Novant Health Prince William Medical Center

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Novant Health Prince William Medical Center
Novant Health
Prince William Hospital, Manassas, VA, USA.jpg
Geography
LocationManassas, Virginia, United States
Organization
Care systemPrivate
Hospital typeGeneral
Services
Emergency departmentYes
Beds170
History
Founded1964
Links
WebsiteNovant Health Prince William Medical Center
ListsHospitals in Virginia
 
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Coordinates: 38°46′02″N 77°29′15″W / 38.7671°N 77.4874°W / 38.7671; -77.4874

Novant Health Prince William Medical Center
Novant Health
Prince William Hospital, Manassas, VA, USA.jpg
Geography
LocationManassas, Virginia, United States
Organization
Care systemPrivate
Hospital typeGeneral
Services
Emergency departmentYes
Beds170
History
Founded1964
Links
WebsiteNovant Health Prince William Medical Center
ListsHospitals in Virginia

Novant Health Prince William Medical Center in Manassas, VA, is the center-piece of northern Virginia's Prince William Health System. The 170-bed hospital[1] has won multiple national awards for healthcare excellence. Prince William Medical Center joined the Novant Health organization in July 2009 and is a private, not-for-profit facility.

Services[edit]

Novant Health Prince William Medical Center has a full suite of healthcare services. The hospital is nationally recognized for its efficiency in operating as a not-for-profit medical organization while maintaining a high level of patient satisfaction.
Prince William Hospital features the following services:

Also available at the hospital are heart and vascular services, diagnostics, home health care, radiology services, behavioral health services, pediatric care, rehabilitation services, and respiratory care.

Awards/Patient Satisfaction[7][edit]

Awarded to health care facilities whose satisfaction have shown great improvement over a two-year period.

To earn this distinction, a disease management program undergoes an extensive, unannounced, on-site evaluation by a team of Joint Commission reviewers every two years. The program is evaluated against Joint Commission standards through an assessment of its processes, its ability to evaluate and improve care within its organization, and interviews with patients and staff.

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