VCU Health held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week for a $420 million addition to its Children’s Hospital in downtown Richmond. Bon Secours similarly marked the completion of a $3 million Manchester clinic for uninsured people.
A concierge-style veterinary hospital and an outpost of an out-of-state urgent care concept for pets are both planning June openings up the street from one another on West Broad.
Renovations at the Northern Neck hospital were funded entirely by community donations, while the Chester property sold for $20 million to a healthcare real estate investor that is leasing it back to Bon Secours.
Lingerfelt and Hourigan are doing a joint venture with OrthoVirginia to develop the building, which would rise just east of Bon Secours Westchester Medical Park.
Investors in the capital raise included Richmond-based Blue Heron Capital. The money will funds the company’s plans to use to expand into North Carolina, Florida, Texas, Nebraska and New Mexico.
As it plots out a new hospital in Hanover County, the healthcare giant is pursuing a new project in the city of Richmond in a Thalhimer-led development along Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
An HCA Virginia emergency center that closed on a then-temporary basis in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic remains shuttered with no immediate plans to reopen. The West Creek Emergency Center at 12720 Tuckahoe Creek Court in Goochland County is nearing three years of suspended operations since its closure in April 2020. And the… Read more »
The facility has three manufacturing bays able to fill 90 million medicine vials and make up to 50 million pre-filled syringes annually.
In the face of scrutiny from a New York Times expose, the health system said it has plans for a new urgent care center, a new cancer screening center and other initiatives in the East End.
The health system is looking to add to its hospital count in the Richmond region with its first such facility in Hanover. It will buy the land from the Pruitt family.