MEDARVA Healthcare prides itself on practicing and perfecting the art of medicine, and partnering with community organizations to help bring medical assistance and awareness to those in need. The organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, whose roots can be traced back to October 31, 1951 when Richmond Eye Hospital was established. Today, MEDARVA Healthcare consists of the following entities:
- The MEDARVA Foundation supports numerous medical care and education programs in Richmond and central Virginia. Community-based organizations that have benefited from the Foundation’s funding include CrossOver Ministry, The Daily Planet, the Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center, Hitting Cancer Below the Belt, The Sisters Network, Virginia Voice, and Special Olympics. For the last five years, the Foundation has supported a pre-school program for screening vision and hearing called W.H.E.E.L.S. In 2015, the Foundation launched its own Pre-K vision and hearing program, offering a more comprehensive approach to screening, along with important follow-up processes that are necessary to ensure success for each child. Additionally, the Foundation is also involved in collaborative ventures with academic institutions, medical organizations and philanthropic groups to fund leading-edge research aimed at achieving important medical breakthroughs.
- MEDARVA Stony Point Surgery Center is central Virginia's pre-eminent outpatient surgical facility. Founded in the tradition of the former Richmond Eye and Ear Hospital, the Surgery Center provides a broad spectrum of routine and highly specialized healthcare services, in addition to offering vision and hearing care. For more information about MEDARVA at Stony Point Surgery Center, please visit www.StonyPointSC.com.
- MEDARVA Physician Network, which consists of 83 independent physicians and offers ownership opportunities in MEDARVA Stony Point Surgery Center.
- MEDARVA Medical Office Building, which is a three-story building located in the new West Creek Medical Park, centrally located just west of Short Pump. This building is home to several local medical practices including Virginia Physicians for Women (VPFW) and Dr. Jeffery Zuravleff, who specializes in oculoplastics – which includes a wide variety of surgical procedures dealing with the eye socket, eyelids, tear ducts, and the face. It also deals with the reconstruction of the eye and associated structures.