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Universal Health Services
500,284 sq. ft., 5-Stories
The Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center, GW Health's namesake is the nearby estate and final residence of abolitionist Frederick Douglass. This name is fitting as the hospital is critical to bringing equitable access to healthcare to the District’s health care system. Cedar Hill meets an essential need to deliver a state-of-the-art hospital with a verified trauma center east of the Anacostia River and provide a more equitable health care system to the residents of the city. The hospital in partnership with the District of Columbia is located on the historic St. Elizabeth’s East Campus in Ward 8 near the Anacostia neighborhood in Southeast Washington, DC. The hospital includes 136 patient beds, women’s services, an emergency department, a trauma center, radiology, and surgery in a new acute care building. The outpatient ambulatory portion of the building provides clinic space, imaging, specialty care and medical offices, cardiac rehab, surgery, and conference/education space. Previous hospitals east of the Anacostia River have been fraught with challenges and difficulties, including closures of critical services.