Reston, Va. (March 17, 2016) — HCA Virginia’s Reston Hospital Center has announced a major facility expansion that comes in addition to the 2015 completion of the a medical office building and other major renovations. 2016 marks the 30th anniversary of Reston Hospital Center and the facility’s growth plans are not slowing down.
Reston Hospital Center’s recently completed expansion project included an 180,000 square foot medical office building and a new lobby for surgical waiting and Pavilion II, creating a seamless entry to Pavilion I, Pavilion II, surgical discharge, and outpatient testing. The Emergency Department went through a major renovation, including the addition of Reston Hospital’s pediatric ER, housing 5 dedicated pediatric beds, to cater to the needs of local children. The hospital also added four additional operating rooms, 15 preoperative rooms, and 19 recovery rooms to the surgical services department to better serve the growing needs of patients and providers.
Reston Hospital’s latest plans include a state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit, additional patient rooms, as well as an expansion and renovation of its Women’s and Children Services, including its Level III NICU.
In addition to expanding patient care areas, Reston Hospital plans include refurbishments to the lobbies, cafeteria, and other patient support areas located on the main level of the hospital. The addition of a new visitor corridor and a second parking garage are also included in the plans. The hospital anticipates work to begin in late 2016.
“We’ve seen our community grow exponentially over the years. This region’s commercial and residential development will be further accelerated with the expansion of public transit infrastructure,” said John Deardorff, president and CEO of Reston Hospital Center. “This expansion will ensure our ability to meet the ongoing demand for healthcare services within the community we so proudly serve. This year marks our 30th Anniversary and we look forward to celebrating our history with exciting plans for our future.”