Advancing Compassionate, Comprehensive Patient Care
How do we define exceptional care?
Patients thrive under the care of physicians and nurses who are specialists in their fields. They also benefit from having access to the latest treatment and research options available. This is exactly the kind of care UVA strives to offer all our patients. We also search for new and innovative treatments and cures, some of which come from our own laboratories. We offer and participate in clinical trials that bring new hope to patients.
In addition to saving lives, we work to improve the ways we deliver care, such as completing our new Battle Building at UVA Children's Hospital to consolidate outpatient care for children and their families. In cancer, diabetes, emergency medicine, ophthalmology—and all across the Health System—opportunities exist to improve patient care. Three Centers of Excellence—cancer, cardiovascular medicine, and the neurosciences—are already engaged in building their capacity.
At the same time, in the School of Nursing, the Compassionate Care Initiative focuses on developing new models for end-of-life care for patients and creating and sustaining resilient practitioners.
We couldn't do all this without you.
What Your Gift Can Do
- Purchase lifesaving, state-of-the-art equipment
- Create a fund for overnight family stays
- Brighten up a waiting room
- Stock a library with patient education materials
- Send a dedicated nurse to a professional conference
Become a Partners in Health at UVA
UVA's Partners in Health share our passion for saving lives and enhancing good health. Some are grateful patients or their families who have experienced first-hand UVA's excellence and commitment. Others have learned of our national reputation as a leading academic medical center. What these benefactors have in common is the desire to make a difference in someone's life.
Your contribution to Partners in Health at UVA can be used where the need is greatest, or you can designate a specific area that has special meaning to you. Gifts may also be used in memory or honor of a physician, nurse, or loved one.