From Richmond BizSense:
A joint venture between two of the region’s largest healthcare systems has found its preferred location for a planned rehabilitation hospital.
Sheltering Arms Hospital and VCU Health announced Tuesday plans to build a 114-bed inpatient rehab facility on about 25 acres in The Notch section of the West Creek Medical Park near the intersection of Route 288 and West Broad Street in Goochland County.
The new hospital – dubbed Sheltering Arms Rehab Institute – is set to combine physical rehabilitative inpatient care for people who have sustained a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury or similar illnesses and injuries, said Mary Zweifel, Sheltering Arms interim president and CEO. The hospital will also support a number of its recreational therapy and fitness programs.
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