Surgery Alumni

The Department of Surgery is very proud of our vast network of alumni, originating back to 1845 when the Egyptian Building was established as the first permanent hospital of the Medical College of Virginia. 

Learn about our alumni, their career paths, and how you can stay connected to the Department after graduation. As alumni of the department we value hearing about your success, please keep us informed about where you are and what you're doing so we may share your success with your fellow alumni.

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Alumni by Division

Contributing to Surgery Education

Support students following in your footsteps by making a gift to the VCU Department of Surgery.  Every gift to the Department of Surgery sustains the educational mission and continues our tradition of excellence in research and patient care. 

How to Support

History of Surgery Chairs

1838 – 2013

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History of Surgery Chairs
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Humera Surgical Society

Established in 1965 to honor the incredible legacy of Dr. David Hume, the Humera Surgical Society serves as an alumni association for those who received their surgical training from the Medical College of Virginia. Each spring, members join together to celebrate Dr. Hume at the Humera Annual Meeting.

Humera Surgical Society

Keeping Up with VCU Surgery

Department Newsletter

Keep up with faculty news, residency education, surgery research and more!

Annual Report

VCU Surgery has seen significant growth in our core missions of innovation, education and clinical programs.

Humera Surgical Society

The Humera Surgical Society honors Dr. David Hume's memory with yearly meetings designed to foster intellectual curiosity and rekindle friendships