We make kids feel better!
We know that having a sick child can fill the lives of parents and other family members with stress, uncertainty, and at times, sadness. That’s why we do everything we can to take care of parents and family members who have a sick child. From free parking, sleeping chairs for overnight visits and spiritual care, we go beyond medicine to address the needs of the whole person, the whole family.
At Bon Secours, we not only want kids to get well, we want children and their families to thrive through programs and services that include the Love and Learn education program, Commonwealth Parenting, A Woman’s Place and Safe Harbor.
Thanks to the generosity of many in the Richmond community, the Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation underwrites many projects that touch the lives of our pediatric patients. Many of the programs delivered through our Mission and Outreach Services receive financial assistance from the Foundation, including the Care-A-Van, Controlling Asthma in the Richmond Metropolitan Area (CARMA), Safe Kids and the Forensic Nursing program. We strive to be part of our community – not just located in it. And through these services, we provide health care to the least fortunate among us.
We have provided these pages to help you locate the resources you or someone you love may need to learn about our medical facilities, tests and services, and more importantly, to learn about the people who will make up your child’s care team. At Bon Secours, care goes beyond medical training and equipment. We use our training and equipment to provide gentle, compassionate care to your child and you. Many of us are also parents, and we treat your child like our own.