A Tradition of Quality
When it comes to choosing a hospital, one thing is clear: quality counts. And a century-long tradition of providing medical care in a comfortable and convenient environment means peace of mind for the thousands of patients who are cared for by the doctors and nurses at the George Washington University Hospital each year.
Just minutes from Washington, D.C.'s tourist sites and government headquarters, the George Washington University Hospital serves a diverse group of patients, from area residents to visiting dignitaries and heads of state.
Since the current George Washington University Hospital building opened in 2002, physicians and nurses have been treating patients in a technologically advanced hospital. With millions of dollars of medical equipment, and a completely wireless network, GW Hospital offers advanced and innovative healthcare in a warm, friendly environment.
From the First Steps and Beyond
GW Hospital’s mission is to provide the highest quality healthcare, advanced technology and world class service to our patients in an academic medical center dedicated to education and research.
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Patients, employees and DC area residents can trust GW hospital for advanced, specialized and complex care as well as care for more simple illnesses and injuries. Learn how GW Hospital is defining medicine in all levels of care every day.
As a multidisciplinary, tertiary care hospital, the George Washington University Hospital offers many diverse services all in one central location. Physicians at GW are known for their clinical expertise in:
- Breast care services
- Cancer care
- Cardiovascular care
- Cardiac surgery
- Emergency medicine
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Neurology and neurosurgery
- Robotic surgery
- Women's Center
Primary care and specialty outpatient care are available through the Medical Faculty Associates, a multi-specialty physician practice group of more than 750 physicians covering 51 specialty and subspecialty areas. The Medical Faculty Associates' doctors have offices in the Ambulatory Care Center, an outpatient clinic building located one block from the hospital.
|Emergency Department Visits||77,191|
|Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacements (TAVR)||30|