Advancing Children's Health

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Our clinical team has the privilege of helping to train promising future pediatricians and specialists. These residents and fellows come from near and far for comprehensive, hands-on education at CHoR. Get to know them in this spotlight series over the next several months. Christa Tabacaru, MD Pediatrics Resident, PGY 2 I grew up primarily in Peoria, Arizona and went to Arizona State University for my undergraduate studies. I then attended... View Article

Sep 21 2017

Before bidding farewell to this year’s graduating pediatric residents and fellows, we took an opportunity to celebrate the hard work and achievements of all of our future pediatric doctors over the past year. Congratulations to the following award recipients, who were honored at this week’s ceremony: Kyle Trowbridge, MD David Draper Award recognizes a pediatrics or medicine-pediatrics intern who exemplifies Dr. Draper’s professionalism, excellent patient care and dedication to clinical... View Article

Jun 9 2017

As Dr. Jared Klein completes his pediatric residency at CHoR and prepares for graduation this weekend, he shares some of his serious and not so serious observations from his time as a senior resident: Two years ago, I wrote a resident blog post titled “Jared’s top 10 observations about starting intern year.” Now that I am at the end of the road of residency, I thought I’d share a follow-up... View Article

Jun 8 2017

Less than a month following VCU Health’s recognition with the DeWitt C. Baldwin Jr. Award for exceptional medical education, Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU (CHoR) proudly announces its incoming class of pediatric and med-peds residents. These future pediatricians will join the CHoR team in June for continued and comprehensive hands-on education. “By choosing to complete their residencies at CHoR, these talented individuals will experience tremendous opportunity in the field... View Article

Mar 24 2017

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education has presented VCU Health with the second annual DeWitt C. Baldwin, Jr. Award. This award recognizes institutions with accredited residency and fellowship programs that are exemplary in providing a respectful, supportive environment for medical education and the delivery of patient care.   At Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, we are excited to be a part of VCU Health, an academic medical center... View Article

Mar 14 2017

Dr. Stefanie Reed is a pediatric chief resident at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU.I was recently out to lunch with some friends and the topic drifted to alternative careers – ‘the fallback plan’. Everyone else had ideas – from a chef or event planner – to an author. When it was my turn I thought really hard. I enjoy a lot of hobbies, but I honestly couldn’t name a... View Article

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