List of hospitals in Washington, D.C.
Hospitals for members of the public
- Children's National Medical Center
- George Washington University Hospital
- Hospital for Sick Children
- Howard University Hospital
- MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
- MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital
- MedStar Washington Hospital Center
- Providence Hospital (Closed impatient services, December 2018; Emergency Room closes 4/30/2019)
- Psychiatric Institute of Washington
- Sibley Memorial Hospital
- Specialty Hospital of Washington - Capitol Hill
- Specialty Hospital of Washington - Hadley
- St. Elizabeths Hospital
- United Medical Center (opened in 1966 as Cafritz Memorial Hospital; also formerly known as Greater Southeast Community Hospital)
There are two hospitals within the District of Columbia which offer care solely to members of the United States military, their families, and to veterans. These facilities are owned and operated by the U.S. federal government and are generally not utilized by members of the public unless the individual falls into one of the categories served.
- "Hospital Facility List." Health Care Facilities Division. Health Regulation and Licensing Administration. Department of Health. District of Columbia. Revised 2009-11-23. Accessed 2009-12-21.
- Levine, Susan. "Hospital Has a New Name and Outlook." The Washington Post. May 30, 2008.
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center is scheduled to merge with the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, in 2011 to form the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, at which time the D.C. facility will close. See: Kennedy, Kelly. "Panel: Plans for New Walter Reed Fall Short." Army Times. November 30, 2009; Myers, Bill. "Congress Gives $4.4M More for Bethesda Naval Realignment." The Washington Examiner. December 11, 2009.