At Virginia Hospital Center, we put our patients first. Donate below to help us ensure that we have enough beds to support our community’s growing population and employ the nation’s top medical staff. Every gift strengthens our ability to provide the best healthcare services to your community for generations to come.

THIS IS OUR VISION FOR VIRGINIA HOSPITAL CENTER
We are embarking on the largest transformation that our campus has been through since we first opened our doors in 1944. We invite you to follow along on this journey as we seek to transform the way we deliver care so that we can continue to be the hospital that is there for you in your greatest times of need.

Statement from the Co-Chairs

We feel very fortunate to have Virginia Hospital Center as a resource available to us. However, we know that having world class and accessible medical care in our growing community comes at a cost in terms of new technologies and expanding needs. This is why we have made a commitment to our health and the health of our community by supporting the Virginia Hospital Center Foundation’s Power of Community campaign with a financial gift.

We also know that our gift will help the Hospital build and retain the facilities and staff necessary to offer the best in medical care and wellness.  Our investment in the Hospital’s future is also a personal one.  It not only ensures world class care close to home when we need it most, it offers our family a way to say “thank you” while creating a lasting legacy.

Pictured here: Bob & Brenda Hawthorne and
Randy & Jocie Anderson, Campaign Co-Chairs

Outpatient Pavilion

In August 2019, VHC began construction on a $250 million project to expand the hospital’s outpatient capacity and improve community access to care. The Outpatient Pavilion will be located on a 5.5 acre parcel next to VHC’s main campus, the facility will support surgery, women’s imaging, pharmacy, an outpatient lab, endoscopy, physical therapy and medical offices. The project is slated to deliver by the end of 2022.

View the full Stakeholder Briefing and Virtual Tour

See all the photos from the Stakeholder Briefing and Virtual Tour

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4A Patient Unit

This 21-bed, med/surg unit was designed and constructed in record time and incorporates many design features focused on both patients and caregivers, with the ultimate goal of enabling unparalleled healing and treatment. The unit incorporates central caregiver support areas with both physical and visual connectivity, patient nourishment areas, a private family consult room as well as staff respite areas. The use of artwork, furniture and high-end finishes merging decorative tile, stone and wood-look surfaces all contribute to an extremely comforting space.

Within the new patient rooms a large footprint is utilized to establish well thought out, highly functional zones for caregiver, family and patient. Each private patient room is complete with spacious toilet/shower rooms, wall-mounted charting stations, large patient televisions, family sleeper sofas, patient recliner chairs, beautiful artwork and built in benches and storage options. Starting with the set-back entry with sound absorbing ceiling elements, all of the features within the new rooms are carefully designed to give the feeling and comfort of home within a healing environment.Additionally, the unit’s ventilation system was modified in response to COVID to allow for remote conversion from positive to negative pressure, providing an extra layer of protection for patients and staff.

 

Tour of VHC’s Renovated Medical-Surgical Unit

Virtual Walk Through of the Proposed 4A Patient Unit

View all the 4A Patient Unit Renderings Below

4th Floor Donor Tour – August 6, 2020

Giving

Gifts of Cash

This is the most common and easiest form of giving. Your contribution is tax-deductible* and can be made by check or credit card. Donate now

Gifts In-Kind

One of the easiest and most direct ways to give back! Our Arlington Pediatric Center accepts in-kind donations of books (early readers through age 18) and basic necessities for babies year-round, and holds drives for coats and new toys during the winter months and holiday season!

Memorial Gifts

Help your family member, friend or colleague leave a lasting legacy with a memorial gift to VHC. All gifts made in tribute are acknowledged to the person that you designate or their family. Acknowledgments do not mention the amount contributed. Click here to make your tribute gift online or by mail.

Gifts of Stock of Appreciated Securities

When you contribute stock or other appreciated securities to VHC, you are entitled to a tax deduction for the full market value of the stock or securities and do not have to pay capital gains tax. This type of gift is particularly attractive if the stock or securities are not yielding annual income and would be subject to capital gains tax if sold directly in the market.

How to gift stock to VHC

Gifts of Assets

You can support VHC with gifts that don’t impact your current lifestyle or your family’s security by either designating the Foundation to receive estate assets in the future or by making immediate gifts to us of assets that are “out of sight and out of mind.”

Legacy Gifts

A legacy gift to the Foundation can address a number of financial planning matters. Whether you are interested in saving taxes, preserving your wealth, transferring assets, or creating a life income stream, a planned gift can produce attractive financial benefits to you and your family.

Workplace Giving

United Way: If your employer participates in the United Way campaign, simply write in Virginia Hospital Center in the undesignated charity section of your United Way form.

Employer Matching Gifts: Many employers will match your gift to the Foundation. Just check with your company’s Human Resources Department to find out if your gift can go twice as far.

Combined Federal Campaign: We are a participating charity in the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area. Federal employees can support the Hospital by designating Virginia Hospital Center, CFC #53594.

The Galen Society

To become a member of The Galen Society, an individual or family makes a one-time gift or pledge of at least $25,000. Current donors can also reach Galen Society member status through their cumulative giving of $25,000 or more to Virginia Hospital Center.

All Galen Society members who committed to a pledge of $10,000 or reached the $10,000 cumulative giving threshold before 2019 are considered lifetime Galen Society members.

Galen Society members maintain their philanthropic support of the Hospital with an annual gift of $1,000 or more.

Learn more about the benefits of being a member of The Galen Society

Women’s Health Circle

Women’s Health Circle members commit to supporting Virginia Hospital Center by pledging $5,000 or more, to be paid over a period of five years.

An exclusive benefit to members is an invitation to bi-annual Salons, where a discussion on a female-focused health topic is led by a Virginia Hospital Center Provider. Members are also recognized on the Hospital’s Wall of Philanthropy in the Waterfall Atrium.

Learn more about the benefits of being a member of the Women’s Health Circle

For more information about the Power of Community Campaign contact Barbara Bush, Director of Philanthropy at bbush@virginiahospitalcenter.com or 703.717.4436.

For more information about The Galen Society, the Women’s Health Circle, or our Friends of Nursing program, contact Colleen Hughes at  chughes@virginiahospitalcenter.com or 703.717.4424.

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