Martha Jefferson Hospital has a singular mission: to improve the health of the community. Since its founding more than 100 years ago, Martha Jefferson has constantly evolved to meet the diverse healthcare needs of the patients who trust us with their care.
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Today, our vision is as clear as it was to our founders. We will continue to set the standard for clinical quality and personalized healthcare services.
To that end, we commit to a distinctive combination of cutting-edge technology and a tradition of care and human touch. In 2008, we integrated the Planetree model into the Caring Tradition that has distinguished Martha Jefferson for more than a century.
The information in this section provides an at-a-glance look at Martha Jefferson Hospital, our physicians and staff, and the role we play in making our community healthier. Together, we are saving lives and redefining community healthcare.
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The Hospital is 540,000 square feet. Total Staff Members: 1,735
Licensed Beds: 176
Inpatient Discharges: 11,049
Outpatient Registrations: 271,383
Inpatient Surgeries: 2,459
Outpatient Surgeries: 4,229
Martha Jefferson provides mission-driven community outreach to support the health needs of under served persons and to improve the overall health and well-being of our community.
As a part of our continual process of planning for the future, we recently moved to our new hospital located on Pantops Mountain.
The Planetree model extends a warm, personal touch into all aspects of healthcare. From the design of the physical environment to welcoming family members into the hospital...
The recognition we receive from national organizations is a nice reminder that Martha Jefferson provides just such outstanding care in the personalized setting of a community hospital.
Martha Jefferson Hospital was founded in September, 1903, by seven local physicians; and in July, 1904, the new hospital opened its doors.
Our focus on patient care and needs. Our comfortable environment. Regarding patients as people, not an illness or injury. The personal touch.