As the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine’s charter class (2010) finishes residency and fellowship training, some are beginning to put down roots where their medical education began in Roanoke, Virginia.
During the 2010 orientation, Andrew Moore who is now a Carilion Clinic Emergency Room Physician recalls “the mayor welcomed us and talked about how the medical school was the biggest thing to happen to Roanoke since the railroad decided to build the depot there in the 1800s. We were all looking at each other, like what? This guy is crazy. Then you look at what Roanoke has become a decade later and he wasn’t wrong.” LEARN MORE.