A fundraising campaign for a new local medical facility hit a milestone this week but still has a ways to go.
The Washington Redskins have courted a second local health-care giant on their swing through Richmond.
A Glen Allen-based pharmaceutical company embroiled in a scandal related to gifts received by Gov. Bob McDonnell could now be facing trouble from within.
When your medicine expires within 12 hours of production, it pays to be close to your customers.
After taking over and paying rent on an Eastern Henrico animal hospital, a Midlothian vet has taken the plunge.
A Richmond company will soon get to try its technology at two Virginia hospitals.
More than 23 percent of the patients a local nonprofit serves are from Manchester, but the city and a neighborhood association reject a plan to relocate part of the group’s services there.
In a $7 million project, VCU Health System and HCA Virginia are teaming up to build a cancer treatment center in Spotsylvania County.
Bon Secours will be the naming sponsor for the Washington Redskins’ new Richmond practice facility, the financing of which Mayor Dwight Jones described as “complex.” And the hospital giant also announced plans for two new medical facilities in Richmond.
All but three of the 11 hospitals that serve the Richmond area stand to take at least a small financial hit over the next year due to new penalties that went into effect this month.