Virginia Women’s Center opens new location in Henrico County
Virginia Women’s Center (VWC) has completed construction of its new Short Pump location and is open for business.
The 36,000-square-foot facility, completed on April 1, is located off West Broad Street and Gayton at 12129 Graham Meadows Drive in Henrico County. It has a staff of 65, including 13 doctors and three nurse practitioners.
“Our vision was to meet our patients where they live, work, shop and play, and we believe we’ve achieved that goal with the opening of our new location,” Dr. Kay Stout, VWC’s president said in a statement. “Not only are we able to offer more services to our patients, but the location is easy to find and very accessible to women throughout the area.”
At the new location, VWC will offer gynecologic and obstetrical care along with numerous subspecialties — including urogynecology, urology, maternal fetal medicine, genetic counseling, clinical research, mental health, bone health and breast-health services.
The new location features a 300 square-foot community room where lecture series will be offered as well as prenatal yoga classes.
VWC, a women’s health-care practice, also has offices in Midlothian, Mechanicsville, Richmond’s West End, Tappahannock and Kilmarnock.