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Excellent Health Care Just Moments Away

Chesterfield County residents are only minutes away from any of the metropolitan area’s medical facilities. The Richmond region has more than 4,100 physicians and 19 acute care and specialty hospitals with nearly 4,000 staffed beds, including the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System with more than 747 beds, Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center with 130 beds and CJW Medical Center with 748 beds.

Virginia Commonwealth University Health System

VCU Health is the most comprehensive teaching medical center in Virginia and is regularly ranked among the top hospitals in America. Its medical school is one of the nation’s largest and houses one of the nation’s oldest transplant programs.

Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center

Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center offers state-of-the-art medical and surgical services in a 245,000-square-foot facility. The hospital has 130 private patient rooms; six all digital surgical suites; a complete line of women’s health services, including a 12-bed birthing center and neonatology on site, 24/7, 365 days a year; 24-hour emergency care for all ages and all digital radiology and diagnostics. The hospital is located in western Chesterfield near Routes 288 and 76.

Johnston-Willis Campus of CJW Medical Center

The Johnston-Willis Campus of CJW Medical Center is also located in Chesterfield County. With 748 beds and two medical campuses, CJW Medical Center is one of the largest facilities in the nation’s largest hospital system, HCA. Each campus provides a wide range of services with specialty programs established at one hospital or the other. Both campuses have state-designated trauma centers.

Chesterfield County Health Department

The Chesterfield County Health Department has a staff of nurses, sanitarians and health officers who provide clinics, school nurses and environmental health programs. The Chesterfield County Mental Health Center provides county residents with a place to receive professional help in their own community, including such services as outpatient assistance, crisis intervention, and a substance abuse program.