Honors and Awards

Since opening the doors on February 15, 1903, Richmond Community Hospital has served the healthcare needs of Richmond families. The 104 bed acute care facility maintains a proud heritage of providing expert health care to the residents of the City of Richmond, and our commitment to taking care of our community is stronger than ever as we embark on a second century of providing good help.

This year, Richmond Community Hospital enjoyed the following:

  • Joint Commission Stroke Certification
  • Lantern Award Recipient (one of three in state)
  • Bronze award winner for high standards of stroke care from the American Heart Association
  • Appointment of Dr. Yvette Johnson-Threat as Chief Medical Officer
  • Appointment of Michelle Dickerson as Chief Nurse Executive
  • Stabilization of hospitalist services through Eagle Hospital Physicians
  • Opening of Good Health Pharmacy
  • World Class Employee Engagement Scores, highest across Bon Secours Health System
  • Continuing to serve patients with free valet parking and patient transport van
  • Received funding approval for the following projects by the Richmond Community Hospital Foundation:
  • Renovation of first floor of medical office building, including Outpatient Infusion Center, Medical Oncology and Outpatient Heart Failure Clinic
  • Behavioral Health Renovations
  • Relocation of outpatient cardiac diagnostic department
  • Emergency Department Expansion
  • Upgrade mammography equipment to digital
  • New telemetry monitoring system
  • Anesthesia machine replacement
  • Ultrasound replacement
  • Glidescope for OR