Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)
Virginia Commonwealth University is a public research university composed of two campuses:
The Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCUHS)
The Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCUHS) is one of the nation's premier academic medical centers. The MCV Campus houses nearly 100 specialty clinics and patient care centers, many of national and international reputation. In addition to multidisciplinary centers for cancer, cardiology, neurosciences and transplantation, VCUHS also offers virtually every form of contemporary medical service, including allergies, burns, breast health, glaucoma, infertility, nutrition, orthopedics, pediatrics, and stroke.
The School of Medicine
The VCU School of Medicine is one of 125 fully accredited medical schools in the United States, and one of three medical schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Medical and dental undergraduate students can access course content on-line through the school's electronic curriculum website and on-line Pathology laboratories.
The School of Allied Health Professions
Clinical Laboratory Scientists have been trained on the Medical College of Virginia Campus of VCU since 1927.