"17-year-old Ashley knew "something needed to be done" when the scale reached 235 lbs. and she was morbidly obese."
Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU receives state's first & only designation as a pediatric Level 1 trauma center
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU received provisional designation as a Level I pediatric trauma center. This is the first provisional designation offered by the state in pediatric trauma medicine. LEARN MORE
VCU News: November 2015
VCU has only accredited adult and adolescent bariatric surgery center in Virginia: Learn More
Can select isolated pediatric closed head injuries be safely managed on a nonsurgical service?
Dan W. Parrish, MD, Shannon Rosati, MD, Malkit Singh, MD, Jeffrey Haynes, MD
Scientific Session 6: INFORMATICS AND TRAUMA CARE
Implementation of Pediatric Cervical Spine Clearance Guidelines at a Combined Trauma Center: 12 Month Impact
Shannon F. Rosati, MD, D. Parrish, MD, R.S. Maarouf , MD, Luke Wolfe, MS, M. Poppe, BS, R. Manners, BS, K. Brown, BA, J. Haynes, MD
The Pediatric Trauma Society Inaugural Meeting is the only meeting for pediatric trauma professionals to convene as a unified society — Learn More