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
Please enjoy this video which represents the core mission, vision and values of the Department of Surgery.Learn More
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
The Office of Research, Biomedicine, Innovation and Technology — ORBIT supports and promotes research, innovation and global surgical activities.ORBIT
All Hands on Deck: Tackling Covid-19
The entire Department of Surgery has stepped up in ways unimaginable to tackle this monster together. We want to especially recognize the following team members for stepping up to lead us through this "all hands on deck" action.
Vigneshwar Kasirajan, MD
Chair, Department of Surgery
The institute is part of a new partnership that has been awarded a $354 million U.S. Department of Health and Human Services contract to prevent domestic shortages of critical medications.
This new phase will be just as challenging as the shutdown, health experts and business leaders say. “The psyche of business owners and consumers is very fragile right now.”
Leading and creating systems of compassion results in better care, according to a VCU College of Health Professions expert in a recent paper.
Soon, clinics across the state will have access to interpreters, physicians, nurses, mental health professionals, dietitians, social workers, and more through Zuhayr Shaikh’s growing network.
Tools that help people recovering from addiction get through their day-to-day lives are largely applicable during this time of social isolation.
A VCU class, Digital Media Strategies for the COVID-19 Crisis, is helping people learn how to effectively communicate in unprecedented times.
The online sessions are free and open to the public and will cover topics including safely reopening businesses and health disparities during the pandemic.
Tip No. 1: Be intentional about your space and activities while spending so much time together.