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“We must dare to be great; and we

must realize that greatness is the fruit
of toil and scarifice and high courage.”
-Theodore Roosevelt

Photo Credit: Lena Rivera

DGIM NEWSLETTER SPRING 2016
NEW INFORMATION REPOSITORIES

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

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GIM is pleased to announce the unveiling of a brand new
VCU Wiki Site and RamPage (nicknamed the WikiRamPage)!
Though the two sites are linked, the RamPage and WikiSite
serve different purposes:

WikiSite:

RamPage:
Photo Credit: Lena Rivera

NEW ONLINE INFO REPOSITORIES

DIVISION HIGHLIGHTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

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SCHOLARSHIP & RESEARCH UPDATES

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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Public website
DGIM overview
Communications materials
Events
Faculty advancement and
development resources
• Scholarship and research
resources
• GenMed podcast
• DGIM Grand Rounds slides

• DGIM-only website
• Administrative documents
and forms
• Details on special events
• Upcoming meetings and
conferences
• Staff roles and contact
information
• Division Meeting slides

Check out DGIM WikiRamPages HERE!
Please email DGIMWikiRamPage@vcuhealth.org if you have any
suggestions for the DGIM WikiRamPage.

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DIVISION HIGHLIGHTS

Our goal is to continue
expanding this as a platform
for our colleagues, to
continue showcasing their
expertise to the world.
-Dr. Steven Bishop

GenMed PODCASTS REACHES
2,137* DOWNLOADS
*As of 3/15/2016

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e are elated to announce the GenMed
Podcast has reached 2,137 downloads
worldwide since the podcast’s launch this
past September! This is a great accomplishment and
tremendous start towards the goal for the GenMed
Podcast to reach 10-15 thousand downloads. This
feat shows noteworthy opportunity for DGIM to
reach audiences on a global scale. “I’m glad to
see that so many people are finding the podcasts
useful and interesting!” said Dr. Bishop, “Cracking
2,000 downloads is a nice milestone but we’re just
getting started!” DGIM is taking advantage of this
opportunity by transforming DGIM Grand Rounds
presentations into podcasts as well as utilizing the
podcast as an outlet to present non-peer reviewed
work/innovations.

Many thanks to Dr. Megan Lemay’s
contribution to the podcasts by stepping in to
author show notes. Also, many thanks to Melinda

Gills-Beck, Lena Rivera, and Ally Abruzzo for
editing support!
The podcast gives you the chance to:
• Share your expertise with your peers
• Acquire ideas and tips to advance your skills
• Connect with colleagues working on projects
of interest
In order to keep up the momentum of the
GenMed Podcasts, DGIM needs our help. Here
are some ways you can help DGIM continue to
reach various audiences globally:
• Subscribe to the podcast and rate it on
iTunes!
• Share podcast announcements on social
media
• Participate as an expert on an episode
• Develop a topic and record your own
episode, we will help you!
Tune in to the GenMed podcast at:
DGIM WikiRamPage and iTunes.

QUARTERLY DIVISION MEETING PRESENTATION
AVAILABLE ON WIKIRAMPAGE

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GIM is pleased to announce that we recently held our Quarterly Division Meeting on March 15
where we presented division updates and accomplishments. This presentation includes crucial
updates in: Clinical Services, Ambulatory Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Scholarship,
Faculty Advancement, Faculty Development, and the WikiRamPage.
The Quarterly Division Meeting presentation will soon be included on the new DGIM WikiRamPage so be
on the lookout!

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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT & ADVANCEMENT
FACULTY ADVANCEMENT

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he Faculty Advancement Committee (FAC),
comprised of senior faculty within the
Division, held its inaugural meeting at the
start of March. The Committee strives to develop
a mentorship framework, create opportunities to
strengthen faculty’s academic advancement, and
advise the Division Chair of the candidacy of faculty
for promotion. Committee members include: Drs.
Alan Dow, Chair, Colin Banas, Stephanie Call,
Jeff Kushinka, Bennett Lee, and Wally Smith.
More information about the Committee and the
Divisional approach to faculty advancement can be
heard on a recent episode of the general medicine
podcast. The next meeting will be held in June.

