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March is National Nutrition Month - Our Registered Dietitians


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“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”
- Ann Wigmore

Registered Dietitian Day was created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) to increase the awareness of registered dietitians as the indispensable providers of food and nutrition services and to recognize RDs for their commitment to helping people enjoy healthy lives. Registered Dietitian Day and National Nutrition Month® promote AND and RDs to the public and the media as the most valuable and credible source of timely, scientifically-based food and nutrition information.

In celebration of National Nutrition Month® and Register Dietitian Day we want to take time recognize our nutrition experts here at Virginia Hospital Center for their many years of experience, nutrition knowledge, and diverse background they bring to our facility.

andersonJill Anderson, RD

Jill Anderson is one of the RDs here at Virginia Hospital Center. She received her BS in Human Nutrition and Foods from West Virginia University and completed her dietetic internship through Adagio Health, a nonprofit health care organization in the Pittsburgh, PA area. After becoming an RD, she worked in a weight loss clinic and also a skilled nursing facility in Naples, Florida. 

brownMeredith Brown, RD

Meredith Brown has been a Clinical Dietitian at Virginia Hospital Center for about three years. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Dietetics at James Madison University and went on to complete her Dietetic Internship through Virginia Tech in Northern Virginia. Meredith joined the Aramark team at Virginia Hospital Center in April of 2010. Meredith is also a member of the Glycemic Control Com-mittee. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family/friends, playing on local volleyball teams, and participating in outdoor activities (when it is warm outside J). 

Jenna Christina, RDJenna

Jenna Christina is one of the outpatient Registered Dietitians here at Virginia Hospital Center. She is originally from Michigan where she obtained her Bachelors of Science in Dietetics from Michigan State University. She went on to complete a Dietetic Internship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI and continued to work in Detroit at a skilled nursing facility prior to relocating to Arlington. Jenna joined Virginia Hospital Center in May of 2011 and works with our Bariatric Surgery program. She also does outpatient consulting for weight loss, diabetes education and heart healthy nutrition. She is a member of the American Dietetic Association, Northern Virginia Dietetic Association and Weight Management Dietetic Practice Group. Her goal is to help people be as healthy as possible through proper nutrition, physical activity and a healthy lifestyle!

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Tania Downing RD, LDN, CLC

Tania Downing is the NICU and Pediatric Dietitian at Virginia Hospital Center. She is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Lactation Counselor and Certified in Pediatric and Adolescent Weight Management. She cov-ered the NICU as a consultant from December 2006 to February 2008 and officially joined the Food and Nutrition Department at VHC on November, 2010. Prior to that she worked at HSC Pediatric Center formerly The Hospital for Sick Children for 11 years where she had roles that included, Clinical Nutrition Manager, and Foodservice Director. In addition she was the Clinical Dietitian for the Feeding Program lead by the GI Team from Children’s National Medical Center.
Tania completed her B.S in Nutrition from University of Maryland, and her Internship Program with ARAMARK at John's Hopkins Hospital, Greater Baltimore Medical Center and Sinai Hospital for her clinical training. She started her clinical career at
Sheppard Pratt Hospital working with eating disorders and the geriatrics population. Then moved to practice in the areas of Intensive Care, Oncology, Neurology and MedSurg in Greater Baltimore Medical Center and George Washington Hospital. The last 13 years of her career she has focus Neonatal and Pediatric population.

greenShawntel Green, RD

Shawntel Green received her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science from Howard University. She interned as a Clinical Dietitian and Food Service Manager at various hospitals including: Howard University Hospital, Washington Adventist, National Rehabilitation Hospital, and St Joseph’s Hospital in Savannah, Georgia. She is an advocate for Public Policy within the Nutrition sector. She has had the opportunity to advocate for the Preventing Diabetes in Medicare Act, Frontline Healthcare Act, and the Farm Bill more specifically to include the SNAP program at Capitol Hill with various House of Representatives and Senators. She started her career in July 2011 with ARAMARK Healthcare at Virginia Hospital Center as a Patient Services Manager and has thus recently transitioned into the role of a Clinical Dietitian. She currently covers 2E Inpatient Rehab, 2W Wellness and Addictions, 7B Medical Renal, and 5B General Neuro Surgery.

