Open 24 Hours Open 24 Hours
Richmond Community Hospital
1500 N. 28th Street
Richmond, Virginia 23223
Get Directions Tel: 804-225-1700

Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital (RCH) is an urban hospital with 104 beds including an emergency department, a behavioral health unit, and a progressive care unit located in Richmond’s East End. In recent years, the hospital has undergone more than $9.8 million in capital improvements on the Richmond Community Hospital campus to better serve patients. This includes a new Good Health Pharmacy, increased access to care, and lab expansions. In addition, Bon Secours is currently investing an additional $22 million on the Richmond Community Hospital campus, which includes a new Adult Behavioral Health Partial Hospitalization Program (the first of its kind in the East End) which compliments the existing in-patient services currently offered, upgraded 3-D mammography services and a new MRI suite. 

Bon Secours is committed to treating every patient who comes through its doors with dignity and respect. Since 2018, we have provided nearly $18 million in uncompensated care to patients of Richmond Community Hospital. 

Bon Secours has been thrilled to invest in the progress and revitalization that has happened in the East End and are proud to have supported businesses and residents over the years. Since 2018 Bon Secours has invested more than $19 million in community benefit to support organizations and initiatives throughout metro Richmond, addressing the social determinants of health for residents.

Of this amount, more than $8 million has been invested in Richmond’s East End. East End Community Benefit Recipients include dozens of local businesses through our Supporting East End Entrepreneurship Development (SEED) program (more than $700,000), Habitat for Humanity, Richmond Public Schools, The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club, Challenge Discovery, the Peter Paul Development Center, Project: HOMES, and the Maggie Walker Community Land Trust.

Today, we continue to build on the legacy of our founding congregation through our commitment to addressing health disparities, the social determinants of health and environmental factors that impact our communities - and disproportionately so - the poor and uninsured. Our nonprofit ministry provides a wide range of services beyond traditional care delivery to support our communities - including but not limited to - mobile health clinics for the uninsured, forensic nursing services, transportation services in the East End, fresh food access, economic equity services and career development assistance - to support the health and well-being of the whole person.

Emergency Departments (EDs) are NOT public COVID testing locations. Please contact your healthcare provider or local health department for COVID testing site locations.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please go to the nearest ED. Patients who are seen in the ED will receive a medical screening examination and a thorough evaluation. Not all patients will receive COVID testing as part of their evaluation in the emergency department.

Vaccination - including a booster for those who are eligible - continues to be the most effective way to protect against COVID.