Breaking The Silence: Domestic Violence
Breaking the Silence, an OurHealth special feature, explores medical and social issues that can be devastating to the individuals and families they affect. In each feature, we address topics no one wants to talk about. That is, until now.Be the first to comment! Read more...
In 2016, our New Kitchen, New Nutrition, New You series puts the focus on helping you get healthier in the kitchen — one ingredient at a time. Each edition of OurHealth will highlight small changes you can make in your food prep and shopping habits that can add up to a major positive impact on your nutrition and health. Read more..
June is Men’s Health Month. But it’s not the only month men should do their health justice. Despite popular opinion, men need to take care of themselves. Read more..
Part I of OurHealth magazine’s four-part series — "How to in Healthcare: A Step-by-Step Guide to Pursuing a Career in Medicine" — examined how students can begin preparing for a healthcare career as early as high school. It appeared in the April/May 2016 issue of OurHealth magazine’s Richmond edition and focused on building a foundation for success and making high school curriculum count. Read more..
Primary care physicians are our partners on the road to good health. They urge us to get our vaccinations and preventive health screenings. They’re the ones reminding us to eat healthy and exercise. Read more..
Medical expertise and quality compassionate care should always go hand-in-hand when it comes to senior care. The 2016 Senior Living Awards, presented by OurHealth Richmond magazine and CBS 6, gives the opportunity for the community to recognize local senior health communities, services and providers for their exceptional service and care to seniors. Read more..
Local Health Updates
- HCA Virginia Names New Chief Nursing Officer for Chippenham Hospital
- HCA Virginia Names New Chief Operating Officer for Parham Doctors’ Hospital
- VCU Health Selected for Multi-Site Demonstration to Transform Complex Care
- VCU Health Home to One of Nation’s Busiest Deep Brain Stimulation Surgeons
- HCA Virginia’s Henrico Doctors’ Hospital Earns Level II Trauma Designation
- VCU Program That Trains Leaders, Advocates in Field of Childhood Disabilities Receives $3.1 million