It is my pleasure to welcome you to the online home of John Randolph Medical Center. Our website has been updated to better serve you and provide you with all of the resources and information you need to stay informed about your health.
Founded in 1915, John Randolph Medical Center has evolved into a 147-bed facility committed and dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of the entire TriCities Region. John Randolph Medical Center is a nationally recognized healthcare provider and a part of HCA Virginia Health System, Central Virginia’s largest healthcare provider. John Randolph Medical Center has been recognized four consecutive years as one of the Joint Commission’s Top Performing Hospitals and has obtained the Joint Commission’s disease specific accreditation for our Hip and Knee Replacement Programs. We have received recognition from the American Association of Respiratory Care and our emergency room is stroke and chest pain accredited. We remain focused on continuously expanding our services and technology enabling us to provide quality services to our community.
Our website can provide you with a road map to our services, information on your health, and information about the highly trained physicians practicing at John Randolph Medical Center. From the latest news on health conditions to our community calendar, take time to view our website in detail and you'll agree that we are your trusted source for healthcare in the community and online.
You should have confidence that our employees are committed to providing you with quality and compassionate care. I invite you to call (804) 541-7417 should you have any questions or concerns regarding your care at John Randolph Medical Center.
In closing, I would like to thank you for choosing John Randolph Medical Center for your healthcare needs. My team and I consider the opportunity to serve you and your family a privilege. We are dedicated to ensuring that your time at John Randolph Medical Center exceeds your expectations.
Suzanne B. Jackson, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
John Randolph Medical Center