Generosity comes in many forms - it's not just giving money. It's also giving your time and sharing your wisdom and talents for the sake of the kids. Dr. Larry Rhodes, a WVU Medicine Children's physician, not only does that, but give his heart and soul to treat children's hearts...
Published on Apr 16, 2014
What's it like to work in rural health as a primary care physician?
The nationally ranked West Virginia University School of Medicine Rural Health Program shows and explains the rewarding experience of working in a rural medical practice.
Uploaded on Apr 23, 2014
WVU School of Dentistry students serve rural rotations to learn about the benefits of practicing and living in rural West Virginia. This is the story of WVU SOD graduate Mark Kilcollin, DDS, who has a practice with his daughter in Union, Monroe County, W.Va.
Published on Feb 26, 2013
Sky Gwinn is a third year medical student who believes in the WVU School of Medicine's mission of service. He'll be making his dreams come true, while serving his country, and the people of West Virginia.
Published on Jun 13, 2013
Dr. Larry Rhodes sees patients of all ages at WVU. The tiniest patients he sees for congenital heart disease grow up and he ushers them into the unknown territory of living as adults with a childhood illness. Find out more at http://wvumag.wvu.edu
Published on May 10, 2013
NRHA 2013 Rural Health Awards
Published on Dec 5, 2012
It takes heart to care for hearts, and Larry Rhodes, a pediatric cardiologist at WVU, exemplifies this. Rhodes earned his medical school education at WVU and now works with children afflicted by heart conditions. His everyday goal is to help children with congenital heart defects and disease lead vibrant lives.