Grow Your Career in Richmond, Virginia

Our Hospitals and Medical Centers

Bon Secours proudly serves the Richmond, Greater Richmond, Emporia and Rappahnnock communities at seven state-of-the-art hospitals and medical centers.
Memorial Regional Medical Center 8260 Atlee Road
Mechanicsville, Virginia 23116
Southern Virginia Medical Center 727 N Main Street
Emporia, Virginia 23847
Southside Medical Center 200 Medical Park Blvd.
Petersburg, Virginia 23805
St. Francis Medical Center 13710 St. Francis Boulevard
Midlothian, Virginia 23114
St. Mary's Hospital 5801 Bremo Road
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Rappahannock General Hospital 101 Harris Road
Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482
Richmond Community Hospital 1500 N. 28th Street
Richmond, Virginia 23223

How We Serve the Richmond Community

Total Number of Hospitals 7
Physician Practices 100+
Cancer Centers 7
Childcare Centers 3
Outpatient Infusion Centers 6
Free-Standing Emergency Departments 3
Community Guest House 1
Sports Training Center 1
“At the Care-A-Van, we are able to provide services to people who may have never had access to these types of health care services before. Being a Latina nurse and knowing the language barriers that come with being in a new country, we are able to communicate with compassion to advocate and empower our patients to play a role in their health and the health of their families.” Yomara M., RN, clinical supervisor of the Bon Secours Care-A-Van
“There are very few careers that require both specialized expertise and genuine compassion for others. I have found that in the field of nursing, especially in my time as forensic nurse.” Kendra J., Critical Care RN, Forensic Nursing
“I’ve worked across this community for almost a decade to collaborate with key community partners and to break down silos inside and outside the health system, seeking to bring together diverse entities to focus on community health and effective community engagement,” Kerrissa shares. “My goal is to work in partnership with our ministry’s leaders, frontline team members and community organizations to work toward a more just community.” Kerrissa M., Richmond Program Manager of Community Health