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Medical and surgical care in Reston, Virginia

Welcome to Reston Hospital Center, a full-service, 231-bed acute care medical and surgical hospital serving residents in Reston and the growing Northern Virginia region. We are conveniently located near the Reston Town Center, and just minutes from Dulles Airport. Our expanding campus features superb medical expertise across numerous specialties, giving you access to the best care providers, technology and evidence-based treatments.

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Why people choose us

Our hospital is committed to offering advanced healthcare services with a compassionate, patient-focused approach across Northern Virginia.

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We live here and work here.

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We provide high-quality care.

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We're part of Fairfax County.

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Capabilities


Accreditations


Awards and recognitions

  • Healthgrades Patient Safety Excellence Award
  • Healthgrades Labor & Delivery Excellence Award
  • Healthgrades Obstetrics and Gynecology Excellence Award
  • Healthgrades 5 Star Safety Ratings for bariatric surgery, heart failure, sepsis, C-section delivery, vaginal delivery and spinal fusion

Surgical care

Our advanced surgery program provides minimally invasive and robot-assisted procedures for a range of conditions, including those affecting the gastrointestinal, spinal and neurological areas of the body.

Learn more about our surgery program 

Neurological rehabilitation

Also called neuro rehab, this program helps patients recover from strokes, spine and brain tumors, injuries and other neurological disorders. Our new rehab facility offers physical, occupational and speech therapy, among others.

Learn more about our neuro rehab program 

Weight loss program

Eligible candidates for bariatric surgery can get more information about this life-changing procedure. Our weight loss services also include support with lifestyle changes, fitness goals and relapse prevention.

Preparing for your visit

We strive to inform patients about financial expectations regarding healthcare services and prepare them for upcoming procedures.

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Patient financial resources
Our hospital is committed to providing useful information to our patients so you can understand the financial side of your healthcare needs.
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Register online
We know your time is valuable, so we offer convenient online registration for services such as surgical procedures, mammograms and diagnostic tests and treatments.
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Advanced care planning
When creating an advanced care plan, there are several aspects to consider. That's why we've put together a set of guidelines to help you make your plan.

For visitors

We want our patients' visitors to be informed and for them to be as comfortable as possible. To do that, we provide information regarding our visitor services and policies, guest Wi-Fi access, community partnerships and other resources.

Visitor services and policies 
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MyHealthONE allows you to manage all parts of your healthcare easily and securely

  • View health records — lab results, physician notes, imaging reports and more
  • View your post-visit summary
  • Schedule a follow-up appointment
  • Share your health records with a physician or caregiver
  • And more
Create an account 
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