Washington Hospital Center
The National Center for Advanced Pelvic Surgery at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC, is the first Center of Excellence: Continence Care in Women in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the US. The National Center for Advanced Pelvic Surgery at Washington Hospital Center prides itself on its strong interdisciplinary team orientation. It is considered a jointly held section in the Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Urology. Urology students at the Hospital Center do a rotation through urogynecology as part of their training.
Washington Hospital Center is a 926-bed major teaching and research hospital. It is the largest private, not-for-profit hospital in the nation’s capitol, among the 50 largest hospitals in the nation and a major referral center for the most complex tertiary services. It consistently ranks among the nation’s top hospitals as recognized in the U.S. News & World Report. The Hospital Center is a national leader in cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and endocrinology, emergency medicine, geriatrics, women’s services, trauma and burn care, and neurosciences. It operates MedSTAR, one of the country’s top shock-trauma and medevac programs, and also operates the region’s only adult burn center.
Washington Hospital Center Center of Excellence Healthcare Providers: