Schools, Centers, Institutes & Departments
Centers & Institutes
The Center features a board certified facial plastic surgeon who specializes exclusively on cosmetic and reconstructive procedures of the face and neck.
Patients treated in Hemangiomas and Vascular Birthmarks Program are evaluated by doctors from several specialties, each of whom provides special skills in managing vascular birthmarks.
The Pediatric Otolaryngology Division Provides comprehensive care for the treatment of childhood disorders of the ears, nose, throat, face and neck.
The Skull Base Surgery Division offers a multi-disciplinary team approach for the management of complex disorders involving the skull base.
The VPHTC is a collaborative project with a mission to develop the existing public health workforce as a foundation for improving the public health system and the health of all people in Virginia.
The Glennan Center is renowned for its education of future health care professionals, to serve the growing population of older Virginians.
The Department has an experienced, integrated faculty for the management of patients with varied head and neck diseases.
The Otology-Neurotology Division offers diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the ear, hearing and balance system, facial nerve and related structures in both children and adults.
The mission of the HIV/AIDS Resource Center is to provide training, education, and information to health-care industry professionals who care for people infected with HIV.
Our approach provides patients with a team of highly qualified physicians, nurses, counselors, and laboratory personnel to assess individual needs related to Assisted Reproduction Technology.
The Center promotes patient safety and clinical excellence through simulation and advanced educational technologies for training and assessment of healthcare professionals.
The Division of Sleep Medicine (DSM) provides educational opportunities in sleep medicine to EVMS medical students of all levels and to residents.
Strelitz Diabetes Center is comprised of a renowned international team of endocrinology experts working for a cure to diabetes and preventing its debilitating complications.
The Center is a multi‑disciplinary coalition of clinicians and basic scientists whose mission is to discover new knowledge to benefit patients with blinding eye disease.
The Tidewater Center for Life Support is a training department within EVMS that provides a variety of both CPR and advanced courses to residents, staff and the general public.
The Voice Center at Eastern Virginia Medical School has been organized to diagnose and treat a wide variety of voice disorders that affect both voice professionals and the general public.
The Department of Dermatology actively attempts to answer questions about the biology of the skin and the process of diagnosis.
Emergency Medicine at EVMS provides a comprehensive approach to the discipline of Emergency Medicine, providing leadership in clinical, academic and pre-hospital services.
We promote the health of our local and global community by leadership in transformation of clinical practice and educational models, and in scholarship to improve patient outcomes.
The Department of Internal Medicine is one of Eastern Virginia Medical School's founding graduate medical education training programs.
We are dedicated to research in infectious disease, immunology and cancer biology and teaching the next generation of health professionals.
Members of the Neurology department offer preclinical and clinical instruction in neuroscience, physical examination and diagnosis, teaching conferences and elective rotations.
Our goal is to provide a first class training and research experience for future obstetricians and gynecologists, preparing them equally well for both academic and private pursuits.
The Thomas R. Lee Center for Ocular Pharmacology seeks develop treatments for chronic and blinding diseases of the eye, and will devote much of its energy to glaucoma.
The Ophthalmology Program at Eastern Virginia Medical School provides competent, ethical ophthalmic care to patients over a large catchment across the Hampton Roads community.
We endeavor to explore and advance the science of disorders of the ear, head and neck and to provide superior education for medical students and residents.
The mission of the Department of Pathology and Anatomy is the advancement of knowledge of both normal and pathological structures and processes in human biology.
We promote the health of infants, children and adolescents through education, research, clinical care, advocacy and global outreach.
The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specializes in comprehensive medical care for those with physical and functional impairments due to injuries or diseases.
Physiological Sciences faculty with expertise in biochemistry, pharmacology and physiology provide instruction to, and research training of, medical and health profession students.
In addition to our essential role in medical student education, the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences houses major educational/training programs.
The department uses the most advanced techniques of delivering therapeutic irradiation for the treatment of malignant disease and some benign conditions.
Radiology is a medical speciality that employs a variety of imaging techniques to guide the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
EVMS Health Services surgeons are nationally recognized for their clinical research, education of students and residents, and patient care.
We are committed to providing the highest caliber of specialized urologic care in the region, excellence in education, and advance knowledge through research.
Eastern Virginia Medical School is dedicated to medical and health education, biomedical research, and the enhancement of health care in the Hampton Roads region.
EVMS' School of Health Professions provides progressive, nationally recognized graduate training at facilities throughout Hampton Roads.
Living in Hampton Roads
Home to EVMS' main campus, Norfolk is the second-largest city in Virginia and is considered to be region's cultural, historical, educational, financial, and medical centerpiece.
A cosmopolitan resort city positioned at the confluence of the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Beach offers the best of coastal living to tourists and residents alike.
Historic neighborhoods, miles of waterfront, and an array of renowned dining options are just some of the features that make life in Portsmouth unique.
Steeped in natural wonder and situated along the Intracoastal Waterway, Chesapeake offers family-friendly neighborhoods and amenities and caters to the outdoor enthusiast.
Though it is the largest city in Virginia, Suffolk offers no shortage of small-town charm. A rich blend of history, agriculture and southern hospitality give this locale its unique character.
Located in the middle of the Tidewater region, Hampton residents enjoy close proximity to all southeastern Virginia locales. The city is known for its unique cultural and historic attractions.
A historic city set on the banks of the Hampton Roads harbor, Newport News is characterized by its vibrant downtown, an abundance of distinctive neighborhoods, and a diverse array of industry.
Poquoson is a quaint coastal community with a laid-back atmosphere where residents enjoy a low crime rate, affordable housing, a world-class public school system and 84 miles of sparkling shoreline.
Though best known as an world-class tourist destination, Williamsburg and neighboring Yorktown and Jamestown offer up plenty of reasons for potential residents to call the Historic Triangle home.