The Richmond-based nonprofit announced it will permanently shut down a satellite facility in Fredericksburg due to the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 200,000-square-foot, 114-bed facility is nearing completion in West Creek.
The hospital chain has pumped the brakes on plans for a 24-hour, 11,000-square-foot facility on about 3 acres at the intersection of Nuckols Road and Hickory Park Drive near Innsbrook.
After winning nine figures in new federal funding, a local pharmaceutical startup is looking to Petersburg as its first step toward securing the nation’s generic drug supply.
Not even health care is totally safe from the economic disruptions of the coronavirus pandemic, as Richmond-area urgent care providers juggle the regular business of urgent care with operation of COVID-19 testing centers.
As it prepares to open the Richmond area’s first medical cannabis production facility this month, its operator now has its eye on opening several dispensaries, thanks to recently signed state legislation.
Armed in part with an initial $6 million in government funding, Phlow Corp. is led by Kaleo co-founder Eric Edwards and Frank Gupton, chair of the Department of Chemical and Life Sciences at VCU’s College of Engineering.
One thing that working from home is depriving downtown employees of is the chance to bear witness to the vertical evolution of one of the newest, and tallest, additions to the city skyline.
Looking to expand on its capabilities, a downtown-based medical research firm has just received an eight-figure shot in the arm.
Two proposed developments that would add a total of about 77,000 square feet in new retail, restaurant and office space in Hanover County are working their way through the planning approval process.