Medical/Surgical Pavilion

The Medical/Surgical Pavilion at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital will be comprised of three essential elements of a world-class academic medical center: excellent clinical care, a strong foundation in education, and leading-edge research. Our goal is to provide a new level of excellence with the patient care experience through an entirely new, innovative medical facility. 

Medical/Surgical Pavilion at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
Rendering of the New Medical/Surgical Pavilion at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

Founded in 1898 as part of Georgetown University, the hospital opened with 33 beds and was staffed by the Sisters of St. Francis. Since it moved to its current location in 1930, the hospital has continued to expand in patient units, support services, clinical departments, and training and education. Today, MedStar Georgetown is a national and international leader in the world-class healthcare landscape in every way except one—its facilities.


Improving the Patient Care Experience

The Pavilion will support cutting-edge advancements in medical technology and our focus on providing exceptional care, in particular the areas of transplant, orthopaedics, neurosciences, and surgical services.

The new facility will streamline hospital service lines, feature a rooftop helipad with direct access to new, state-of-the-art operating rooms and emergency department, provide private patient rooms, and easier, underground parking.


Partnering for Excellence

MedStar Georgetown is partnering with Georgetown University, generous philanthropic investors from the community, and global constituents, all working together every step of the way to develop this project to meet the needs of clinicians, patients, neighbors,
and friends.

This extraordinary new facility provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to improve the quality of health care for generations of patients, as well as advance groundbreaking research on the great medical issues of today and tomorrow

To partner with us and to learn more, contact the Office of Philanthropy at 202-444-0721.