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Inova Alexandria Hospital
4320 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22304
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From babies to seniors, Inova Alexandria Hospital
provides world-class medical care
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Inova Alexandria Hospital is a 318-bed community hospital that offers a full range of healthcare services and has received national recognition for healthcare excellence
. We are dedicated to continually expanding our programs and services to help ensure we meet the healthcare needs of the communities we serve today and in the future.
Inova Alexandria Hospital has been ranked #5 on the list of Best Hospitals in Virginia, #4 in the Washington, DC, metro area, and recognized as one of the best in Northern Virginia. We are ranked as a U.S. News Best Hospital in nine adult specialties: cancer, gastroenterology, nephrology, orthopedics, urology, diabetes & endocrinology, geriatrics, neurology & neurosurgery, and pulmonology.
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The vision for Alexandria’s community hospital began in 1872 with one person – Julia Johns – and it continues today. For more than 140 years, Inova Alexandria Hospital has provided high-quality medical care and innovative technology. During our rich history, we have continuously enhanced our facility and services to offer the latest treatments and technologies, earning us recognition for many "firsts" in patient care.
Cardiovascular and interventional radiology
Spine surgery and treatment
Diagnostic imaging / radiology
- Inova Imaging Center
- Inova Internal Medicine
- Inova Breast Care Center
We're expanding to serve you better
Inova Alexandria Hospital is investing more than $84 million to enhance its emergency, cardiac, vascular, surgical and laboratory services. The enhancements are called Project 2010 because research showed that by the year 2010, more than one out of four people living in the Alexandria community were between 50 and 65 years of age. We want to be sure we have the critical healthcare services our citizens need as they reach a time of life when health challenges are statistically more common.