With more than 70 years of service to Northern Virginia and Washington, DC residents, Virginia Hospital Center is built upon philanthropy. Our story dates back to 1930’s, when five women’s clubs joined together to raise $100 to start the Arlington Hospital Association. This small community project went on to become a 100-bed hospital which has grown over the decades to be the Virginia Hospital Center of today.
As our story illustrates, philanthropy is fueled by a vision and desire to meet the health care needs of our community. Virginia Hospital Center thrives on community involvement. To that end, in 2007, the Virginia Hospital Center reestablished its charitable foundation – The Virginia Hospital Center Foundation.
Since 2007, Virginia Hospital Center Foundation has partnered with our community to advance medical excellence through philanthropy. More than 5,000 individuals, families, corporations, and foundations have chosen to support our mission, providing cumulative support of more than $15 million.
Donors help these advancements possible:
Virginia Hospital Center Awards & Recognition
04.20.15 | Virginia Hospital Center Receives National Outstanding Achievement Award from American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer
Award recognizes cancer programs that achieve excellence in providing highest quality care to cancer patients more
04.02.15 | Virginia Hospital Center Named One of the America's 100 Top Hospitals – for the third year in a row
Only hospital in the Virginia, Washington, DC and Baltimore region to be honored this year more
02.05.15 | Virginia Hospital Center Becomes Mayo Clinic Care Network Member
Mayo Clinic and Virginia Hospital Center today announced Virginia Hospital Center as a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network more