About HCA Virginia

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Hospital Corporation of America (HCA, Inc.), one of the nation’s leading providers of healthcare services, is made up of locally managed facilities that include 174 hospitals and 119 freestanding surgery centers located in 20 U.S. states and in the United Kingdom.

HCA Virginia, headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, is part of HCA's Capital Division, which serves Northern Virginia, Central Virginia, Southwest Virginia, and parts of Kentucky, New Hampshire and Indiana.

In the Greater Richmond area, HCA Virginia maintains a network of:

  • 6 Hospitals
  • 4 Free-Standing Emergency Centers
  • 2,500+ Affiliated Physicians
  • 300+ Community-Based Providers (doctors, imaging centers, surgery centers)

All HCA Virginia hospitals are certified primary stroke care centers, as designated by The Joint Commission, which recognizes our exceptional efforts to create better outcomes for potential stroke and heart attack patients.

Our hospitals are also accredited chest pain centers by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. These awards and recognitions, along with many others, are testaments to our dedication to providing you with the best healthcare.

HCA Virginia Institute of Robotic Surgery (VIRS) is a 10-facility award-winning organization in Central, Northern, and Southwest Virginia, performing more robotic surgeries than any other health system in Virginia.

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6 Hospital Care Facilities, 1,672 Beds


Hospital   ER   Pediatric ER      Pharmacy   Gift Shop   Parking   *  Valet Parking  



4 Free Standing 24/7 Emergency Care Centers


9275 Chamberlayne Rd
Mechanicsville, VA 23116
14720 Hancock Village St
Chesterfield, VA 23832
1700 Temple Pkwy
Prince George, VA 23875
12720 Tuckahoe Creek Ct
Richmond, VA 23238

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