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

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he Faculty Development Committee’s (FDC)
mission is to provide DGIM faculty with tools
and opportunities that encourage personal
growth, foster camaraderie within the division, and
support professional development in the areas
of clinical work, education, and scholarly activity.
Committee members include: Drs. Amanda
George, Reena Hemrajani, Manpreet Malik,
Laura Paletta-Hobbs, Christine Huynh, and
Catherine Good.
The FDC assists with the development of
successful and personally rewarding careers for
junior, mid-career, and senior faculty.

The FDC is involved in: Planning the DGIM Annual
Retreat, organizing retreat follow-up meetings,
creating a list of projects for faculty development,
creating surveys or other feedback methods to
determine faculty needs, providing content for
already existing structures within DGIM, and
notifying faculty of upcoming events within DGIM,
A positive recommendation should be made such as services, trainings, etc.
when the candidate meets each of the following
FDC members are currently building a mentorship
conditions:
structure within DGIM as well as collaborating
• Satisfactory or better on all criteria
with FAC to make faculty aware of Tenure and
Promotion needs and requirements. FDC is
• Very good or excellent on at least two of tackling these tasks by meeting 1-2 times a month.
the following criteria: teaching, scholarship
and service for non-tenure track faculty, Also, keep an eye out for more details on the
whose special mix of duties allows minimal FDC Retreat September 18, 2016 at Wyndham
effort (10% or less) in a criteria, a rating of Virginia Crossings.
satisfactory will be sufficient in that area.
You can find more information on the FAC and
As you think about your own advancement, keep
in mind the following School of Medicine criteria
for advancement to Associate Professor. The
performance of the candidate should indicate a
sustained record of professional achievements in
teaching, scholarship, and service.

• Excellent in either teaching or scholarship FDC on the DGIM WikiRamPage
or, for non-tenure track faculty with a
Please note: Faculty members who have been at
majority of effort designated in service,
VCU since July 2011 or before will have the choice
excellence in service.
of being reviewed under the old (2009) or new (2014)
policy until 2018.

Professors
n=5

Associate Professors
n=7

Assistant Professors
n = 46

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• User-friendly system
allows you to stop and start
at your convenience and
print CE certificates right
from your account.
• Case study based
education is specialty
specific, engaging and
represents actual medical
malpractice claims.
QUESTIONS, please
contact:

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE RISK
EDUCATION COURSES

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CV Physicians has partnered with ELM
Exchange to develop a med mal liability risk
reduction program for attending physicians
and advanced practice providers who obtain their
med mal coverage through MCVP. Online liability
risk education is one of the most common loss
prevention initiatives used by self-insured entities.
These courses are now available online at
http://mcvp.elmexchange.com.
The window for completion of assigned
courses is 4 months. (From February 10, 2016
through May 31, 2016); Professional Liability will
calculate the return of premium due to each clinical
department based on the number of providers
who completed the online courses within the fourmonth window. All MCVP attending physicians
and advanced practice providers have been
pre-registered. ELM also tracks provider
completion rates, and sends email reminders to
providers who have not completed their courses.
PROGRAM FEATURES
• Minimize your medical malpractice liability
exposure and gain confidence understanding
the intersection between medicine and the
law.

Phone: (888) 315-4356
Email: elmsupport@
elmexchange.com
Visit: www.elmexchange.com

NEW ARTS PROGRAM GOING
INTO EFFECT JULY 2017
Allocation of 10% ARTS Component of
Compensation Plan has been revamped to more
accurately align with teaching and service efforts.
Key elements of this new Policy are as follows:
• The Department Chair, with the consultation
of the Division Chair, Associate Chair
for Education, and Fellowship Program
Director (where applicable), plays an
important role in the allocation of the 10%
ARTS funding by defining educational and
service expectations of the faculty
• The Department Chair will submit
recommendations on allocation of the
10% ARTS funding to the Physicians
Compensation Advisory Group and
the Compensation Committee for their
approvals; the report would be in the form
of an Excel worksheet that will indicate in
separate columns the calculated percent
effort that had been devoted to teaching
and service, respectively, for each faculty
member in the compensation plan

