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Division of General Medicine – Educational Highlights 2020

WHAT BECAME OF AIM? By Evan Heald We have all seen how COVID 19 has impacted our clinical care and research. It has affected our teaching missions as well. The…

Division of General Medicine – Clinical Highlights 2020

POST-ACUTE AND LONG-TERM CARE IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 By Laurie Archbald-Pannone In March 2020, our geriatric team, led by Dr. Archbald-Pannone and including Dr. Mutter and Dr. Harris (Pulmonary/…

Medicine Matters Newsletter – October 2020

The October 2020 Medicine Matters Newsletter features the Division of General Medicine. We welcome your feedback and continued updates, which can be sent to: Kim Kelley-Wagner at kak2cj@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu

Message from the Chair -October 2020

This month our focus is on the largest Division in the Department of Medicine. The Division of General Medicine, Geriatrics, Palliative Care and Hospital Medicine is led by Dr. Mo…

New Director of the Beirne B. Carter Center for Immunology Appointment

By David S. Wilkes, MD Congratulations to Coleen McNamara, MD, on her appointment as Director of the Beirne B. Carter Center for Immunology (“Carter Immunology Center,” or CIC), effective December…

Pam Schaefer Retires

It’s with mixed feelings of sadness and happiness that we announce that after so many years of service Pam Schaefer (Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health) will be retiring…

Message From the Chair – September 2020

Welcome to September and the beginning of fall. To say the least, this is an unusual and unexpected start to the academic year. We remain socially distanced, masked, and gowned…

Medicine Matters Newsletter – September 2020

The September 2020 Medicine Matters Newsletter features the Division of Nephrology. We welcome your feedback and continued updates, which can be sent to: Kim Kelley-Wagner at kak2cj@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu

Dr Robert Carey to Receive AHA Distinguished Scientist Award

Congratulations to Dr Robert Carey who will be receiving the American Heart Association (AHA) Distinguished Scientist Award for 2020. The award is the highest award given by the AHA in…

Retirement of Rachel Ann Hays, MD

By Brian Behm, MD Ann graduated Summa Cum Laude at East Tennessee State University in 1975 and then completed her MD degree, residency, and gastroenterology fellowship at the University of…