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Effective Oct. 1, all facilities formerly owned by Novant Health UVA Health System have been renamed to align with UVA Health, which became its sole owner on July 1. This includes all acute care facilities, ambulatory and outpatient locations, and medical group offices throughout the Northern Virginia and Culpeper areas. The three acute care facilities in Manassas, Haymarket and Culpeper are now doing business as:
- UVA Prince William Medical Center
- UVA Haymarket Medical Center
- UVA Culpeper Medical Center
A full list of the new names for all locations can be found here.
“Our brand evolution, including updating facility signage, websites, forms, workwear and other materials will continue throughout 2022,” said Al Pilong, chief executive officer of UVA Health’s facilities in Northern Virginia and Culpeper. “We appreciate our community’s patience and understanding as we work through this ongoing process.”
This naming change is yet another milestone in the ongoing ownership transition for the community health system announced earlier this year. It’s a reminder that physicians, advanced practice providers and team members throughout Northern Virginia and Culpeper are now united with UVA Health to deliver high quality care to patients in our communities. Expanding the scope of UVA Health will provide more opportunities for patients to access clinical trials examining potential breakthrough treatments and better support highly specialized care for patients across Virginia.
For more information about the ownership change, visit UVAHealthUnited.com.
About UVA Health
UVA Health is an academic health system that recently expanded to include four hospitals across Charlottesville, Culpeper and Northern Virginia, along with the UVA School of Medicine, UVA School of Nursing, UVA Physicians Group and the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library. With more than 1,000 inpatient beds, approximately 40,000 inpatient stays annually and more than one million outpatient encounters annually at UVA Health, more than 1,000 employed and independent physicians provide high-quality, comprehensive and specialized care to patients across the Commonwealth and beyond.
Founded in 1819 as just the 10th medical school in America, the UVA School of Medicine – with 21 clinical departments, eight basic science departments and six research centers – consistently attracts some of the nation’s most prominent researchers to develop breakthrough treatments to benefit patients around the world. Those research efforts are backed by more than $200 million in grant funding. UVA Medical Center is recognized as the No. 1 hospital in Virginia for children by U.S. News & World Report, with five specialties rated among the top in America. More than 230 UVA physicians are honored on the Best Doctors in America list. For more information, resources, and to follow us on social media, please visit uvahealth.com.