Charlottesville and the Central Virginia area is blessed with an extensive network of hospitals and medical health care services. The two main hospital systems in Charlottesville are the University of Virginia (UVA) Health System and the Sentara Martha Jefferson hospital. In addition there are various other holistic, alternative, and acupuncture options, but for now let’s discuss the two main hospitals.
UVA Health System
The UVA hospital system is the largest in the area, anchored by the UVA hospital facilities in Charlottesville and affiliated with the university as an academic hospital. The UVA main hospital features outpatient services, 700 inpatient beds, surgical and diagnostic treatments, and 71 neonatal intensive care beds. You can click here to access Details of UVA Hospital
A large part of the UVA Health System is its satellite network of regional centers to offer access to specialized care in nearby counties across the area. Those services include inpatient/outpatient, imaging, primary care, surgery, and a clincial cancer center. You can click here to see specific Locations of UVA Medical Facilities
Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital
Sentara Martha Jefferson was formed when the former Martha Jefferson Hospital merged with Sentara Healthcare in 2011 to expand the range of its services and treatment options. The Charlottesville hospital is a 176-bed care center with 365 affiliated physicians.
Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital enjoys a spectacular location on Pantops Mountain in Charlottesville with a new facility built in the early 2000’s. This allows services that include a Cancer Care Center, Digestive Care Center, Cardiology Care Center, Orthopedics including Spine Surgery & Joint Replacement Surgery, Bariatric (Weight Loss) Surgery, Neurosciences including Neurosurgery and a Sleep Medicine Center, Stroke Care Center, Thoracic Surgery, Vascular Medicine & Surgery, and a Women’s Health Center.
You can click here to see specific Details of Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital Care