Sheltering Arms Hospital

Sheltering Arms Hospital

"Sheltering Arms Hospital" was founded in 1889 in Richmond, Virginia. From its inception, Sheltering Arms has been committed to rendering medical services to all regardless of their ability to pay. The early mission of the Hospital, to "succor . . . the sick, suffering poor," drew the affections, resources and energies of many concerned citizens, physicians, and nurses into the service of ailing, impoverished Virginians.

Sheltering Arms Physical Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the first inpatient rehabilitation hospitals of its kind in Central Virginia, currently serving from two in-patient locations. We also offer case management services to help you and your family address short- and long-term rehabilitation issues and access community-based resources. Sheltering Arms Physical Rehabilitation Hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

In-patient facilities:

*NORTH: As part of the Memorial Regional Medical Center complex in the northern portion of the metropolitan Richmond area in Hanover County, the facility features 40 private rooms, modern therapy treatment rooms, courtyards, cafeteria, gift shop and convenient access from Interstate 295, as well as I-95, I-64, and U.S. Route 360 east of Richmond.

*SOUTH: In November, 2005, Sheltering Arms opened its second inpatient hospital site in the Richmond area. The 28-bed inpatient facility opened on the fourth floor of the new Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Office Building, near State Route 288 in Chesterfield County. (Also convenient to U.S. Route 60 West and U.S. Route 360 West) of Richmond.

In other parts of the United States, there have also been several other institutions known as Sheltering Arms Hospital.

*Sheltering Arms Hospital (West Virginia) was open in Kanawha County, West Virginia from 1888 to 1923, when its work was assumed by county hospitals.

*In Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Sheltering Arms Foundation was founded in 1983 as the successor organization of the Sheltering Arms Orphanage, Hospital and School, which had served disadvantaged children for more than 100 years. [http://www.mcf.org/mcf/whatsnew/archives/Oct2000/arms001024.htm]

External links

* [http://www.shelteringarms.com Sheltering Arms of Richmond, Virginia]


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