When it opens in early 2025, Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health will be the first new full-service hospital in Washington, DC in more than 20 years. This teaching hospital will integrate clinical care with existing providers, The George Washington University Hospital and the Urgent Care Center in Ward 8. Additionally, options are underway for a future ambulatory facility in Ward 7. This clinical integration will establish a robust system of care for all District residents, but more importantly, it will ensure residents of Wards 7 and 8 have access to high quality care in their community.
The $434.4 million full-service hospital will include 136 beds (with the ability to expand to 184 beds), a verified trauma center, adult and pediatric emergency departments, maternal health and delivery, an ambulatory pavilion for physician offices, clinics, a community space, a 500-car garage and a helipad for emergency transports.
Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center GW Health Leadership
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