Our residents train two of the most outstanding medical centers in the region - MCVH Hospitals, which are ranked #1 in Virginia by U.S. News & World Report, and the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Hospital.
VCU Medical Center
- One of the largest and most active teaching hospitals in the nation
- Central Virginia’s only Level 1 Trauma Center
- Most comprehensive academic medical center in Virginia
- National Research Corporation Consumer Choice Award — 2001, 2002, 2006, 2008
- VCU Institute for Women’s Health (one of 18 National Centers of Excellence)
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Palliative Care Leadership Center (one of six in the nation)
- A six-time recipient of the Working Mother magazine "100 Best" award that recognizes companies across the nation who are dedicated to a culture that encourages work/life integration.
- Since 2006, consistently named the Greater Richmond Area Employer of Choice by the Richmond Human Resources Management Association and the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce.
- In the Spring of 2007, 2008, and 2009 the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) announced that VCUHS is one of 30 companies in the nation demonstrating a commitment to advancing women throughout the ranks of our organization.
- VCU Medical Center has been ranked in the Best Hospitals in the country by U.S. News and World Report for four consecutive years.
- VCUHS is a designated Magnet facility and a multiple time winner of the Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility.
Visit the VCU Medical Center website to learn more about its state-of-the-art facilities.
Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Hospital
On average, residents spend 40 percent of clinical time at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
- First Veterans Affairs hospital to perform heart transplants
- Department of Veterans Affairs designation as both a Diabetic and Geriatric Center of Excellence
- Parkinson’s disease research, education and clinical center
- One of the four VHA-designated Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers
- Active women’s health center
- Total beds: 399
- Acute patient care
- Continuous ambulatory care
- Geriatrics and nursing home care
- Intensive care
For more information, visit the Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center website.