Cheryl Moore, RD

Cheryl is the Assistant Director of Patient Services for the Food and Nutrition Department. Cheryl received her Bachelor of Science in Medical Dietetics from The Ohio State University in 2003. Cheryl spent time in a variety of nutrition settings during her supervised practice, including The Ohio State University Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and the Heinzerling Developmental Center all located in Central Ohio. She began her clinical career in long term care at The McGregor Home in East Cleveland, Ohio as the Clinical Dietitian. Cheryl then relocated to the Northern Virginia area in 2008 and transitioned into a management role as the Patient Services Manager at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. Cheryl joined ARAMARK and Virginia Hospital Center in January of 2011 to pursue both a management and clinical role.

Lindsey Proctor, MS, RD, LDN - Registered Dietitian & Certified Health Coachproctor

Lindsey Proctor, MS, RD, LDN, is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Health Coach. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Biology/Nutrition from NC State University and her Masters of Science in Foods and Nutrition from the University of Georgia, both of which she graduated summa cum laude. During this time, she studied abroad in New Zealand and completed an internship in Taiwan. Lindsey went on to complete her dietetic internship at Meredith College, obtain certifications in Adult Weight Management Levels 1 and 2, certification in Childhood Weight Management, and is now also a Certified Health Coach. She has publications in the Pharamacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior journal, the Washingtonian magazine, and was a featured speaker at Virginia Hospital Center’s Annual Breast Cancer Awareness conference in October 2012. Lindsey is a wellrounded dietitian with experience in numerous areas of nutrition, from patients in a hospital setting to outpatients in a cancer center to private clients. She always strives to tailor nutritional advice to each individual’s needs with the belief that no one way of eating is right for everyone. With her involvement across a broad range of practice, Lindsey also understands the importance to help people overcome various obstacles standing in the way of optimal nutritional health.

Mary Ann Petryszyn, RD

Mary Ann obtained her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from the University of Delaware in 2006. She completed her Dietetic Internship in 2007 from Montclair State University in Northern New Jersey. She started her career at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Patterson, NJ as an inpatient dietitian and eventually transferred to an outpatient dialysis center. She is currently the outpatient dietitian for ARAMARK with Virginia Hospital Center focusing on the outpatient Diabetes program. Mary Ann is originally from New Jersey and moved to the northern Virginia area in September of 2010.

meloneAndrew Malone, RD

Andrew Malone graduated from James Madison University with a B.S. in Dietetics in May 2011 and successfully completed his Dietetic internship through the ARAMARK Distance Learning Dietetic Internship Program here at VHC. Andrew is now a full time inpatient dietitian covering the behavioral health unit, 7A, and 8A. His interests include oncology nutrition, sports nutrition, and healthy nutrition education.

Arlene Suros, RD, PA-Carlene

Arlene is a physician assistant working with the Hospitalist Group at VHC. She graduated from the George Washington University PA Program in 2009 and joined the Hospitalist Group in the summer of 2010. Prior to attending PA school, Arlene worked as a clinical dietitian for 6 years. During this time, she grew more interested in broadening her role in patient care and thus pursued a master’s degree in physician assistant studies. She received a Bachelor of Science in nutrition from the Pennsylvania State University and completed her dietetic internship at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. She then worked as an inpatient clinical dietitian at various medical centers including The Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA, Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY, and Tulane University Medical Center Abdominal Transplant Institute in New Orleans, LA. Arlene’s primary interests in dietetics are in the areas of clinical nutrition support and nutrition in organ transplantation. Although no longer working in the role of clinical dietitian, Arlene continues to promote the benefits of nutrition in the care of her patients.

