Medical Center Employee Council
A Statement of the Employee Communications Councils Against Intolerance:
"On behalf of the Employee Communications
Councils at the University of Virginia and those we represent, we
affirm our commitment to the values of diversity, equity, inclusion,
tolerance, and respect for all persons. We condemn discrimination --
whether based on race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual
orientation, age, or disability -- and state unequivocally that the
mistreatment of any person or group has no place at the University of
The UVA Medical Center Employee Council aims to enhance Health System services by representing the ideas and concerns of Medical Center staff and customers through direct communication and active problem solving with administration and peers.
The Council is comprised of representatives from each area of the Medical Center and related clinics and services. Members meet once a month (the 2nd Thursday of each month) with administration and representatives from various areas of the University to discuss challenges, successes, and ideas for improvement.
Discuss your concerns with your representative. Share your ideas for improvements and success. Your representative will then bring those thoughts to the Council meeting, where they are heard and discussed by administration and peers. Together, we can make the University of Virginia Health System a fabulous place to work and be a patient.