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1701 NORTH GEORGE MASON DRIVE, ARLINGTON, VA 22205 USA

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1701 NORTH GEORGE MASON DRIVE, ARLINGTON, VA 22205 USA

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(703) 558-5000

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Virginia Hospital Center
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3.7 out of 5 stars

mohammed rob
mohammed rob

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

This review is special thanks to Angela of building 601 in the financial for helping patients as she has served the DMV (DC, Maryland, and Virginia) community for the past 23 years with financial assistance for services at the Virginia Hospital Center. She has been working from home and currently has issues with management who are nervous to keep her employment active. We all need to help Angela make sure she is able to keep her career despite her disability as she has served us the same.

We owe you a big one Angela.

Mindy Lieu
Mindy Lieu

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This review is just about Cardiac ICU. My husband had an aortic dissection and right away, he was promptly treated correctly by the ER and Cardiac ICU lead by the thoracic surgeon. I'm in awe of Cardiac ICU and Cardiac Step Down unit nurses and staff. They're an incredible human beings.

Audrey Zimmermann
Audrey Zimmermann

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Terrible and distubing what happened to a friend. ICU had not hydrated and provided nutrition for a cardiac patient who was hungry and very thirsty when woke up, and could still metabolize food. On painkillers and oxygen only, their voice was extremely weak Saturday, but after a little oatmeal and tiny sips of water, but Sunday voice was strong with some morning juice. They became a little agitated and wanted to leave the hospital in afternoon so the punishment was morphine at level three then level four. Next day their heart stopped--dead. Trays of food had been delivered, but no way a sleeping doped up person can eat. Our bodies need water to function properly. Never want to stay here. Doctor and attending nurse was cold acted like this person was a science project. Ugly death.

jody norris
jody norris

3 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Very polite nursing staff and nurses assistants. Very nice rooms. Food is so so, it looks good but a couple items I found inedible. Wasn't a fan of them rushing me out of the hospital before I was ready to leave in my opinion. I was asked, "don't you want to leave?" Of course I want to leave, but after major surgery I would like to feel good with where I am at in recovery instead of being pushed out 3.5 days after surgery when my surgeon said I could be there for 7+ days. Felt like "most" of the Drs, or one specifically were just there to go through the motions and discharge you asap.

Bill G
Bill G

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Samantha Could not have expressed my experience better. The Virginia Hospital Center is the best! God Bless the nurses, doctors and the other employees that make this hospital the best.

Sincerely,

William Gray
Cancer patient