Rappahannock General Hospital

Answering the Call

Join us to ensure our region's healthcare needs are met.
Today. Tomorrow. For everyone.

When Rappahannock General Hospital opened in 1977, the world was a very different place. Today, Rappahannock General Hospital continues to answer your call—and to serve all who need care in our community.

Community support is essential to ensuring our region’s healthcare needs are met with excellence and compassionate care. Will you help make a difference for your family, your hospital, and the entire community by supporting an updated state-of-the-art Rappahannock General Hospital?

To learn more about the Campaign for Rappahannock General Hospital, please download our Campaign Brochure or contact Lee Boykin, at [email protected], to request a mailed copy.

To make a donation by check, please mail to:

The Campaign for Rappahannock General Hospital
Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation
5855 Bremo Road, Suite 100
Richmond, VA 23226

Our Cause

Transform and modernize Rappahannock General Hospital, an important community asset, to best serve the changing and growing health care needs of Northern Neck residents.

Our Goal

$20 million (goal extended).

Our initial $15 million goal has been met. THANK YOU! With an additional $5 million from donors, more areas and services can be modernized for the best patient care.

Our Timeline

Renovations are under way and some newly updated areas of the hospital have already reopened.

Answer the Call

Make a gift for state-of-the-art health care right here at home in the Northern Neck

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A new and improved Rappahannock General Hospital

See why local leaders are involved with our campaign and passionate about helping to create a new Emergency Department, registration area, front entrance, café and other spaces that modernize health care for the Northern Neck region.

An update on the campaign for Rappahannock General Hospital

Learn the latest we have to share on the campaign, including what all was included in the Phase One of construction that has been completed, new goals for the campaign, and what still needs to be done.

Campaign Leadership

Elizabeth H. "Sissy" Crowther, Honorary Co-Chair
Douglas D. Monroe, Jr., Honorary Co-Chair (in memoriam)
Jeffrey M. Szyperski, Honorary Co-Chair
Craig J. Kelly, Co-Chair
Michael Kennedy, Co-Chair
Mary Kay Rotert, Co-Chair

The Nurse Station will be centrally located in the new Emergency Department

A 10-bed Emergency Department offers better privacy and safety for patients

A covered entry welcomes visitors to the hospital

Registration windows are conveniently located near the main entrance

A fresh and modern first impression to conveniently welcome patients and visitors

A more comfortable waiting area for visitors, near the Emergency Department

A bright, modern café is a warm and friendly place for staff and visitors