Affiliated Rotation Locations

The majority of inpatient medical rotations will be done on the Chippenham/Johnston-Willis Campus.  All inpatient pediatric and OB/GYN experiences are also at CJW Medical Campus

 
 
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Chippenham Hospital

 Chippenham is an HCA-affiliated 466-bed, Level II Trauma Center, and the campus includes Levinson Heart Institute as well as the Tucker's Psychiatric Pavilion.  This is the main hospital where most of the inpatient rotations occur, including Obstetrics and Pediatric rotations.


Johnston-willis hospital

This is a 292-bed HCA-affiliated, Level III Trauma Care Center located in Chesterfield County.  As an upper-level resident, any clinic patients that are admitted will be cared for on our service.  Johnston-Willis is also home to the Neuroscience and Gamma Knife Center.

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chesterfield family practice

Our current clinic facility opened its doors to patients in 1978, and has been a mainstay in the Chesterfield community.  It continues to be a busy outpatient practice serving a broad area and diverse population.  There is a LabCorp facility within the building allowing for easy access for our patients.

virginia complete care for women

Located within Chippenham Hospital, Virginia Complete Care for Women provides comprehensive OB/Gyn care for the community.  Dr. Diaz is part of this practice, which is located just below the Labor & Delivery floor.

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vcu children's pavilion/hayes e. willis clinic

These two facilities comprise the outpatient pediatric rotations in residents' upper level years.  In 2nd year, residents will spend a month in the recently built Children's Pavilion in downtown Richmond, working alongside VCU pediatric residents and attendings.  Third year residents rotate in Hayes E. Willis Clinic for one month.

crossover clinic

This is a free clinic that provides medical care to those in need in the City of Richmond.  Residents will spend a rotation working here, and are free to spend their electives gaining more experience in underserved medicine if they so desire.