Our partnerships and collaborations mean patients in other areas of Virginia can experience UVA’s expertise closer to home.
Bon Secours Health System
This collaboration gives patients a variety of specialized services, including interventional neuroradiology, care for pediatric infectious diseases, pediatric genetics, and heart care at Bon Secours in Richmond.
Our partnership with Centra Health brings patients in Lynchburg and southern Virginia better access to advanced and highly specialized care. Patients with blood disorders, kidney transplant needs, high-risk pregnancies, gynecologic cancers, stroke, and dialysis needs can now get care close to home.
Riverside Health System
The strategic alliance between UVA Health and Riverside Health System makes it easier for eastern Virginians to get innovative care for complex medical conditions, like transplantation, and have access to the latest clinical trials. The first collaborative clinical service includes a broad range of cardiothoracic surgical services. Additional collaboration areas include clinical program development, research, and medical education.
Regional Radiosurgery Services
Keeping care close to home, we help offer state-of-the-art stereotactic radiosurgery for patients with brain tumors and other brain disorders at Chesapeake Regional Healthcare.
Winchester Medical Center
We provide management services and medical direction for the stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiotherapy services at Winchester Medical Center.
UVA Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital
Our expert team has extensive experience in today’s most advanced therapeutic methods and technologies.
Hospice of the Piedmont
Hospice of the Piedmont collaborates with us to provide a 10-bed inpatient hospice unit at the UVA Transitional Care Hospital called the Center for Acute Hospice Care.
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
In this partnership with the UVA Children's, the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC brings expertise from the country’s first comprehensive pediatric transplant center to Virginia. This expansion increases access to and enhances the quality of UVA's pediatric liver transplant services.
Virginia Congenital Cardiac Collaborative
UVA Children’s, Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters, and Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU have a regional collaborative for pediatric congenital cardiac care. The collaborative combines the efforts of pediatric cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, cardiac anesthesiologists, intensive care physicians, and cardiac support professionals from all institutions with the goal of improving outcomes for children with complex congenital heart defects, ensuring that no family needs to leave Virginia for the best in pediatric cardiac care.