ARAMARK Distance Learning Dietetic Intern Erika Stahlerica

Erika Stahl graduated from Radford University with a B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics in May of 2011. She is currently completing her dietetic internship through the ARAMARK Distance Learning Dietetic Internship Program at Virginia Hospital Center. The internship began in September 2012 and ends in May 2013 and consists of various rotations in management, clinical, and community practice. Once completing the program and passing her RD exam, Erika hopes to work closely with the celiac disease population.

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Accredited Programs: Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs and Stroke Specialty Program


Three-Year Accreditation

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The Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at Virginia Hospital Center has been accredited by CARF International for both the Inpatient Rehab Hospital Program and the Rehab Stroke Specialty ProgramCARF accreditation decisions >

CARF stands for the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and is designed to promote the quality, value and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process and continuous improvement services that center on enhancing the lives of persons served. read more >


The neuroscience division at Virginia Hospital Center relies on advanced diagnostic and operative technologies for the treatment of a broad range of medical problems, including...

Childbirth Education Classes


April-May 2013

ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED | Questions? Call 703.558.2468.

Preparation for Childbirth
(4-Week Class)

This four-session class for expectant parents covers pregnancy through the postpartum period, including breathing & relaxation techniques, Cesarean deliveries, medications & signs of labor. Tour included. This class is recommended for those who prefer to learn at a slower pace in a more intimate setting. Each class lasts for 2 hours. We suggest you wear comfortable clothing suitable for light activity. Cost:$170 per couple. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

4/13/2013 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
4/14/2013 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
4/20/2013 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
4/27/2013 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
5/4/2013 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
5/5/2013 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
5/18/2013 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
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Preparation for Childbirth (One Day Class)

This 8.5 hr one-day class for expectant parents covers pregnancy through the postpartum period. This class does not include Infant Care Skills. We suggest you wear comfortable clothing suitable for light activity. Cost: $170 per couple. Saturdays and Sundays.

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Comfort BreathingNEW!

For couples planning amore natural birth experience. Prerequisite: Preparation for Childbirth Class. Cost: $50/couple.

4/04/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Preparing for CesareanNEW!

For families thinking about or planning a Cesarean. Addresses surgery, anesthesia, recovery & role of the support person. Tour included. Cost: $65/couple.

5/02/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

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Infant Care Skills

Learn how to care for your newborn during the first two weeks, including infant safety, sleep, diapering & bathing. This class includes a lecture from a pediatrician. Cost: $65 per couple. Thursdays and Sundays.

4/07/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
4/11/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
4/25/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
4/28/2013 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
5/19/2013 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
5/23/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
5/30/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM 


What grandparents should know about the newestmedical updates and safety issues. Long distance relationships discussed. Cost: $45/couple.

5/9/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Refresher Childbirth ClassNEW!

For families who have experienced labor and want to learnmore about breathing, relaxation, medications & sibling issues. Cost: $50/couple.

More classes will be available from June 2013.

Sibling Class

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This 1-hour interactive class helps your children, ages 2-3 (or 4-6), adjust to their mothers’ stay in the Hospital & the addition of a new sibling. Tour included. Cost: $30 per child (additional children are $15 each). Saturdays and Sundays.

4/21/2013 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM ages 2-3
4/21/2013 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM ages 4-6
5/19/2013 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM ages 2-3
5/19/2013 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM ages 4-6

Hospital Tour for Expectant Parents

Tours of Labor, Delivery & Recovery, Nursery & PospartumUnits. Registration required. Adults only. Sundays and Wednesdays. FREE.

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Breastfeeding 101

This class prepares expectant parents for a successful breastfeeding journey. In this 2.5 hour class, the art and science of breastfeeding is presented by a Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Partners are encouraged to attend. Cost: $65/couple. Thursdays. 

4/18/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
5/2/2013 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

For the most up-to-date and complete listing of classes, click here and search by date.

