Medical Schol Stafford G. Brown, Jr., MDHampton Roads Radiology Associates Across the country, less than six percent of all physicians are Black, compared to about 14 percent of the population as a whole. More alarmingly, that figure has barely budged in more than 120 years, according to an April report in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Another study … [Read more...] about Hampton Roads Medical Scholars Institute
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Congratulations, it is an Honor to FeatureShelby M. Wall, MSN, NP-C, RN Hospital MedicineSentara Norfolk General Hospital One patient inspired Shelby Wall to assume a leadership role in Sentara Heart Hospital’s push to help heart failure patients avoid readmissions.The woman was struggling with heart failure, and Wall soon learned that her husband was hospitalized with … [Read more...] about ADVANCED Practice Providers
By Matthew R. Staul, E.A., M.B.A. The Virginia Economic Development Partnership offers a Real Property Investment Grant for qualifying businesses located in Enterprise Zones throughout the state of Virginia. Many Enterprise Zones exist throughout the Hampton Roads area, most of which are located in Hampton and Newport News. Virginia started offering this grant to encourage … [Read more...] about The Real Property Investment Grant Is Your Practice Eligible?
By Scott Bradley, MD Too often, patients with knee pain give up hope of relief if they can’t or prefer not to have a surgical procedure. However, a wide range of conservative therapies can significantly improve joint pain and range of motion in osteoarthritis patients. The most commonly known treatments are medications, physical therapies and steroid injections, but … [Read more...] about Easing Knee Pain with Non-Surgical Treatments
By Michael A. Danso, MD The advent of immunotherapy and genomic analyses of cancer cells has led to a rapid evolution in treatment options for patients with triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC). Recent and ongoing clinical trials have identified multiple therapies that may help cure more early-stage patients with this often-aggressive cancer, a form prevalent in both … [Read more...] about Clinical Trials Driving Improved Survival Rates in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer