Stories of Care & Discovery
The Road Forward: From Tragedy to Medical Residency
Only a small tracheotomy scar hints at how close Matt Miller, MD, came to losing his life in a bicycle accident nine years ago. Today, he channels his energy into a demanding medical residency in Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery. He’s putting…
To help the next skin cancer patient and honor those who “put the pieces back together,” John Reid makes a bequest to the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
A Lifeline for Struggling Families
When your five-year-old daughter is diagnosed with cancer, paying your electric bill is the last thing on your mind. When you are spending every night at the hospital with a premature infant, you don’t have time to think about how to pay for lunch.…
Dance the Night Away
A lot can be done in 12 hours—including dancing non-stop to support patients and families at UVA Children’s Hospital.
A Home Away From Home
If a child has been admitted to a hospital's intensive care unit, the only place a family wants to be is not far from his or her bedside.