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2nd Annual ENDURAHealth Summit: Sat, 03.16.13 • 10:00 - 12:00 pm


2nd Annual ENDURAHealth Summit

ENDURA logoSat, 03.16.13
10:00 - 12:00 pm

John T. Hazel, MD Conference Center - HT Get Directions X Close Window

1701 N. George Mason Drive, Arlington VA 22205

  • 10:00 a.m. Panel
  • 11:00 a.m. Screenings & Vendor Exhibits

Parking for FREE in Blue Parking

Registration is Required. To register, visit

Take parking elevators to LOBBY and follow blue directional signs to the event

describe the imageAre you thinking of signing up for your first triathlon, marathon or other endurance sports event? Are you an experienced endurance athlete who wants to achieve a personal best at your next race? Come learn how to get the most out of your equipment — your body — at the Second Annual ENDURAHealth Summit sponsored by Virginia Hospital Center and TriColumbia, the Mid-Atlantic’s premier endurance event production company.

Come hear a panel of medical experts. You’ll learn about:

  • Pre-training physicals, with internist Laura Riggins, MD
  • Heart health during endurance training with Michael Notarianni, MD, cardiologist
  • Sports medicine with Christopher Annunziata, MD, orthopedist
  • Protecting your feet and ankles, with Daniel Cuttica, DO, foot and ankle orthopedist
  • Effect of endurance cycling on urologic health with Andrew Joel, MD, urologist
  • Diet and nutrition for endurance athletes, with registered dietician Jenna Christina, RD

Talk to local endurance training coaches Anne Johnson and John Hughes and local professional triathletes Kristin Andrews and Suzy Serpico about healthy, effective training techniques.

describe the imageThen grab a healthy mid-morning snack, special giveaways, take a baseline on your basic body statistics with free blood pressure, pulse and BMI screenings, and visit with representatives from tri clubs and companies related to endurance sports. It’s two hours of non-stop information, all designed to keep you fit and healthy — all the way to the finish line!

Virginia Hospital Center has been selected as a 2013 100 Top Hospital


Also one of only 17 of the 100 Top Hospitals to receive the 2013 Everest Award.

Hospital Recognized Nationally for Balanced Performance and Long-Term Improvement Rate

Arlington, VA (February 25, 2013) – Virginia Hospital Center, a leading comprehensive healthcare facility in the Washington Metropolitan area, today announced that is has been named one of the Nation’s 100 Top Hospitals® by Truven Health Analytics, formerly the healthcare business of Thomson Reuters. Truven Health Analytics is a leading provider of information and solutions to improve the cost and quality of healthcare. Virginia Hospital Center is also the only hospital in the area to be named a 2013 Everest Award winner.

Each year, the 100 Top Hospitals® study identifies the hospitals with the best facility-wide performance, based on quantitative research. A team of researchers evaluates hospital performance using public data sources and the 100 Top Hospitals National Balanced Scorecard, a set of measures that evaluate performance excellence in clinical care, patient perception of care, operational efficiency, and financial stability. mrcolepicThe study also names Everest Award winners, which recognizes hospitals that have the highest one-year performance and the fastest long-term improvement over a period of five years. Only 17 of the 100 Top Hospitals received the 2013 Everest Award.

“It is an honor to be recognized as a 100 Top Hospital nationally, an award that is based on metrics that evaluate the quality care delivered to our patients,” said James B. Cole, President and Chief Executive Officer of Virginia Hospital Center. “Our medical staff, employees, and leadership team work hard to ensure Virginia Hospital Center is a place where patients receive the highest quality of care in a healthcare environment like no other” ... Press Releases >

The winning hospitals were announced in the February 25 edition of Modern Healthcare magazine.

Awards & Recognition | About the Hospital | Patients & Visitors | Medical Services | Read more

USS Arlington


On April 6, 2013 the United States Navy will commission the eighth of a new class of amphibious landing ships.  This new ship, one of three commemorating the events of September 11, 2001, will be named the USS ARLINGTON and it will contain a unique feature; a Tribute Room memorializing the heroism of our first responders on 9/11.

The ship honors the memories of those killed or injured in the terrorist attack on the Pentagon that day, and recognizes the heroism of Arlington’s first responders.  The ship’s on-board Tribute Room, which features steel girders from the Pentagon, will tell Arlington’s story as it sails around the world for the next fifty years.

