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Please save the date for Virginia Hospital Center's 5th annual benefit - Music & Medicine - at the Hamilton in Washington, DC on Saturday, September 27, 2014. 

 

The event will feature a special performance by Arlington's own Julie Wells who will present her one-woman cabaret show.

 

If you are interested in learning more about sponsorships, please contact Michele Werner, 703.558.5476. 

 

Tickets will be on sale beginning in June

Virginia Hospital Center is a recipient of the 2014 Outstanding Patient Experience Award from Health Grades

Virginia Hospital Center is a recipient of the 2014 Outstanding Patient Experience Award from HealthGrades. We are the only hospital in the Washington DC metro region to receive this honor. The Outstanding Patient Experience Award recognizes hospitals for patient satisfaction based on a survey of questions about doctor and nurse communication, hospital cleanliness and noise levels, and medication and post-discharge care instructions. 

Dine out in Celebration of National Nurses Week

 

Dine out for a good cause. All proceeds will go to the Friends of Nursing program at Virginia Hospital Center. This vital program supports scholarships, awards, & advanced certification for nurses. 

 

 

Monday, May 5

All Day

Lebanese Taverna Westover - 5900 Washington Boulevard, Arlington

or

Lebanese Taverna Pentagon - 1101 S. Joyce Street, Arlington

 

20% of sales (all day both locations including take out)

Show this flyer on your smart phone (or print it out)*

 

  

Tuesday, May 6

5 pm - 9 pm

 Elevation Burger (Lee Harrison Center)

2447 N Harrison Street

 

Donating 20% of sales

Deposit your receipt in the designated bucket next to the cash register*

  

  

Wednesday, May 7th

4 pm - 9 pm

Pie-tanza- (Lee Harrison Center)

2503 B N Harrison Street, Arlington

 

Donating 20% of sales

For dine-in and carry-out

Northern Virginia Health Foundation awards APC with $95,000 grant


Arlington Pediatric Center (APC) has been awarded a grant for $95,000 from the Northern Virginia Health Foundation (NVHF) which supports health services to low-income and uninsured Northern Virginians.  APC was one of seven organizations to receive support from NVHF. APC fills a vital need in Arlington County by providing high quality, compassionate outpatient medical care to low-income and uninsured children in the CountySince it was established by Virginia Hospital Center in 2001, APC has enrolled more than 11,000 children and provided over 140,00 clinical visits. 

 

"Without these programs, low-income people who may not have insurance or other resources have almost no place to go for quality health care in our region, and the need continues to grow," said Patricia Mathews, President and CEO of the Northern Virginia Health Foundation. "These grants will help safety-net programs keep their doors open and meet the demand for high-quality, affordable health care in Northern Virginia," she said.