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Dine & dance your way down Bourbon Street to provide healthcare for Arlington's low income and underserved children



February 22, 2014 

7 to 11 pm

Army Navy Country Club


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 or by calling 



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An Evening of Remembrance for those that have lost a loved one


Virginia Hospital Center's Palliative Care Department is dedicated to relieving suffering and improving quality of life for patients with severe illnesses. The Palliative Care Department will host its annual memorial event to remember loved ones that have passed.


December 7, 2013

Waterfall Atrium

Virginia Hospital Center


If you would like your loved ones name to be read, please call 703.717.4438 with the name of the person whom you want to remember. 


Please click here to view invitation. 

The Season of Giving

During this season of giving, please consider the value of having a state-of-the-art medical center nearby and make a gift to advance medical excellence at Virginia Hospital Center.  


From oncology to cardiology to women and infant health, support from patients and their families, physicians, businesses, foundations and many other members of our community is transforming Virginia Hospital Center.  Together, your contributions have raised substantial and much-need resources to invest in new technologies, care advancements, and benefits to our community.


There are many different ways to include Virginia Hospital Center in your year-end giving:

  1. Take advantage of the rising stock market to contribute appreciated securities. You will receive a charitable tax-deduction for the full market value of the securities and there are no capital gains taxes.  
  2. Make your gift on-line by credit card - visit our giving page by clicking here
  3. Call the Foundation at 703.717.4438 to make a gift by phone.
  4. More Ways to Give 

 Thank you for your support during the season of giving.

Virginia Hospital Center Earns Top Honors


Virginia Hospital Center named Top 50 Cardiovascular hospital

Virginia Hospital Center was named one of the nation's

50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics  and is the only hospital in the Washington, DC Metropolitan region to be so honored. Being selected as a Top Cardiovascular Hospital reflects excellence in cardiac surgery, cardiology and cardiovascular services. Please click here to learn more about this achievement.


Virginia Hospital Center Earns Joint Commission Top Performer

Virginia Hospital Center has been recognized by Joint Commission as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures®. The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 20,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. The key measures include: Heart Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia and Surgical Care for 2012.


As a Top Performer, Virginia Hospital Center is among the top third of all Joint Commission-accredited hospitals that reported accountability measure performance data for 2012.


Virginia Hospital Center tops in Patient Safety

The report cards are in and Virginia Hospital Center has again received a Hospital Safety Score of A from The Leapfrog Group. The Hospital Safety Score, the only peer-reviewed hospital grading system in the United States, is an A, B, C, D or F letter grade reflecting how safe hospitals are for patients.  The Leapfrog Group calculates a numerical safety score based on 28 publicly available measures of safety. This numerical score is then converted into one of five letter grades; "A" denoting the best hospital safety performance. Only 32% of the over 2,500 hospitals in the U.S. earned an A for their safety score.  

New Medical Director Named for Arlington Pediatric Center

Dr. Tatiana Zenzano caring for an APC patient
Dr. Tatiana Zenzano is the new Medical Director for Arlington Pediatric CenterFor the past 18 months, Dr. Zenzano has been a pediatrician on staff at APC. Prior to joining APC, Dr. Zenzano was a Senior Clinical Advisor for the Department of Health and Human Services. She led a team for the Office of Disease Prevention that worked with the United States Department of Agriculture to release the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Dr. Zenzano has spent significant portions of her career devoted to public health and working closely with patients and families.