Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center in Washington, DC building exterior, front view

Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health

Opening in early 2025

Currently under construction, Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health will integrate clinical care with existing providers, The George Washington University Hospital and Cedar Hill Urgent Care GW Health in Ward 8. This will establish a robust system of care for all District residents, and in particular, communities East of the River.

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Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health Location

1200 Pecan Street SE
Washington, DC 20032

The new community hospital will be centrally located in Ward 8 on the St. Elizabeths East campus, near the Congress Heights Metro Station, just north of the Entertainment and Sports Arena.

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Cedar Hill Regional front entrance

“Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health will provide a comprehensive network of care to serve all District residents, but more importantly it will ensure residents of Wards 7 and 8 have access to high quality care in their community.”

KIMBERLY RUSSO
Group Vice President, Acute Care Division, DC Region
Chief Executive Officer, The George Washington University Hospital

Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health

By the Numbers

$116M

contracted with Certified Business Enterprises (CBEs)

37

CBEs contracted to date; five are in Ward 5, three are in Ward 7, and seven are in Ward 8

136

beds in service during initial phase

500+

hospital jobs in the first year

300

district residents hired to work on the construction

“When we open Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health, this will be a facility that residents can trust, a hospital that is modern and financially stable. Today, I am grateful for all the workers, healthcare partners, and teams who are helping me keep this promise and delivering DC’s first new full-service hospital in over 20 years.”

Muriel Bowser
Mayor, Government of the District of Columbia