The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine often partners with the community to enhance the quality of life and learning opportunities for its patients, students, faculty and staff, as well as the public at large.
Notable alumni include:
- Patch Adams, M.D., class of 1971
The medical school provides educational expertise and clinical services to the patients of the VCU Medical Center.
The medical center offers comprehensive contemporary medical services including the region's Level 1 Trauma Center, a Level 3 Neonatal Intensive-Care Unit, a translational research center, a comprehensive organ transplantation center, a research and rehabilitation center, a children's mental health facility, a burn care center, with a teaching hospital with 779 beds and 650 physicians. Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center is one of 35 designated Ebola centers.
VCU faculty staff the Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center and VCU faculty serve as national Veterans Administration directors for rehabilitation medicine, radiation oncology, primary care and residency education.
Third- and fourth-year School of Medicine students may elect to train at Inova Fairfax Hospital in Northern Virginia,
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine VCU
McGlothlin Medical Education Center (MMEC), 1201 E Marshall St., 4th Floor, Box 980565
Virginia - United States