeply ingrained in our mission, our history and our daily work.”
– Jim Dahling, CHKD president and CEO
Vision:
Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters Health System will lead the region as the preferred provider of quality children’s health services.
Mission:
In leading the region in the provision of children’s healthcare services, CHKD will:

Deliver excellence in quality and service as we continually measure and improve our outcomes;
Evolve and enhance services in response to the needs of children and the advancement of science;
Educate the next generation of leaders in children’s health;
Be the healthcare employer of choice; and
Collaborate with others to attain our vision.

Address: 3300 Gallows Road
Falls Church, VA 22042
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Main Hospital Phone Number: (703) 776-4002
Specialty Unit Webpage: https://www.inovachildrens.org/
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About Inova
Inova is Northern Virginia’s leading nonprofit healthcare provider, recognized in 2019 by U.S. News & World Report which named Inova Fairfax Hospital the #1 hospital in the Washington, DC region. All five of Inova’s hospitals hold five-star rankings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Our mission is to provide world-class healthcare – every time, every touch – to each person in every community we have the privilege to serve.

 

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