Virginia is home to 89 hospitals and all of them are listed with the United States Department of Health and Human Services. Famous Virginia Hospitals include the VCU Medical Center, situated on the university grounds of Virginia Commonwealth University and Inova Fairfax Hospital, which is the biggest hospital in the Washington Metropolitan Region.
Best Virginia Hospitals
There are a number of prestigious and trustworthy hospitals in Virginia serving different healthcare units of the Commonwealth. Some of the most famous hospitals in VA are listed below:
- Augusta Medical Center
- Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital
- Carilion New Year Valley Medical Center
- Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital
- Chesapeake General Hospital
- Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters
- Danville Regional Medical Center
- DeWitt Army Community Hospital
- Inova Fairfax Hospital
- Lewis-Gale Medical Center
- Mary Washington Hospital
- Martha Jefferson Hospital
- Montgomery Regional Hospital
- Riverside Regional Medical Center
- Shore Memorial Hospital
- Western State Hospital
- Sentara Norfolk General Hospital
- VCU Medical Center
- Virginia Hospital Center
University of Virginia Medical Center
The University of Virginia Medical Center is a division of the University of Virginia Health System. As per the U.S. News & World Report, the medical center is highly rated in the domain of endocrinology.
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital is a division of the Sentara Health System based in Hampton Roads. It is also a top academic institution of Eastern Virginia Medical School. Sentara Norfolk is famous for the first successful in-vitro fertilization birth.
Virginia Hospital Center
VA Hospital Center is one of the oldest and most prestigious hospitals in the state. The hospital was established in 1933. It started its journey to heal the patients as the Arlington Hospital. From a 100-bed facility in 1944, it has today grown into a 334 bed, 530,000 square feet modern healthcare facility, which is providing healthcare services to patients from all parts of the Commonwealth for more than 60 years.
The ratio of primary care physicians to residents in Virginia is 124:10,000, which is the 13th highest in the country.