Winchester Medical Center

Winchester Medical Center, a 445-bed, non-profit hospital in Winchester, VA, is a regional referral center offering a broad spectrum of services that includes diagnostic, medical, surgical and rehabilitative care. A level II trauma center, Winchester Medical Center (WMC) is a resource for 400,000 residents in a region known as the Top of Virginia, plus neighboring West Virginia and Maryland.

In 2012, Winchester Medical Center completed a $161 million campus expansion project which expanded emergency services, added intensive care unit beds, and provides an intimate healing envoironment for families and newborns using our Newborn Intensive Care Unit. WMC is rated among the top five hospitals in Virginia by U.S. News & World Report.

Winchester Medical Center
1840 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA
(540) 536-8000
Stereotactic Radiosurgery
Stereotactic radiosurgery is a radiation treatment that targets brain, lung and spine tumors with pinpoint accuracy. Winchester Medical Center has partnered with University of Virginia Health System to bring stereotactic radiosurgery to Winchester. Our radiation oncologists and neurosurgeons use this advanced non-surgical technology, along with four-dimensional CT imaging, to target and destroy tumors once considered untouchable. To learn more, go to
Winchester Medical Center