Ahead of an early 2018 opening, the university’s healthcare system cut the ribbon last week on its newest investment in the city.
St. Joseph’s Villa and the McShin Foundation are combining their expertise to help local students affected by what’s been labeled a national epidemic.
A massive steel girder was ceremoniously lifted into the downtown sky Monday morning, but not before the Sharpies had a chance to dry.
Its 15,000-square-foot Richmond facility offers program rooms, counseling offices, space for group meetings and a lab, and can support about 200 patients.
With the bulk of its tenants already in place, earth has begun to move on a local developer’s newest medical office building.
Fresh off an eight-figure capital raise and lured in part by one of the big local names in healthcare, a Denver startup is preparing for a River City road trip.
A fast-growing local behavioral healthcare company has inked its second acquisition in as many months.
The hospital system’s new plans include building a 55,000-square-foot, three-story medical office building just north of the school facing Libbie Avenue.
A year after it opened the region’s largest pediatric outpatient facility, VCU Health is going forward with plans for an adult version.
A $119 million project in Goochland took another step toward groundbreaking last week. The county’s economic development authority last week gave an initial approval for a bond issuance of $76.5 million for a 25-acre rehab hospital planned by Sheltering Arms and VCU Health. The debt is being applied for and will be repaid by Sheltering… Read more »