Presidential

 

 

Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center opened June 7, 2010, and is part of HCA Virginia, which is the commonwealth’s most comprehensive healthcare network. SMRC is a $175 million hospital with 126-beds. All rooms are private and provide a full range of in– and outpatient services, including 24-hour emergency care, obstetrics, diagnostic imaging, intensive care, cardiac catheterization and psychiatric care. Located on a 75-acre campus south of Fredericksburg on Interstate 95, the Hospital won state approval and has now opened a cancer treatment center next to the Pogonia Medical Arts Building.

SRMC employs more than 500 staff members and pays roughly $1.5 million in taxes annually to Spotsylvania County, thereby broadening the county’s tax base. SRMC operates as a community hospital, with a management team and a board of trustees who live in and are committed to the community. This commitment to community is a key philosophy of HCA. With a workforce of more than 10,000, HCA is one of the commonwealth’s largest employers and healthcare providers. Each year HCA Virginia facilities provide approximately $100 million in free charity care to needy patients and pay $100 million in taxes that support vital community services. For more information, contact http://spotsrmc.com/ or (540) 498-4000.