• Access courses online 24/7 from any device
with internet access using a self-selected
username and password.
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• Teaching expectations during a Calendar
Year (CY) will be identified by the Associate
Chair for Education and the fellowship
Program Director (where applicable), and
communicated in writing to each faculty
member.
This teaching expectation
will include defined M1 and M2 didactic
teaching hours, as identified in FARES and
confirmed by the School of Medicine. This
methodology assumes that each faculty
member should be providing a total of 120
hours of teaching annually
• Failure to meet a Service or Teaching
expectation will result in forfeiture of the
respective ARTS support in the following
year (e.g., CY2016 data will be used to
determine the ARTS allocation for FY18
salary).
• ARTS funding not distributed to faculty will
be deposited into a pooled fund that will be
used to reward academic achievements
The New Procedure and Methodology of Allocation
of 10% ARTS is as follows:
• Citizenship and Teaching will be assessed
based on the immediately preceding
calendar year (e.g., for calculation of the
FY18 compensation [starting July 2017]
CY2016 data will be utilized)
• Citizenship during a CY will be determined
using expectations. These expectations fall
into the following three categories:
1. Attendance at meetings
2. Timely completion of training and
evaluations
3. Service on committees. For each
faculty member, these expectations
will be identified and communicated in
writing.

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SERVICE

3%
1%
1%

EDUCATION

3%
2%

Attendance at a minimum
of 46 teaching, research
and development
conferences over the year
– this attendance excludes
attendance to external
meetings.
Timely completion of all
VCUHS training (including
on-line modules) FARES
and student, resident,
fellow evaluations
Serving on two or more
committees or selection
process involvement
(interviews) when and
as requested by the
Department Chair or his
designee – including SOM,
IM, VCU, and VCUHS
committees only. This
excludes committees
required by another funded
responsibility

Associate Chair for
Education will assign
up to 72 hours (50-hour
work week x 0.03 x 48
weeks = 72 hours) (this
will include both medical
student and housestaff
teaching, and is in addition
to another funded teaching
responsibility (such as
APD, Core Educator)
Fellowship Program
Director will assign up
to 48 hours for teaching
fellows (50 hour work week
x 0.02 x 48 weeks = 48
hours; this is in addition to
another funded fellowship
teaching responsibility
- example, Fellowship
Program Director)
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HOSPITAL MEDICINE SECTION STATISTICS
Created by: Lena Rivera


5.8

Average
days of
length of
stay

6
Project HEART
Advisors

13

New faculty to join
Hospital Medicine Section


2,206

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On-site interviews
for Hospitalist
faculty positions

Patients admitted
through the
Emergency
Department, year
to date

1,554
Inpatient
Medicine
consults

4

Core
Educators





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UPCOMING EVENTS
Greetings from

Wyndham Virginia Crossings

UPCOMING DIVISION
GRAND ROUNDS:
Division of General Internal Medicine Grand
Rounds:
Monday, April 18, 2016
• Speaker: Dr. Rachel Waller, MD
Monday, April 25, 2016
• Speaker: TBD

SAVE THE DATE: DGIM
RETREAT
This year’s 3rd Annual DGIM Retreat
will be held on September 18, 2016 at
Wyndham Virginia Crossings. The
Faculty Development Committe is taking
feedback from last year’s retreat into
account as they are currently creating
the agenda for this event. Stay tuned
for more information!

Monday, June 20, 2016
• Speaker: Dr. Ben Chopski, MD
Monday, June 27, 2016
• Speaker: TBD
If you have any questions, suggestions, or
feedback, please contact Melinda Gills-Becks
at melinda.gills-becks@vcuhealth.org.
We look forward to your attendence!

