St. Mary's Hospital
Since 1966, St. Mary's Hospital has served Central Virginia, providing compassionate health care of the highest quality. St. Mary’s Hospital was the first community hospital in Richmond to achieve Magnet® Recognition by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for nursing excellence in 2008. St. Mary’s was named a Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospital in the nation by Thomson Reuters and was recognized by HealthGrades for being ranked among the Top 5% in the nation for emergency medicine, critical care, stroke, gastrointestinal care, and prostatectomy. St. Mary’s is accredited by The Joint Commission for having centers of excellence in heart failure, heart attack, hip and knee joint replacement and primary stroke center. It’s also a center of excellence for surgical weight loss surgery and breast imaging. Furthermore, St. Mary’s is designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the American College of Surgeons. St. Mary’s is pleased of all of its honors and awards.
For the past 40 years, St. Mary's Hospital has utilized the latest in medical technology to cater to central Virginia's patient population. It ranks in the top 10 percent of America's hospitals for emergency care, our Joint Replacement Center has been recognized nationally, and Style Magazine voted our birthing center as the best place in Richmond to have a baby.
Located in Richmond's West End, St. Mary's Hospital is well known for its excellent nurse-to-patient ratio, which keeps both our patients and our staff happy. Our 391-bed hospital, medical office buildings and physician practices offer services from a wide range of specialties.