Hampton Roads' largest provider, Sentara Healthcare, operates, seven acute-care hospitals in the region, including one of the best cardiac facilities in the world. U.S. News and World Report has consecutively ranked Sentara Norfolk General among America's Best Hospitals for more than a decade. 

In addition to the Sentara facilities, there are seven other full-service acute-care hospitals in Hampton Roads, with some offering long-term care. Hampton Roads is also home to the public teaching facility of Eastern Virginia Medical School and Children's Hospital of King's Daughters, Virginia's only free-standing, full-service pediatric hospital. 

Other healthcare resources in the immediate area include LifeNet Health, a nonprofit-organ, procurement organization, the Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute, the only such cancer treatment center of its kind in Virginia, and Urology of Virginia, a Virginia Beach-based cancer treatment, care and physical therapy center. 


 Hospitals in Virginia Beach MSA

Bon Secours DePaul Medical CenterSentara Leigh Hospital
Bon Secours Mary Immaculate HospitalSentara Norfolk General Hospital
Bon Secours Maryview Medical CenterSentara Obici Hospital
Chesapeake Regional Medical CenterSentara Princess Anne *

Riverside Regional Medical Center

Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital *
​Riverside Doctors' Hospital Williamsburg​​Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center
Riverside Walter Reed HospitalSouthampton Memorial Hospital
Sentara Careplex Hospital
*Loca​ted in the City of Virginia Beach​

Source: 2017 Virginia Health Information, Hampton Roads Statistical Digest 

 Specialty Hospitals

Children's Hospital of The King's DaughtersChildren/pediatric
Eastern State HospitalPsychiatric
Hampton Roads Specialty HospitalLong-term acute care
Lake Taylor Transitional Care HospitalLong-term acute care
Navy Medical Center PortsmouthMilitary personnel
Riverside Behavioral Health CenterPsychiatric
Riverside Rehabilitation InstituteRehabilitation
Sentara Hospital for Extended RecoveryLong-term acute care
The Pavilion at Williamsburg PlaceLong-term acute care
Virginia Beach Psychiatric CenterPsychiatric

Source:  2017​ Virginia Health Information, Hampton Roads Statistical Digest​​