Vibra Hospital of Richmond

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Vibra Hospital of Richmond

Vibra Hospital of Richmond
Vibra Hospital of Richmond Testing
2220 Edward Holland Drive
Richmond, VA 23230 (804) 578-6514
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A High Quality Long Term Acute Care Facility

Vibra Healthcare is a national healthcare network focused on the extended care needs of people with complex medical conditions. Vibra Hospital of Richmond is a long term acute care facility, meaning we provide advanced medical treatments for prolonged periods that traditional hospitals are not designed for. Certain medical conditions, such as lung disease or kidney failure, require focused patient care that can be most efficiently provided for inpatients. We do not recommend patients for discharge until we have helped them reach a point in their recovery where they can live comfortably and safely at home.

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Elevating Patient Care.

We determine the best extended care option for our patients.

Our team is well-versed in the latest techniques in long term care.

We are determined to raise the standard of patient care.

Our facilities are constantly pursuing a higher level of service excellence.

We are always seeking strategic opportunities for growth within the industry.

Our Mission & Principles.

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A Hospital Designed to Meet Your Every Need

We accept patients with a wide variety of medical needs and in order to provide them with the best care possible, we have expanded our services to offer patients and their families with numerous amenities for their convenience. These include nutritional services, an onsite pharmacy for medication assistance, case management, rehabilitation programs, a radiology laboratory, and surgical services, and chaplaincy services. Treating a patient’s condition is only half the battle, it is equally important for us to help them feel more comfortable and relaxed in order to help the healing process. Be sure to ask our staff for anything you or your family may need while staying with us.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

Read some of our patients' stories of their experience with the Vibra Healthcare team.

  • Michael W.

    Michael W.

    Vibra Hospital of Richmond

    “My family thought I wasn’t going to make it!” exclaimed 51-year old Michael, as he walked back into Vibra Hospital Richmond after completing rehabilitation. After being treated at MCV for acute pancreatitis, acute on chronic kidney failure and sepsis, Michael was admitted to Vibra with a less-than-hopeful prognosis for a full recovery. Many healthcare professionals did not think that he would be as functional as he is today. After many days of focused intensive care from the team at ... Read More

  • Mary B.

    Mary B.

    Vibra Hospital of Richmond

    After suffering from a spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia in 2014, Mary Buckingham had a long road ahead of her. Mary had to battle many barriers to her recovery including a large wound and serious bone infection. Mary received excellent surgical care at Mary Washington Hospital and post surgical follow-up care at Vibra Hospital of Richmond. With the help of that specialized care and her large and supportive family, Mary is well on the road to recovery. Following a brief hospital ... Read More

  • Patricia K.

    Patricia K.

    Vibra Hospital of Richmond

    Patricia, a 92-year-old mother of four, unfortunately suffered from a severe stroke in June 2015 and was admitted to HCA Johnston-Willis Hospital for care. During her stay, Patricia was closely monitored by Neurology and Pulmonology specialists who recommended a craniotomy. After surgery, Patricia had a difficult time weaning from the ventilator, was suffering from the stroke and several infections, developed pressure ulcers, and even required a blood transfusion. The medical team ... Read More

  • Richard R.

    Richard R.

    Vibra Hospital of Richmond

    Richard Roscoe’s journey to recovery began after he unfortunately suffered a traumatic fall in January 2016, injuring and fracturing his left ankle. At that time Mr. Roscoe underwent extensive orthopedic surgery which required an internal fixation device and hardware placement for bone stability. Initially he did very well and it was not until several months later that he started to develop complications and pain at the fracture site. After a follow up visit to his orthopedic surgeon in ... Read More