Virtua Memorial Hospital is a full-service regional medical center in Mount Holly, NJ.
Virtua Memorial is renowned for its expertise in advanced surgical and medical care. During an emergency, Virtua Memorial is the only full-service hospital — with maternity care — in Burlington County that offers a full spectrum of medical options.
Wait times are approximate and reflect the duration of time for people in the waiting room prior to being seen by a physician.
What Do These Numbers Mean?
Wait times represent the average estimated length of time from registration upon arrival to seeing a licensed independent practitioner (doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant). Times displayed for Virtua Emergency Departments are:
Many circumstances can affect wait times - for example, patients arriving by ambulance or with life-threatening injuries or illnesses. Patients with severe conditions will be seen before those with less-serious problems or ailments. These times are provided for informational purposes only and cannot be guaranteed upon arrival.
Is this a medical emergency? Call 911!
Safety is our first priority for patients, visitors and staff. Although 24/7 visiting is our policy, physicians or nurses reserve the right to limit visiting based on health and safety concerns in individual patient cases.
Virtua Memorial Highlights
Virtua has partnered with Penn Medicine to provide brain and spine procedures and bring the region’s foremost leader in neurosurgical treatment and research to Virtua Memorial Hospital. The Penn Medicine Virtua Neurosurgery Program is another way these two great health systems are working together to ensure the highest level of care is available to residents of South Jersey.
Rapid diagnosis and treatment
Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly, New Jersey, is recognized regionally and nationally for its excellent care of stroke patients and adherence to stringent national guidelines. It has developed a comprehensive system for rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients.
Access to neurologists
The hospital was the first in New Jersey to implement teleneurology technology, which enables emergency room physicians to have round-the-clock access to neurologists via real-time, two-way audio and video communication.
Virtua Memorial Hospital has been designated a Primary Stroke Center by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services.
From pre-natal testing to childbirth classes, Virtua Memorial’s maternity staff and clinicians guide new moms every step to the delivery of their babies and beyond.
The maternity center at Virtua Memorial in Mount Holly, NJ, offers sophisticated care, from advanced antenatal testing and prenatal support through labor and delivery. The maternity center also provides:
Virtua Memorial in Mount Holly provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient medical and surgical options from minimally invasive surgeries and advanced procedures to specialized rehabilitation and recovery care. Virtua Memorial was the first in the northeastern United States to receive Joint Commission accreditation for joint replacement and the second in the nation to have been accredited for spine surgery. Virtua’s orthopedic surgeons perform more joint replacements than any other healthcare organization in South Jersey.
Virtua Memorial Hospital has been designated an Aetna Institute of Quality (IOQ) for its spine surgery program. Designated IOQ facilities demonstrate excellence in care, a commitment to continuous improvement and represent an exceptional value to its members.
Virtua Pain & Spine Specialists provide comprehensive pain management to all patients using a wide range of minimally invasive injection, surgical procedures, implantable devices, and non-invasive modalities such as acupuncture and orthotics, as well as a variety of medications.
Innovative model of care
Virtua Memorial Hospital's Pediatric Pavilion in Mount Holly, NJ, centralizes inpatient and outpatient emergency services in the same location for children under 18.
Full service emergency care
Virtua Memorial Hospital provides compassionate care to thousands of patients who come through the emergency department. As the only emergency department in Burlington County that is supported by a full-service hospital with maternity care, Virtua Memorial offers patients a full spectrum of options during a medical emergency.
The emergency room has been expanded in recent years to help meet the needs of the growing Burlington County community. Virtua Memorial’s emergency department features:
Virtua Memorial Hospital is recognized as a regional destination for cardiovascular services, delivering quality care through sophisticated technology, comprehensive programs and the area's top heart and vascular specialists. The hospital provides life-saving angioplasties to remove clogged arteries and restore blood flow for patients experiencing heart attacks.
Virtua Memorial in Mount Holly, NJ, recently became licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services as a Primary PCI Center. With this designation, Virtua Memorial’s expert team of cardiologists, nurses and technicians perform emergent angioplasty on patients with acute ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (heart attack).
The hospital's cardiovascular program provides:
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The Penn Medicine Virtua Neurosurgery Program welcomes you to Memorial Hospital for advanced care of disorders of the brain and spine.
Patients benefit from the expertise of Penn Medicine along with the outstanding care and convenience of Virtua.
Mike likes to hike, but his back pain was getting worse. See how spine surgery through Penn Medicine and Virtua got him back on the trails.