Location Profile

Woodbridge, Virginia

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

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Woodbridge, Virginia. Services at the facility include advanced imaging, emergency care, cancer care, and more. The facility recently underwent an upgrade to enable its healthcare professionals to offer even more comprehensive quality care. An award-winning facility that helps thousands each year, the healthcare provider is a trusted leader of care in the region.

Community Overview

A beautiful suburb of Washington, D.C, Woodbridge is a quaint area of Virginia and one of the best-rated spots in the state. The city is known for its lovely lush parks and is bounded by two rivers: The Occoquan and the Potomac. This suburb of Washington D.C. is a charming little area that’s often ranked one of the best places to live in Virginia. Woodbridge is popular with residents who work in D.C. and want to commute to maintain a quieter pace of life. Transportation options include a commuter bus and a local bus to help residents and visitors get to where they need to be.

Learn more about Woodbridge at the town website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Woodbridge’s public education system is administered by the highly-rated Prince William County School District (PWCS), one of the largest school districts in the state. The district has 60 elementary schools, 16 middle schools, 12 high schools, 1 Governor’s school, 3 special education schools, 2 traditional schools (grades 1-8), and 1 K-8 school. A new elementary school, Prince William Parkway Elementary, is scheduled to open this August. PWCS is a strong educational system and offers a world of opportunities to its students. The district features thorough curriculums and robotics programs in every school in the district. Specialty programs offered at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels include world languages and world languages. Middle school specialty programs also include International Baccalaureate while high school specialty programs also feature Advanced Placement (AP) scholars, performing arts, information technology, environmental and nature sciences, biotechnology and engineering, and more. PWCS also features a virtual high school to enable students to learn online in a variety of courses. Over 70% of student in the district are proficient in math, and 80% are proficient in reading, and there’s nearly a 90% graduation rate. Although a large school district, PWCS students enjoy a low student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. Niche.com readers have rated PWCS among the top 40 Best School Districts in Virginia. Woodbridge also has over 20 private schools, making it possible for parents to choose the best academic environment for their child.

Click here to read more about public schools in Woodbridge.
Click here to read more about private schools in Woodbridge.

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

All of Prince William County has terrific shopping options with a diverse mix of locally-owned shops, boutiques, sprawling shopping complexes, town centers, and malls. Woodbridge’s Potomac Mall and Stone Bridge Potomac Town Center are both bustling retail centers with exciting retail stores to browse. You’ll also find Woodbridge has all of the big-box stores like Walmart, Kohls, and Target giving affordable options to all.

The county has great options for arts and entertainment. Woodbridge itself has several great movie theatres including the Alamo Drafthouse and AMC, both great places to see the newest releases. There’s also a popular escape room in Woodbridge, and this attraction puts guests to the test to see if they find clues, solve puzzles, and “escape” in 60 minutes from a themed scenario. Bowling is available at several venues in the city and several locations include an arcade. Little ones can have fun in BeeHive Park, an indoor playground for ages 3 months to 12 years old. BeeHive features games, moon bounces, air hockey, and a section that stimulates the imagination. Older kids and adults who want a thrill can venture to Laser Quest, an indoor laser arena. There’s also the Kids Choice Sport & Fun Center, a daily children’s center with 8,00 square feet of fun. Options at Kids Choice include an indoor swimming pool, moon bounce house, indoor soccer/sports field, laser tag, and more.

Woodbridge is also a grand place to enjoy the beauty of nature. Several protected land areas in the city offer not only great bird watching but also serene settings that are perfect for relaxation. The Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge is a 1-square-mile property with a bird refuge and diverse habitats, while the Mason Neck State Park is a popular destination to spot bale eagles, osprey, herons, and other birds. Mason Neck also includes boardwalk trails to let you take in great views of the Potomac River. If you want to be in a beautiful green space but have a bit more recreation, visit the Veterans Memorial Park which offers a skating area, aquatic center, duck pond, playground, and baseball complex. You’ll find other charming parks in the area.

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Crime Rate

Woodbridge is one of the safest areas not only in the state but also in America. The crime rate is 66% lower than the national average and Woodbridge is safer than 81% of the rest of the country. Woodbridge is protected by the vigilant Prince William County Police Department, a full-service police department that offers multiple crime prevention initiatives.

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