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About us

Henrico Doctors' Hospital is part of Richmond's West End and spans over five campuses. Read about our history and how we care for the health of our community.

Healthcare leaders in Henrico since 1974.

With specialty services spread across four community campuses, our doctors are able to provide the same level of care, no matter your location, no matter your condition.

Above all else, we at Henrico Doctors' Hospital are committed to the care and improvement of human life.

Envisioned, founded and supported by a group of independent physicians seeking to provide high-quality care in accessible community settings, we proudly serve Henrico County from our main hospital, as well as Parham Doctors' Hospital, Retreat Doctors' Hospital and Hanover Emergency Center.

We specialize in trauma, cardiovascular, neurological and oncology care, as well as groundbreaking diagnostic imaging. Our Virginia Transplant Center has become a national leader in kidney transplants, living kidney donations and paired-exchange kidney transplants.

Our women's health facility, The Women's Hospital, provides a full continuum of women's services, from breast health to obstetrics and gynecology to labor and delivery, with a Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in-house as well. We also offer a suite of gynecological oncology services.

Through our partnership with Sarah Cannon, we have become positioned at the forefront of cancer care. Located in the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at our main campus, oncology at our hospital is led by an experienced team of experts that offer the best cancer care possible, with access to advanced technologies and evidence-based treatment options.

Lastly, our cardiovascular unit, The Heart Center, provides the cardiac treatments you need, including minimally invasive valve surgery, aortic valve replacement, mitral valve replacement, and coronary artery bypass graft (CABG).

Throughout all of our various specialties, our mission is to ensure that you have access to the best quality healthcare, right in your backyard in Richmond. We are honored to continue to serve you.

Our leadership
Our hospital leadership teams are dedicated to continually improving our services, abilities and safety practices. They ensure our patients and our communities get access to the high-quality care they need and deserve.
Newsroom
We regularly publish articles when we add new services, departments and advanced technology, so you can see all the benefits our hospital has to offer.
Awards and recognitions
Across all of our services and specialties, we strive to raise the bar on healthcare. Because of our dedication to this pursuit, we are proudly recognized by organizations such as Healthgrades, the American College of Surgeons and The Joint Commission.

More services and amenities

As we grow, we want to continue to provide you with the services and amenities you deserve, serving all your healthcare needs under one roof.

  • 24/7 Adult and Pediatric ER, with dedicated FastTrack ER for less serious illness or injury
  • Chaplain services
  • Free valet parking available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm
  • Intensive care services
  • Level II Trauma Center
  • On-site pharmacy and gift shop

Volunteering

Volunteers play an integral role in the healthcare services we provide to our patients and the community. From clerical, concierge and informational services to nurse's assistants in both specialty and emergency units, our volunteers make a lasting difference in the greater patient experience.

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  • Schedule a follow-up appointment
  • Share your health records with a physician or caregiver
  • And more
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Healthy Living

Read our blogs to learn about preventive care and ways you can lead a healthier lifestyle.

5 habits to keep your heart healthy 

February 20, 2024
How to maintain good heart health, including healthy heart diet tips, exercises and learning about your family's health history.

5 habits to keep your heart healthy 

February 20, 2024
How to maintain good heart health, including healthy heart diet tips, exercises and learning about your family's health history.

Seasonal eating: Winter foods that nourish mind and body 

February 15, 2024
No season should be an excuse for poor eating habits. This winter, avoid traditional comfort foods like mac and cheese and cozy up to filling, nutritious foods.

6 warning signs of heart disease 

February 13, 2024
Learn about lesser-known heart disease symptoms and how to stay ahead of them.