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By Dr. Thomas Yeh Content originally published on Richmond.com. It’s easy to lose your perspective in the rush of surgery. As a children’s heart surgeon, it has been my life’s greatest privilege to be part of many wonderful moments that changed lives for thousands of patients in Toronto, Louisville, Dallas, New Orleans, and now, in Richmond. Recently, a patient gave me pause to step back, savor the moment, and celebrate... View Article

Nov 22 2016

By Dr. Thomas YehContent originally published on Richmond.com.It’s easy to lose your perspective in the rush of surgery. As a children’s heart surgeon, it has been my life’s greatest privilege to be part of many wonderful moments that changed lives for thousands of patients in Toronto, Louisville, Dallas, New Orleans, and now, in Richmond.Recently, a patient gave me pause to step back, savor the moment, and celebrate the wealth of... View Article

Nov 22 2016

By Lisa CrutchfieldPhotography by Allen Jones, VCU University MarketingContent originally published by VCU School of Medicine in 12th & Marshall. On normal days, pediatric hospitalist Dr. Clifton Lee, dons his usual white coat and gathers the students and residents for the morning’s rounds. The associate professor is known in the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU for his compassionate and family-centered bedside manner when visiting patients.But one day a year, things... View Article

Nov 18 2016

Sydney Williams loves to laugh and is known for making friends wherever she goes. Her positive spirit and great personality are among the many reasons certified physician assistant Jennifer Newlin nominated her for our 2016 calendar. Sydney has the most common and severe form of sickle cell disease. She’s been coming to the ASK Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Clinic at CHoR since she was diagnosed with this inherited condition just... View Article

Nov 2 2016