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Reston Hospital Center Breaks Ground on Latest Phase of Master Plan

October 16, 2012

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Photo: From left to right - Mark Ingrao, President & CEO of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce; Milton Mathews, CEO of Reston Association; Cathy Hudgins, Fairfax County Supervisor of the Hunter Mill District; Jane Raymond, Interim CEO of Reston Hospital Center; John Foust, Fairfax County Supervisor of the Dranesville District; Joe Ritchey, Chairman of the Reston Hospital Center Board of Trustees.

Reston, Virginia – September 19, 2012–Reston Hospital Center was joined by local officials, Board members, physicians and staff on Monday, September 17 for a ground breaking ceremony to celebrate the beginning of the next phase of their master plan. The new, $25 million, Pavilion II Medical Office Building will be located adjacent to the existing Pavilion Medical Office Building and provide 180,000 square feet of space for hospital services and physicians’ offices. With a planned opening in the fall of 2013, the new Pavilion II’s design will incorporate earth tones and tree motifs to reflect the nature of Reston.

“Reston Hospital Center has grown tremendously since we opened our doors 25 years ago and this milestone comes as our community looks forward to further growth on the cusp of welcoming rail to the corridor”, said Jane Raymond, Interim CEO. “This ceremony honors history and celebrates the change that the future will bring.”

In addition to ushering in Reston Hospital Center’s next phase of expansion this Medical Office Building will be LEED certified, the first in the country for HCA. Currently buildings need at least 40 points to become LEED v3 certified. Based on the design, the Pavilion II Medical Office Building will be eligible for at least 48 points.

About Reston Hospital Center

Part of HCA Virginia Health System, Reston Hospital Center is a 187-bed, acute-care medical and surgical facility founded in 1986. It has garnered high honors for attentive patient care and nursing excellence, receiving the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) prestigious Magnet Recognition Program®. The hospital is part of HCA Inc., a Nashville, Tenn.-based company that is the leading provider of healthcare services in America.