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Sibley Memorial Hospital
Sibley is a non-profit, full service 318 bed acute care community hospital serving the Washington, DC area since 1890. Our mission is to provide quality health services and facilities for the community, to promote wellness, to relieve suffering, and to restore health as swiftly, safely, and humanely as it can be done consistent with the best service we can give at the highest value for all concerned.
- Grand Oaks – Residents are independent in many ways, so the range and level of services varies widely from one person to another. Typical support services include administration of medication, help with grooming and bathing. A resident may require help regularly or on an "as needed" basis. If memory loss is a concern, Grand Oaks' Reminiscence Neighborhood offers a structured daily routine, compassionate assistance, and 24-hour nursing staff to provide positive experiences and attentive care for people with memory disorders and Alzheimer's Disease.
5901 MacArthur Boulevard, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Phone: (202) 349-3400
Behavioral Health – inpatient adult and geriatric Behavioral Health Program provides acute, short-term treatment for patients ages 18 and older in need of a safe, secure and therapeutic environment.
Program Director: Michael Goodman, LICSW
Phone: (202) 537-4929
Sullivan Center for Breast Health – services including breast imaging, breast surgery, radiation oncology, pathology, medical oncology, physical therapy and palliative care. Also included as needed are psychosocial support, oncology nursing, genetic counseling, nutrition counseling, clinical trials, community outreach and more.
Phone: (202) 537.4545
Educational Events / Programs
Gastric Bypass Surgery
Gynecologic Oncology & Surgery
Home Health Care
Intensive Care Unit
Labor & Delivery
Pain Center – If you suffer from chronic pain, chances are your physician will refer you to a pain center that offers a wide variety of services to help you live a more pain-free life.
Phone: (202) 537.4141
Pelvic Floor Disorders
- Renaissance (Skilled Nursing Facility) – Residents receive therapy daily. The therapists focus on helping the resident increase their strength, flexibility and endurance. Physical therapy will help them perform mobility tasks safely such as walking, transfers from one surface to another and climbing stairs. Occupational therapy will help them safely perform functional tasks such as bathing, dressing and other activities of daily living.
Phone: (202) 243-5170
Weight Loss Center
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