All Five Inova Hospitals Nationally Recognized with an ‘A’ for the Spring 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade

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Falls Church, VA – All five Inova hospitals were once again awarded ‘A’ grades for the spring 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades.  A national distinction, Leapfrog recognizes Inova’s achievements in protecting patients from harm and providing safer healthcare. This is the fourth consecutive grading period that all five Inova hospitals have received an ‘A’ grade.  In…

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Is it Safe to Go to the ER for non-COVID emergencies?

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If you are experiencing a medical emergency, do not be afraid to come to the hospital for immediate care. Inova’s Emergency Rooms are open for all patients and remain a safe place to seek care in Northern Virginia. During this time of COVID-19, Inova has implemented additional safety procedures at all facilities, based on CDC…

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Ryan Zimmerman’s “Pros for Heroes” Fund Helps Healthcare Workers

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Ryan Zimmerman of the World Series champion Washington Nationals was featured on NBC’s Today Show on Friday, April 17 to discuss his recently founded Pros for Heroes Relief Fund, which supports front-line healthcare workers and their families. The fund has already donated gifts of meals and financial resources to purchase Personal Protective Equipment for team…

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Nurses Leave Encouragement Messages With Sidewalk Chalk

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During the Covid-19 pandemic, the doctors and nurses of Inova Loudoun Hospital are supported with words of enouragement from other nurses. “I was really touched because it’s a great representation of how we support one another,” said Kelly Stevenson, a nurse and special projects manager. Read more and see pictures of the messages on Loudoun…

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Have You Recovered from COVID-19? We Need Your Help!

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Inova Health System is looking for individuals recovered from COVID-19 to donate plasma (colorless fluid part of blood) for a research study. Your donated plasma contains immunoglobulins (immune protection) and this study will use your plasma to help patients currently sick with COVID-19 disease. Learn more at

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