Designating a gift for the Hospital’s Greatest Need allows the Hospital to purchase items such as new patient beds, upgrade our electronic medical records system so that patients and their doctors can access their information seamlessly and securely, improve our facilities, and most importantly, ensure each of our patients have access to the highest quality medical care possible. When you make a gift to support the Hospital, you can be assured that you are making a direct and immediate impact on not only the health of your loved ones, but the entire community we serve.

For Our Neighbors Fund

Virginia Hospital Center provides world-class healthcare throughout the Northern Virginia region. The For Our Neighbors Fund ensures that access to the same level of care can be provided to everyone in our community. The Fund directly supports four departments in the Hospital and the services they provide for community members in need.

Being good neighbors creates a better community. 

The Cancer Resource Center at Virginia Hospital Center helps people throughout the cycle of their treatment – from time of their diagnosis to the end of their treatment afterward. We understand that in addition to the physical toll that surgery, radiation and chemotherapy take on the body, there are emotional consequences. Coping with these stresses is an integral part of the healing process and the Cancer Resource Center’s core mission. Focusing on survivorship, the Cancer Resource Center offers a broad range of support services for patients and their families—all of which are free because of support from the For Our Neighbors Fund: Meet some of the amazing people that makes up VHC’s Cancer Care and Survivorship Teams.

Read the latest Cancer Resource Center Newsletter.

At Virginia Hospital Center, the Senior Health Department creates opportunities for individuals to thrive in their older years. Whether you are seeking care at the Hospital or connecting with us in the community, our number one priority is your comfort and well-being. The Department at the Hospital is a place where everyone can find the region’s best senior health  services and programs to help you age safely and independently, as well as stay informed and engaged.


The Outpatient Clinic is dedicated to providing comprehensive healthcare services to patients ages 18 and up who reside in Arlington County and who do not have insurance or whose insurance is Medicaid or Medicare. The Clinic focuses on preventative and wellness care in order ensure a base level of health for everyone in Arlington County. Each visit is a set cost and no patient is turned away because of an inability to pay. The Outpatient Clinic offers:

  • Breast Health

  • General Surgery

  • Gynecology

  • Internal Medicine

  • Obstetrics

  • Orthopedics

Take a virtual tour of the Outpatient Clinic!

In partnership with the Outpatient Clinic, Virginia Hospital Center Pediatrics (VHC Pediatrics) serves as a Medical Home to uninsured or underinsured children in Arlington County. VHC Pediatrics offers comprehensive, affordable, quality healthcare in a culturally-sensitive environment to its patients, ranging from birth through 18 years of age. VHC Pediatrics’ patients have family incomes at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Level.

Located in a convenient, accessible location in Arlington, VHC Pediatrics features a full-time staff including pediatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, care coordinators and behavioral health professionals.

VHC Pediatrics offers:
  • Acute Care for Illness and Injury

  • Care Coordination for Special Healthcare Needs

  • Literacy Programs

  • Mental Health Therapy

  • Pharmacy Assistance

  • Preventative and Well-Child Visits

  • And so much more

Watch a patient story.

Make an Impact

VHC is proud to elevate our mission to new heights by providing the highest quality medical care to those most in need through the For Our Neighbors Fund. With your help, we can ensure that every person in our region has access to the healthcare that can set them on the path to overall wellbeing and success. Being good neighbors creates a better community.

A gift of $1,000 could be prescription medications for 20 children who are patients at VHC Pediatrics. Help a neighbor care for their child.

 A gift of $500 is a whole year of a Lifeline subscription for a senior in our region.
Help a neighbor age in place.

A gift of $250 could be the funding for two sessions of yoga for the Cancer Resource Center.
Help a neighbor find peaceful movement during trying times.

A gift of $100 could be a sleep apnea machine for an Outpatient Clinic patient.
Help a neighbor get a good night’s sleep.

Donate today and help your neighbors feel healthy, happy and at home in our community!