Right Here in RichmondChildren's Hospital of Richmond at VCU is dedicated to advancing children's health for families right here in Richmond—and beyond. From the specialized care of babies born prematurely to the management of sickle-cell anemia and the separation of conjoined twins—a robust continuum of care is available in Richmond.
Trace is ready to play just about anywhere.
But when he needed pediatric heart care, Richmond was the place to be.
Trace is an active and healthy 1-year-old, but days after he was born, a congenital heart defect almost put his future in jeopardy. Specialists right here at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU repaired Trace's infant heart, ensuring years of play to come.
Jasmine draws fashion inspiration from all over the region.
But when it comes to sickle-cell anemia, her icons are here in Richmond.
Whether Jasmine is experiencing pain, shortness of breath or even feeling a little scared, she turns to the experts right here in Richmond – even if she does think their scrubs need an update!
Football takes Dusty and his mom all around the region.
But when Dusty suffered a concussion,they traveled to Richmond.
When a three-helmet collision injured Dusty's brain, Charlene wanted him to have the care of an ImPACT Certified TBI and concussion clinic. They found the brain injury specialists they needed at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU.Read more about Dusty and Charlene.
No matter the place, these sisters stick together.
So when they needed emergency care, they both headed to Richmond.
When Abigail and Emily needed emergency care, their mom drove them 80 miles from South Hill to Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU. The specialists and nurses knew just how to make things better, while treating the sisters with compassionate care.
Travel takes the Belmonte family to distant locations.
But they stayed in Richmond when Santiago needed specialized care.
When Paula went into labor early, the Belmonte family needed help for both Paula and Santiago. They found the best care right here in Richmond.
Read more about Paula and Santiago.