Monday, May 2, 2016
• Speaker: TBD
Monday, May 9, 2016
• Speaker: Dr. Frank Fulco, MD
Monday, May 16, 2016
• Speaker: TBD
Monday, May 23, 2016
• Speaker: Dr. Ron Clark, MD
Monday, May 30, 2016 – Memorial Day - NO
Grand Rounds
Monday, June 6, 2016
• Speaker: Dr. Evan Meadors, MD
Monday, June 13, 2016
• Speaker: TBD
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UPCOMING SCHOLARSHIP & RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

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s conference season is in full swing, please keep in mind that DGIM will cover the price of printing and
delivery of posters up to $48.00. If you would like to take advantage of any of these opportunities,
if you have any questions, or if you would like to request research support, please contact:
Allison Phillips, Research Manager, 628-5171, allison.phillips@vcuhealth.org.
See below a list of conferences; CLICK the numbers on the map for more details.

15, 16

9, 17

United
Kingdom

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11

13
6
14

7
1, 4
5

2

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Ontario,
Canada

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1. Association of American Medical Colleges SGEA
Regional Conference April 13-16, Austin, TX

10. Academy Health Annual Research Meeting June
26-28, Boston, MA

2. The Foundation for Sickle Cell Research Annual
Meeting April 15-18, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

11. National Medical Association Convention and
Scientific Assembly Aug 1-5, Los Angeles, CA

3. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine PDIM
Spring Meeting April 17-21, Las Vegas, NV

12. American Interprofessional Health Collaborative
& Others Bi-Annual All Together Better Health
Conference Sept 6-9, Oxford, UK

4. American Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting
May 11-14, Austin, TX
5. Society of General Internal Medicine SGIM Annual
Meeting May 11-14, Hollywood FL
6. International Society for Pharmacology-Outcomes
Research Annual International Meeting May 21-25,
Washington, DC
7. National Patient Safety Foundation Annual Patient
Safety Congress May 23-25, Scottsdale, AZ
8. Association of American Medical Colleges
Information Technology in Academic Medicine June
1-3, Toronto, ON

13. Sickle Cell Disease Association of America Annual
Convention Sept 27-Oct 1, Baltimore, MD
14. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine AAIM
Skills Development Conference Oct 20-22, National
Harbor, MD
15. The Generalists in Medical Education Annual
Conference Nov 10-11, Seattle, WA
16. Association of American Medical Colleges Annual
Meeting Nov 11-15, Seattle, WA
17. American Medical Informatics Association Annual
Symposium Nov 12-16, Chicago, IL

9. Association of American Medical Colleges
Integrating Quality Meeting June 8-10, Chicago, IL

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SCHOLARSHIP & RESEARCH UPDATES

Authors: Xi Zhu, Nengliang Yao, Vimal Mishra,
Allison Phillips, Alan Dow, Shin-Ping Tu
Title: Applying Systems Engineering to Address
Complex Health Care Delivery Challenges
Authors: Vimal Mishra, Shin-Ping Tu, Joseph
Heim, Allison Phillips, Richard Storch, Heather
Masters
Title: Challenges and Progress in Faculty
Development in General Internal Medicine
Authors: Reena Hemrajani, Manpreet Malik,
Laura Paletta-Hobbs

2016 SHM Annual Meeting, Left to right: Frank Fulco, Adam Garber, Dennis Wixted, Allison
Phillips, Manpreet Malik, Shin-Ping Tu, Nutan

SHM PRESENTATIONS

Title: Social Networks in Electronic Health
Records
Authors: Shin-Ping Tu, Nengliang Yao, Xi Zhu,
Vimal Mishra, Allison Phillips, Alan Dow
Title: Identifying Patient-Centered Care Teams
Using Electronic Health Records Access Data
and Social Network Analysis
Authors: Xi Zhu, Nengliang Yao, Vimal Mishra,
Allison Phillips, Alan Dow, Shin-Ping Tu
Title: Don’t let Hashimoto’s “Fall” off the Radar: A
Treatable Encephalopathy
Authors: Adam Garber, Shelley Edwards
Title: Three Infections, One Brain: Aids Patient
with Cerebral Vasculitis
Authors: Manpreet Malik
Title: A Thoracic Unhappy Triad: A Rare, Atypical
Etiology of Pulmonary Embolism
Authors: Dennis Wixted
Title: Sepsis and Pustules in a Masquerade Ball
Authors: Nutan, Alysson Gordon, Niru Nahar

