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Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center

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1201 Broad Rock Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23249

Phone: 804-675-5000
Fax: 804-675-5581
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The Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center, located in Richmond, Virginia, is a level 1a 349-bed facility offering primary, secondary, and tertiary health care in medicine, surgery, neurology, rehabilitation medicine, intermediate care, acute and sustaining spinal cord injury, skilled nursing home care, and palliative care. Primary and secondary levels of care are provided in psychiatry beds, along with a substance abuse rehabilitation program. Richmond offers a broad range of diagnostic and therapeutic services including a 12-station dialysis unit, magnetic resonance imaging, cardiac catheterization, mammography, radiation therapy, electrophysiology, photophoresis and lithotripsy. Richmond is a national referral center for heart, lung and liver transplantations, and the medical center acts as a tertiary care referral center for subspecialty treatment, traumatic brain injury, open-heart surgery, oncology, and vascular diseases. The medical center has four community-based outpatient clinics located in Charlottesville, Fredericksburg, Emporia and Spotsylvania County, Virginia, and a strong and mutually beneficial affiliation with the Medical College of Virginia. Residency programs exist in virtually all general and specialty areas of medicine, rehabilitation, surgery, psychiatry, and dentistry. The medical center is the host site for one of five Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers in the VA system of care, and a Parkinson's Disease Research, Education and Clinical Center (PADRECC), one of six in the nation.



Medical College of Virginia
Virginia Commonwealth University


273 hospital beds
16 domiciliary beds
60 community living center



Tertiary Care



Cardiac Surgery
Heart/Lung Transplantation
Electrophysiology Lab
Spinal Cord Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury
Comprehensive Cancer Center
Primary Care
Radiation Therapy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Prosthetic Treatment Center
Regional Audiology Center
Geriatric Evaluation Unit
Hospice Unit