Virginia Hospital Center was an integral part of the Arlington County first responder network and will be featured in the Tribute Room and in the memorial framed USS ARLINGTON print.  

Learn more by visiting the USS ARLINGTON website at >

About Virginia Hospital Center | 9/11 Tribute Video

Introducing Surgical Associates at Virginia Hospital Center


General Surgery

Virginia Hospital Center has highly trained surgical specialists that perform an array of surgical procedures.

Our General Surgery team treat diseases by performing the following procedures >

Virginia Hospital Center Recognition

  • CMS/Medicare released final results from the 2013 Value Based Purchasing Program (the government’s high quality, affordable care initiative), and Virginia Hospital Center is:              
    • Top 5% in the US for combined performance on Value Based Purchasing and Readmissions. (136th out of 3,428 hospitals)
    • Top 10% in the US for Value Based Purchasing.
    • #1 in the Commonwealth of Virginia and in DC for combined performance on Value Based Purchasing and Readmissions.
    • #1 in the DC Metro Area for Value Based Purchasing, Readmissions and for Combined Performance. 
  • Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Team received the prestigious UHMS Clinical Hyperbaric Facility Accreditation.  Of the approximately one thousand hyperbaric centers currently in operation in the United States, less than 10% are accredited by the UHMS. 
  • The American College of Surgeons granted Virginia Hospital Center "Full Approval" and is officially recognized as an "American College of Surgeons Level 1 Accredited Bariatric Center." 
  • The Commission on Cancer (CoC) has confirmed that our CoC-accredited cancer program is now a CoC Outstanding Achievement Award (OAA) recipient.  Only 106 cancer programs have received the OAA as a result of surveys performed the past year.  
  • CareChex® Hospital Quality Ratings (2012):
    Overall rating
    – Highest in Northern Virginia
    – 2nd in Metro market;

    Overall surgery
    – Highest in Northern Virginia;

    Neurological Care
    – Top 10% nationally & number 3 in the Metro market;

    Major Cardiac Surgery
    – Top 100 in the Nation, Top 10% nationally, number 1 in the State and number 1 in Metro market;

    General Surgery
    – Top 10% nationally;

    Heart Failure
    – Top 10% nationally, number 1 in the State & number 1 in the Metro Area;

    Hip Fracture – Top 100 in the Nation;

    Vascular Surgery – Top 10% in the Nation.
  • The only Virginia hospital to receive the Cleverley & Associates "Community Value Leadership AwardTop 100 Hospital" for 2012. 
  • Arlington Pediatric Center received certification as a Level III Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) – the first pediatric practice, not part of a large integrated health system, to achieve this level of recognition in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • Virginia Hospital Center was recognized as one of Greater Washington DC’s Healthiest Employers.
  • Virginia Hospital Center has been recognized as an Emergency Center of Excellence by Emergency Excellence – designation is based on the results of over 100 key performance indicators linked to seven Pillars of Excellence (Safety, Satisfaction, Space, Staff, Support, Systems and Solvency).
  • Recipient of the HealthGrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award™ in 2012 – ranked among the Top 10% in the Nation for Outstanding Patient Experience in 2012.
  • Recipient of HealthGrades cardiac surgery/cardiology recognition in 2012:
    • Ranked #9 in VA (2 years in a row) for Overall Cardiac Services
    • Ranked in the Top 5 in VA (2 years in a row) for Cardiac Surgery
    • Five-star recipient for Valve Surgery (2 years in a row)
  • Recipient of HealthGrades orthopedic recognition in 2012:
    • Five-star recipient for Joint Replacement
    • Five-star recipient for Total Knee Replacement
  • Recipient of HealthGrades medical care recognition in 2012:
    • Five-star recipient for treatment of Pneumonia (7 years in a row)
    • Ranked Among the Top 5% in the Nation for GI Medical Treatment
    • Ranked #1 in VA for GI Medical Treatment (6 years in a row in the Top 10)
  • Recipient of HealthGrades surgical care recognition in 2012:
    • Recipient of the HealthGrades Gastrointestinal Care Excellence Award™
    • Recipient of the HealthGrades General Surgery Excellence Award™
    • Ranked Among the Top 5% in the Nation for Overall GI Services
    • Ranked Among the Top 10% in the Nation for General Surgery
    • Ranked #1 in VA for GI Services (and in the Top 10 – 9 years in a row)
    • Ranked #2 in VA for General Surgery (in the Top 10 – 8 years in a row)
  • Awarded the MedAssets Cost Management Performance Award – Best Practice.
  • CARF International Accreditation (for 3 years) for Inpatient Rehabilitation – Hospital (adults) and for Inpatient Rehabilitation – Hospital: Stroke Specialty Program
  • Palliative Care Program has achieved Joint Commission certification for advanced Palliative Care.  This 2-year certification is bestowed on organizations that have achieved a standard of care that reflects continuous safe, high-quality care, services and treatment.

