Combined Internal Medicine & Geriatrics Program Clinical Sites

Hofheimer Hall at EVMS

Hofheimer Hall is the home for The Glennan Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology.

Sit-Down Rounds are held on the second Tuesday of the month in the Fletcher Conference Room.

The Memory Assessment Clinic is located on the fourth floor.

Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital

The facility focuses on transitional care, rehabilitation and recovery services, functioning like an acute hospital without emergency room services or surgical suites. Lake Taylor provides diverse exposure to patient types such as long-term care, skilled nursing care and transitional hospital care.

Lake Taylor offers general rehabilitation for post-hospitalization patients suffering from stroke; orthopedic patients after neck, back, hip and knee surgeries; amputees; and chronic and palliative care, as well as other neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders.

Daily rounding with the attending physician and patient care responsibilities for skilled patients, acute care and long-term care patients are provided. The attending geriatricians and trainees provide bedside care and consultation in various treatment areas within Lake Taylor. There is also interaction with and participation in care planning and family meetings, wound care, speech therapy session, respiratory therapy, physical therapy and discharge planning. Lake Taylor provides a rich environment for patient care, interdisciplinary team involvement and practice and system-based learning

Hampton Veterans' Administration Medical Center (VAMC)

Hampton Veterans' Administration Medical Center has 142 acute beds in medicine, surgery psychiatry and neurology; 234 extended care beds in intermediate medicine, palliative (hospice) care, spinal cord injury and nursing home care; and a 294-bed rehabilitative residential care domiciliary for a total of 670 operating beds.

Established in 1870, Hampton is the fourth oldest V.A. hospital in the country. The 33 major buildings are located on an 83.5-acre campus facing the Hampton Roads harbor and bordered by Interstate I-64. Hampton VAMC has an $82 million operating budget and has approximately 1,200 employees. We train 50 medical residents, 100 medical students, and over 600 allied health professionals each year. Research emphasis is on diseases related to aging and nutrition.

Oakwood Nursing Home

This 60-bed facility provides diverse exposure to general rehabilitation for post-hospitalized patients with stroke; orthopedic patients after neck, back, hip and knee surgeries; amputees; and those needing chronic and palliative care, as well as other neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders. Weekly rounding with physician and nurse practitioner and patient care responsibilities for skilled patients and long-term care patients are provided.

Sentara Norfolk General Hospital

Sentara Norfolk General Hospital is a 644-bed tertiary care facility that is regionally and nationally known for many of its programs. It is the region's main tertiary care center and the primary teaching hospital for undergraduate and graduate education at EVMS.

Special services available include the Nightingale Air Ambulance, which serves the hospital's busy Level I Trauma Center. The new Sentara Heart Hospital has active programs in invasive and noninvasive cardiology, open-heart surgery, heart and lung transplant and cardiac rehabilitation. The hospital also has an active kidney transplant service, as well as on-site programs in sleep medicine, epilepsy and oncology.