Special Message Regarding Coronavirus Pandemic and Racial Injustice

VCU Urology is committed to providing the absolutely highest level of care to all patients regardless of race, color, creed, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

We strive to diversify our workplace at all levels including staff, faculty, and trainees. The clinical, hospital, and academic environment will be a safe place for all people to feel comfortable and able to receive the expert level care that our urologists provide. We will follow all guidance in regard to infection prevention and ensure that our patients are safe and provided state of the art urology services either in person or by telehealth.

M3 Urology Clerkship Syllabus

The Division of Urology at VCU School of Medicine provides direct exposure to our subspecialty for medical students during their surgical rotations. Medical students who choose urology as their subspecialty elective spend two weeks functioning as members of the urology team at either the MCV campus or the McGuire VA hospital campus.

Exposure to pediatric urology is only available at the MCV campus. Students with a known interest in pediatric urology should therefore make a specific request for this rotation. However, depending on student volume and interest, we may not be able to accommodate every student request. Prior to the onset of their rotations, students should contact (via pager or email) the current chief resident for their specific location to coordinate a meeting time and place for their first day of service. Our academic office (West Hospital, 7th floor: 804-628-3629) can provide contact information for the current chief residents. Learn more about VCU Health.

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Contact Us

Abigail Lafoon
Program Coordinator
804-828-3273
Fax: 828-2157
Abigail.Lafoon@vcuhealth.org