Henrico Doctors' Hospital
Henrico Doctors' Hospital, with three campuses (Forest, Parham and Retreat), is a 767-bed acute-care hospital offering state-of-the-art medical technology in a community hospital setting. Part of the HCA Virginia Health System, Henrico has been named one of America's 50 Best Hospitals and the #1 hospital for stroke care in Virginia by HealthGrades. Henrico has also received HealthGrades' five-star award for joint replacement (total knee and total hip replacement) and for cardiac surgery (coronary bypass and valve replacement). An accredited Chest Pain Center, Henrico Doctor's Hospital provides a full-range of emergency, medical, surgical and rehabilitative care with advanced offerings in cardiac care, women's health, oncology, orthopedics, diagnostic imaging and minimally invasive robotic surgery. We're the only hospital in Virginia that has initiated a fetal surgery program for our tiniest patients. We have also performed more da Vinci robotic surgeries than any other facility in Virginia.
Henrico Doctors' is a Solucient 100 Top Hospital and is a national leader in kidney transplants. We received the National Research Corporation's Consumer Choice Award rating as the best hospital in the area for our reputation and quality of care. Our latest technology includes the use of 3.0 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), which offers advanced image quality and improved patient comfort for whole body scanning. We are the first hospital in the Richmond area to use this technology to detect and diagnose disease.
Experience a positive, professional work environment in a top tier facility located in one of the most livable cities in America. Richmond, which is the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, has a metropolitan population of nearly one million residents. Richmond is a city deep in history, with terrific neighborhoods, museums and festivals year round. The city also boasts the first state-supported art museum in the United States and the Southeast's largest museum - the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. With easy access to Interstates 95 and 64, Washington, D.C., Virginia's beaches and the Shenandoah Mountains are only an hour and a half away. In the city you will find a wealth of small-town charm and big-city amenities woven into a landscape catering to all walks of life. The area enjoys four distinct seasons, including one of the most remarkable displays of fall foliage along the Eastern seaboard.