SGIM PRESENTATIONS
Title: Social Networks in Electronic Health
Records
Authors: Shin-Ping Tu, Nengliang Yao, Xi Zhu,
Vimal Mishra, Allison Phillips, Alan Dow
Title: Identifying Patient Centered Care Teams
Using Electronic Health Records Access Data
and Social Network Analysis
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Title: A Model for a Successful Weight Loss
Program in a Primary Care Clinic
Authors: Raveen Chawla, Susan Wolver, Puneet
Puri, Terence Darcy, Miao-Shan Yen, Karen
Stewart

ACADEMY HEALTH
PRESENTATIONS
Title: Social Networks in the EHR System
Authors: Nengliang (Aaron) Yao, PhD, Xi Zhu,
Allison Phillips, Vimal Mishra, Alan Dow,
Shin-Ping Tu
Title: Identifying Care Teams Using Electronic
Health Records Access Data and Social Network
Analysis
Authors: Xi Zhu, Nengliang Yao, Vimal Mishra,
Allison E. Phillips, Alan Dow, Shin-Ping Tu

GRANTS SUBMITTED:
We want to extend congratulations to the following
faculty who worked diligently to submit grants this
quarter:
Dr. Shin-Ping Tu
Electronic Health Record Communication
Networks of Cancer Care Delivery Teams
submitted to the National Institutes of Health
Dr. Pablo Bedoya
Richmond Interprofessional SBRIT Education
(RISE) submitted to the Substance Abuse and
Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA)

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

DGIM FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAM TO BE PRESENTED
AT SGIM

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r.
Manpreet
Malik, Dr. Reena
Hemrajani and Dr.
Paletta-Hobbs’s abstract,
Challenges and Progress
in Faculty Development in
General Internal Medicine
was accepted into the
Society of General Internal
Medicine’s (SGIM) Annual
Manpreet Malik, MD
Meeting. The abstract
hones in on the struggles medical centers have
to create programs to help develop their faculty
into more well-rounded professionals including:
the broad interests of faculty, lack of research
experience,
extensive
competing
clinical
responsibilities, and institutional challenges that
exist in complex systems.
This presentation is unique because it focuses on
how the relatively new DGIM Faculty Development
Committee (FDC) is making strides to tackle these
issues to help faculty grow by:

• Promoting academic productivity and
facilitating promotion and tenure
• Enhancing provider engagement and
satisfaction
• Facilitating mentor-mentee relationships

The acceptance of this abstract by the nationally
and internationally renowned SGIM Annual
Meeting depicts the FDC’s
hard-work as well as shows
how this new committee
is already making an
impact on faculty. “The
first step towards engaging
other people in the same
conversation about faculty
development and engaging
faculty in more professional
development work” said
Dr. Malik, “We are excited
Laura Paletta-Hobbs, MD
to network with other
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professionals who are
working towards the same
goal” We as a division
are working forward to
future progress of the
Faculty
Development
Committee. “With the
support
of
division
leadership, we hope to
provide
opportunities Reena Hemrajani, MD
to collaborate and build
mentorship relationships, and build personal
interests while moving the goals of DGIM forward.”
said Dr. Hemrajani.
Congratulations, Dr. Hemrajani, Dr. Malik and
Dr. Paletta-Hobbs!

DGIM FACULTY RECEIVE
INTERNAL MEDICINE AWARDS

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e are honored to announce that four of
our faculty each received the Internal
Medicine Award in different sectors.
Drs. Dennis Wixted and Jawad Al-Khafaji
each received the Internal Medicine Award for
Teaching while Dr. Steven Bishop and Reena
Hemrajani each received the Internal Medicine
Award for Scholarship.

HOSPITALISTS RECEIVE PRAISE

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CU Hospital Medicine received praise from
Patient Centered Services in regards to
a patient who applauded the Hospitalist
team about his visit to the Transitional Care
Unit. “The patient admired that everyone from
the nurses, to the doctors, to the care partners
treated him excellently and he wanted assure
that the management of the faculty knew how
much he appreciated their service.” said Patient
Centered Services. It is this kind of admirable
care that makes not only VCU Hospital Medicine
noteworthy, but also keeps VCU Medical Center
as the #1 hospital in Virginia.