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Our Mission

To Be the Best Hospital

Our Vision

  • To provide the highest quality clinical care.
  • To achieve the highest levels of patient satisfaction.
  • To provide state-of-the-art facilities and equipment.
  • To innovate in the use of information technology.
  • To invest in the professional growth and development of our people.
  • To manage our resources prudently.
  • To serve the healthcare needs of our community.

Virginia Hospital Center 2012 Accomplishments

  • Virginia Hospital Center’s NICU achieved Level IIIB status
  • Created the Department of Behavioral Medicine and opened the new Recovery & Wellness Unit on 2 West.
  • Virginia Hospital Center opened the new "open bore" 3 Tesla (3T) MRI​.
  • Virginia Hospital Center was one of the first hospitals along the east coast to offer the new Calypso® System featuring GPS for the Body technology® and Beacon® electromagnetic transponders for patients with certain types of cancer. 
  • Virginia Hospital Center is the first hospital in the Mid-Atlantic region to offer low dose imaging, through the GE Veo™ system, and dose tracking.
  • New record for Hospital admissions in a year – 21,358 (breaking the previous record of 21,029 set last year).
  • New record for adjusted admissions in a year – 46,886 (breaking the previous record of 45,169 set last year).
  • New record for total surgeries in a year – 16,273 (breaking the previous record of 15,381 set last year).
  • New record for number of births for the year – 4,646 (breaking the previous record of 4,247 set last year). Also, a record for births in a month – 433 in August.
  • New record for ED visits for the year – 65,054 (breaking the previous record of 60,625 set last year).  Also, a record for visits in a month – 5,738 in May.
  • New record for ultrasound exams for the year – 29,341 (breaking the previous record of 27,621 set last year).
  • New record for MRI scans for the year – 14,677 (breaking the previous record of 14,286 set last year).
  • New record for Physical Therapy visits for the year – 39,307.
  • New record for Occupational Therapy visits for the year – 18,715.
  • New record for IOP outpatient visits for the year – 1,808.
  • Spent approximately $27 million for equipment, renovations and other capital improvements.
  • Provided over $42.4 million worth of uncompensated care for the community.
  • Our Foundation had a record number of donors – 2,200 – in 2012, raising around $3.9 million in gifts for Virginia Hospital Center.

Awards & Recognition >

Northern Virginia Magazine: 2012 TOP DOCTORS


Congratulations to Virginia Hospital Center Physicians for being named in Northern Virginia Magazine’s 2012 TOP DOCTORS:Northern Virginia Top Doctors 2012

Allergy and Immunology
Colon and Rectal Surgery
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
Family Medicine
Geriatric Medicine
Hospice & Palliative Medicine
Infectious Disease
Internal Medicine
Maternal & Fetal Medicine
Medical Oncology
Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine


Orthopaedic Surgery
Pain Medicine
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Plastic Surgery
Pulmonary Disease
Radiation Oncology
Reproductive Endocrinology
Sports Medicine
Vascular & Intervention Radiology

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