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ERAS 2015 Tips, Tricks, & System Notices>>

The web-based ERAS system is new to us all. Here we share some tips and tricks suggested by users from our own insitution and beyond. Additionally, we will post updates from the system administrators as they are shared. Items will be added as they are provided to us.



Neurosurgery resident Lisa Feldman named to prestigious William P. Van Wagenen Fellowship

Dr. Michael Joyce, Resident in Emergency Medicine, was selected to receive the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) Scholarship the the Emergency Medicine Basic Research Skills (EMBRS) Workshops in November 2014 & April 2015; learn more about the workshops here: http://www.acep.org/embrs

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Welcome to the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals at Virginia Commonwealth University/VCUHS. Each year we welcome over 200 residents as new members to our housestaff team in all medical specialty areas. At MCVH/VCUHS, you will be a member of the Healthcare team that is responsible for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of our patients’ medical problems.

Often, you will be the first physician or dentist that many of our patients will see and, as such, you will be representing VCUHS to your patients. The high quality of medical care that you provide to each of your patients will reinforce the national reputation that MCV Hospitals has for excellence. It is this excellence that encourages you and your colleagues to select our medical or dental school and hospitals for your graduate medical or dental education. We are pleased that you are here and want to thank you for choosing our institution. We also want to express our appreciation in advance for all of your work in the treatment and care of the sick while at MCV Hospitals/VCUHS. This is felt on behalf of the patients, your colleagues, faculty and administration.

We are available to help you make this a very productive and beneficial year in your medical training.