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RICHMOND MAGAZINE RECOGNIZES DGIM FACULTY

2016
Ralph (Ron) Clark,
MD

Betty A. Johnson
MD, PhD

Heather Masters,
MD, SFHM, FACP

Susan Wolver, MD

Congratulations to our faculty members who were acknowledged by Richmond Magazine as
2016 TOP DOCS!

NEW MEMBERS

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Photo Credit: Lena Rivera

aura Tormey, NP CCRN, ACNP-BC comes to
VCU Hospital Medicine as a 27-year MCV veteran
serving in the Medical Respiratory ICU. Laura
grew up in Williamsburg, VA where she worked as a
first aid nurse in Busch Gardens and Water Country
USA. Laura completed her undergraduate degree
in psychology at Christopher Newport University
and diploma for Professional Nursing from Riverside
School.

Five years after receiving her first degree,
Laura moved to Richmond, VA and began working at
the Medical Respiratory ICU where she became board
certified as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. While
working on this unit, Laura was exposed to opportunities
to contribute to research projects, collaborate with the
nursing school physician colleagues, and to present at
several workshops.

Though Laura loved her position in the Medical
Respiratory ICU, Laura transitioned to VCU Hospital
Medicine to explore other facets of patient care. Laura
is elated with her decision and has a renewed sense of
making a difference in the community.

When Laura is not caring for patients, Laura
enjoys cycling and going to exercise classes with her
husband every chance they get.

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Photo Credit: Lena Rivera

olin Weigel, NP (prefers Brett) was raised in
and around Seattle, WA. Brett received his first
bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Neuroscience
with a minor in Chemistry from Western Washington
University. However, Brett had a change of heart
and looked more into becoming a Nurse Practioner.
Brett then applied and was accepted in to VCU’s
Accelerated Master of Science ACNP program. After
his acceptance, Brett moved to Richmond, VA to
begin his new journey with only a laptop and a duffle
bag in hand.

Brett adjusted well after his transition to the
VCU ACNP Program and is excited to begin his
career with Hospital Medicine. Brett enjoys VCU
Medical Center’s variety in patient population,
pathophysiology, treatments, and consults. He
raves about how the hospitalist faculty have been
supportive since his orientation process.

What Brett loves most about Richmond, VA
is the seasons – all four of them. Brett says it’s a
refreshing change from Seattle. In his spare time,
Brett likes to play basketball two or three times
a week, as well as go to the James River and to
Virginia Beach in the summer.
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HELLO
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WITH THE NEW SPRING COMES NEW LIFE

world

The stork made a few visits since the last quarter! DGIM has been blessed this quarter with six little
bundles of joy; four of them being born within a two-month time span. We as a division look forward to
witnessing the growth and journey of these babies into their bright futures. Thank you to all the DGIM
faculty and staff for supporting the parents of these children as the parents took their leave. This support
is just one demonstration of how we as a division truly are a family and it is great to see everyone come
together in this time of new beginnings. Take a look at these beautiful faces!

SAVANNAH JOURNEY LIPATO

LUKE SURLES

January 24, 2016 at 10:42 pm
8 pounds, 5 ounces and 20 inches

DAUGHTER OF DR. THOKOZENI LIPATO

October 26, 2016 7:30pm
7 pounds, 12 ounces and 19 inches

ZACHARY MATTHEW
KUSHINKA

February 5, 2016 at 6:38 am
8 pounds, 8 ounces and 20.5 inches
SON OF DR. JEFFREY KUSHINKA

SON OF DR. ALICE WONG

ANIKA MISHRA

March, 7, 2016 at 8:32am
7 pounds, 7 ounces and 21 inches

LOGAN RHYS
GOLDSTON

February 25, 2016 at 1:25pm
8 pounds, 1 ounce and 21 inches
SON OF HEATHER GOLDSTON

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DAUGHTER OF DR. VIMAL MISHRA

NATHAN
JOSEPH LEE

March 9, 2016 at 9:45 pm
6 pounds, 6 ounces and 20 inches

SON OF DR. CANDICE CULPEPPER

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