2023 Annual Report
The University of Virginia School of Medicine 2023 Annual Report has been published and includes an update on UVA’s mission to transform health and inspire hope for all Virginians and beyond.
Among the highlights:
- Newsweek named UVA Medical Center No. 1 in Virginia and No. 42 in the country. U.S. News & World Report ranked UVA Children’s Hospital No. 1 in Virginia for the third year in a row, and nine out of 10 pediatric specialties ranked top 50 in the country.
- UVA had an unprecedented 27% increase in research funding: from $226 million to $286 million. This level of growth in research in one year reflects the hard work of our existing physician-scientists throughout the School of Medicine and has a profound impact on improving the lives of patients and their families. Furthermore, UVA received a landmark gift from Paul and Diane Manning. With additional support from the Commonwealth, UVA, and UVA Health, this gift has catalyzed the commitment to build the Paul and Diane Manning Institute of Biotechnology, which should break ground by year’s end.
- UVA’s educational mission remains a strength, too, with innovative and transformational programs attracting the brightest and most talented learners. For the tenth consecutive year, the Graduate Medical Education program—which trains our residents and fellows—was re-accredited by the ACGME without a single citation.
- The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded a $5.1 million grant to the UVA Karen S. Rheuban Center for Telehealth, which will revolutionize rural healthcare via telemedicine. UVA also launched a new Center for Health Equity and Precision Public Health to improve the health and well-being of rural residents, the economically challenged, and minority groups across Virginia and beyond.
You can view a PDF of annual report online.
You can also watch Dean Kibbe’s 2023 State of the School address here.