Dulles, VA — StoneSprings Hospital Center will launch several new services and innovative technologies by the end of 2021 to improve patient care. The hospital’s growth is fueled by a desire to continuously meet the evolving healthcare needs of the community and to bolster needed community resources, like in-patient mental health care.

Many of the programs launching this fall are the culmination of years of strategic planning and effort. These include adding:

  • An advanced robotic-assisted option for knee replacement–making StoneSprings the first hospital in Northern Virginia to use the CORI technology, which offers more accurate placement of artificial knee components while eliminating unnecessary radiation exposure
  • Both in-patient and out-patient mental health services with the resources needed to assess and treat patients close to home with the support of family and friends --due to open this fall
  • A new ambulatory surgical center for general orthopedics, total joint replacement, and spinal procedures -- due to open in Nov./Dec.
  • Expanded Women’s Services using top care providers, like staffing our NICU with neonatologists from Children’s National, ranked No. 1 for newborn care by US News & World Report
  • A life-changing bariatric surgery program, offering a customized combination of surgery and support for nutrition, exercise, and long-term behavioral change for weight loss.

“We’re excited to introduce so many new programs and services,” said Nathan Vooys, chief executive officer of StoneSprings Hospital Center. “Our growth at StoneSprings Hospital Center is a reflection of our community and our absolute commitment to advanced, quality care for every patient.”