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Sheltering Arms Institute opens to patients June 13


VCU Health and Sheltering Arms Hospital collaborated on development of new rehab hospital in Richmond, Va.

Sheltering Arms Institute, a collaboration with VCU Health, will open its doors to patients in phases beginning June 13.

Bringing together clinicians, scientists, innovators and technologists, Sheltering Arms Institute draws upon the strength of both organizations to provide exceptional care in one place for individuals who have survived strokes, spinal cord injuries and brain injuries, as well as those in need of general rehabilitation for a variety of illnesses and injuries.

The 212,063 square foot, 114-bed inpatient rehabilitation facility is the only hospital in central Virginia constructed specifically for physical rehabilitation. Features include private rooms for all inpatients, five specialty units, a 9,251 square foot main therapy gym and three satellite gyms, research space, and state-of-the-art patient care technology and rehabilitation equipment. Take a virtual tour of the Sheltering Arms Institute by viewing the video below.



Sheltering Arms Institute will begin opening its doors to patients on Saturday, June 13, and will continue welcoming patients in phases throughout the month. The facility is located in the West Creek Medical Park off Broad Street Road at 2000 Wilkes Ridge Drive in Richmond, Va.