Location Profile

Williamsburg, Virginia

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Williamsburg, Virginia
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. With over 100 beds and a full staff of dedicated health professionals, it’s one of the leaders of quality care in the region. The hospital has been recognized for the quality of its care by U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals. The facility offers a full range of care and services including obstetrics, heart care, advanced testing and more.

Community Overview

Williamsburg is one of the most popular cities in Virginia. Known for the historic village of Colonial Williamsburg, the city is packed with things to do, places to visit, and plenty of entertainment options. Whether you visit the historic area or enjoy the rest of the city, you’ll quickly find yourself in love with the charming locale. Williamsburg is one of the best places to live in Virginia according to Niche.com readers and has been named one of the best places to visit in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure Magazine. The city is enjoyable year-round and has something to meet every interest. If you’re looking for a slower pace of life, affordable living, and beautiful surroundings, Williamsburg is the place.

Learn more about Williamsburg at the official city website.

Cost of Living


The combined public school district of Williamsburg and James City County serves Williamsburg. To date, the district consists of 9 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 3 high schools. A virtual learning program is also available for students. Students have exceptional learning experiences when attending district schools. The district is one of the best in the state and was ranked 16th out of 132 school districts by Niche.com. Ranked 795th in the U.S and 14th within the state, Jamestown High School has been recognized as a Silver winner in U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools. Middle school students are allowed to participate in the district’s 1:1 laptop program, which provides students a laptop use in school and at home. A variety of other academic and extracurricular options have made the district one of distinction, resulting in 83% of students proficient in math and reading. Williamsburg also made more than 10 private schools.

Click here to read more about public schools in Williamsburg.
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Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

You can definitely engage in some extreme shopping in Williamsburg. From the boutiques of High Street to the local shops populating the area, the city has multiple shopping destinations. Williamsburg is an 18th-century style retail village with more than 40 shopping and dining options. It’s a great place to browse for apparel, gifts, books, food, shoes and more. Head to the Riverwalk Landing on the Yorktown River for even more specialty shops for items you won’t find anywhere else, and when you’re done with that, visit New Town, a sprawling 365 acres of shops. Bargain hunters don’t have to look far for a great deal in Williamsburg either, as Williamsburg Premium Outlets is the largest outlet mall in Virginia. There’s simply too much to list, and it just has to be experienced. The rest of Williamsburg is just as exciting -- from arts to entertainment, there’s plenty to do. Theatrical productions offer premier quality while the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra has a variety of concerts for families and adults each year. The arts are strong in Williamsburg as the city even has 2 annual celebrations of the arts in the spring and fall. Colonial Williamsburg is the main draw for Williamsburg and attracts history buffs in drives annually, as the area is entrenched in American history. A living museum and historic district, Colonial Williamsburg offers visitors the chance to see how life was in the past. Historic buildings date back to the 18th century and are filled with historical reenactors demonstrating daily life. You can immerse yourself in the area’s history visiting more than 40 sites and trades, historic taverns, and world-class museums. If you would like to have a bit more adventure in Williamsburg, just take your pick of an activity. There are miles of beautiful trails to hike or bike, and plenty of places to take a boat tour, sailing, fish, or go swimming. Even thrill seekers have a great time in Williamsburg thanks to Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country. There you can encounter wild animals, ride the park attractions, and race coasters. This is just the beginning -- your adventure in Williamstown is whatever you make it.

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Crime Rate

Williamsburg is highly rated for its safety, boasting a crime rate 52% lower than the national average. The city crime has actually decreased by 4% over the last year, and Williamsburg is safer than 64% of the rest of the country.

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