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2012 Special Session I

Budget Bill - HB1300 (Chapter 2)

University of Virginia Medical Center

Item 191

Item 191 (Not set out)

First Year - FY2011Second Year - FY2012
State Health Services (43000)$1,157,028,385$1,258,104,742
Inpatient Medical Services (43007)FY2011 $489,011,513FY2012 $538,179,870
Outpatient Medical Services (43011)FY2011 $298,997,978FY2012 $313,203,978
Administrative Services (43018)FY2011 $369,018,894FY2012 $406,720,894
Fund Sources: 
Higher Education OperatingFY2011 $1,139,381,920FY2012 $1,240,458,277
Debt ServiceFY2011 $17,646,465FY2012 $17,646,465

Authority: §§ 23-62 through 23-85, Code of Virginia and Chapter 38, Acts of Assembly of 1978.


A. The appropriation to the University of Virginia Medical Center provides for the care, treatment, health related services and education activities associated with Virginia patients, including indigent and medically indigent patients. Inasmuch as the University of Virginia Medical Center is a state teaching hospital, this appropriation is to be used to jointly support the education of health students through patient care provided by this appropriation.


B. By July 1 of each year, the Director of the Department of Medical Assistance Services shall approve a common criteria and methodology for determining free care attributable to the appropriations in this Item. The Medical Center will report to the Department of Medical Assistance Services expenditures for indigent, medically indigent, and other patients. The Auditor of Public Accounts and the State Comptroller shall monitor the implementation of these procedures. The Medical Center shall report by October 31 annually to the Department of Medical Assistance Services, the Comptroller and the Auditor of Public Accounts on expenditures related to this Item. Reporting shall be by means of the indigent care cost report and shall follow criteria approved by the Director of the Department of Medical Assistance Services.


C. Funding for Family Practice is included in the University of Virginia's Educational and General appropriation. Support for other residencies is included in the hospital appropriation.


D. It is the intent of the General Assembly that the University of Virginia Medical Center – Hospital maintain its efforts to staff residencies and fellow positions to produce sufficient generalist physicians in medically underserved regions of the state.


E.  The Higher Education Operating fund source listed in this Item is considered to be a sum sufficient appropriation, which is an estimate of funding required by the university to cover medical center operations.