University of Virginia Medical Center

General Info

Our General Information includes locations, prices, facility size and other information to get you started comparing facilities.
Address:
J1215 Lee Street
Charlottesville, VA 22908
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  (434) 924-0000

Administrator:
Pamela Sutton-Wallace
CEO

Medicare Provider Number: 490009
Tax Status: Not-for-profit

Teaching Status: Council of Teaching Hospitals

NOTE: 2011-2017 Annual Licensure Survey Data may include procedures performed at UVA Imaging @ Transitional Care Hospital, UVA Imaging Center Fontaine MOB1 and Virginia Urological Foundation.

Hospital Stays


For Fiscal year 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2017
Licensed beds612
Staffed beds608
Staffed NICU bassinets66
CON approved levelSubspecialty
Patient days170,844
Admissions28,642
Full-time equivalents - Payroll7,754
Full-time equivalents - Contract328

ALSD

In addition to other services offered, this facility reported the following services available during fiscal year ending in 2017 in their Utilization Spread Sheets.

  • Bone Marrow Transplant
  • Chemotherapy
  • Chronic Renal Dialysis
  • Gamma Knife Radiology
  • Heart Transplant
  • Hyperbaric Therapy
  • Kidney Transplant
  • Lithotripsy
  • Liver Transplant
  • Lung Transplant
  • Neonatal Intensive Care
  • Organized Hospice Program
  • Pain Managment Program
  • Pancreas Transplant
  • Wound Clinic

Virginia Trauma System

Level I Virginia Designated Trauma Center

Level I trauma centers have an organized trauma response and are required to provide total care for every aspect of injury from prevention through rehabilitation. These facilities must have adequate depth of resources and personnel with the capability of providing leadership, education, research and system planning.

Read more at: Virginia Department of Health


Updated on: 2/5/2019

Cardiac Care

About Cardiac Care
Cases Category
(Based on Adjusted Volume)
High Mid-High Mid-Low Low N/A
Medical 1500+ 800-1499 250-799 1-249 0
Invasive 1000+ 250-999 100-249 1-99 0
Open Heart 1000+ 500-999 100-499 1-99 0
Rating
(More hearts are better)
= Less than expected
= As expected
= More than expected
= Too few to calculate (adjusted volume < 30)
No information at this time.

Please contact Deborah Waite at deborah@vhi.org or (804) 643-5573 X307 for more information.

Actual Mortality
The percent of all patients admitted to hospital for a cardiac service line and died during their stay.

Actual Readmission Rate
The percent of all patients admitted to a hospital for a cardiac service line and later readmitted within 30 days to a Virginia hospital for a service related to their prior discharge.

Adjusted Volume (Mortality)
All inpatient hospital discharges excluding 1) hospice patients (shown) 2) patients transferred to another facility (not shown) and 3) patients transferred in with severe risk of mortality and died within 24 hours (not shown).

Adjusted Volume (Readmission)
All inpatient hospital discharges excluding 1) patients transferred to another facility or 2) patients that died.

Cardiac Care Service Lines
Patients may have one of many possible conditions and receive different types of diagnostic or surgical procedures. VHI groups these different conditions and treatments into service lines to better compare care provided.

Cardiac Catheterization
or angiogram is a procedure that identifies possible problems with your heart or its arteries. During a cath, a thin plastic tube, called a catheter, is inserted into a blood vessel in your groin or arm. The catheter is guided up toward your heart. A special dye is injected into the catheter so X-rays can show if you have any artery blockage or other heart problems. www.americanheart.org/ presenter.jhtml?identifier=4491

Cardiology - Invasive
Includes patients with medical conditions generally described in the medical cardiology service line that also had surgery. Surgeries include cardiac catheterization, cardiac pacemaker insertion, balloon angioplasty and placement of cardiac stents.

Cardiology - Medical
Includes diagnosing and therapy for heart disease. Angina, congestive heart failure and acute myocardial infarction (AMI) are all examples of heart conditions. When treatment for these conditions does not include surgery, VHI has grouped them into this service line.

Cardiology - Open Heart Surgery
Includes procedures such as coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) and cardiac valve procedures.

Cases Category
The number of adjusted cases (discharges) grouped into four categories for easy comparison.

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
or heart failure, is a condition in which the heart can not pump enough blood to the body's other organs.

For more information on signs and symptoms, tests, and treatment, visit: www.americanheart.org/ presenter.jhtml?identifier=4585

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
also called coronary artery bypass surgery, heart bypass or bypass surgery is a surgical procedure performed to relieve angina and reduce the risk of death from coronary artery disease. Arteries and/or veins from elsewhere in the patient's body are grafted from the aorta to the coronary arteries to bypass atherosclerotic narrowings and improve the blood supply to the coronary circulation supplying the myocardium (heart muscle).
More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronary_artery _bypass_surgery

Expected Mortality
The expected mortality rate is calculated based on the 3M APR-DRG risk of mortality index for patients within a hospital compared to similar patients treated in hospitals across Virginia.

Expected Readmission Rate
The expected readmission rate is calculated based on the 3M APR-DRG and severity index for patients within a hospital compared to similar patients treated in hospitals across Virginia.

Hospice Exclusions
All inpatient hospital discharges that were identified as hospice patients. These patients are identified by one of three methods 1) "v66.7" in the first nine diagnosis codes or those submitted by a facility in the tenth or later diagnosis code or 2) discharge status codes indicating hospice care or 3) revenue codes indicating hospice care.

Mortality Rating
This rating indicates whether the mortality (death) rate is more than expected (), as expected (), or less than expected() at a 95% confidence level. A "Less than expected" () rating is generally best.


Too few to calculate means there were fewer than 30 discharges in the service line and/or subgroup--the threshold VHI set for calculating statistical significance.

Mortality Ratio
The actual mortality (death) rate divided by expected mortality (death) rate for a hospital.

Percutaneous Cardiovascular Procedures
These procedures primarily include various types of Coronary Angioplasty. Coronary angioplasty is a medical procedure used to open arteries that have narrowed to the point that they impede blood flow to the heart. This procedure can improve some of the symptoms associated with blocked arteries, such as chest pain and shortness of breath.

Readmission Rating
This rating indicates whether the 30-day related readmission rate is more than expected (), as expected (), or less than expected() at a 95% confidence level. A "Less than expected" () rating is generally best.



Too few to calculate means there were fewer than 30 discharges in the service line and/or subgroup--the threshold VHI set for calculating statistical significance.

Readmission Ratio
The actual readmission rate divided by expected readmission rate for a hospital.

Teaching Status
The hospital facility reported membership or accreditation in the Council of Teaching Hospitals and Health Systems (COTH) and/or the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or they reported no teaching status (NONE.)

Total Cases
All inpatient hospital discharges by cardiac service lines and/or subgroups.


2017 data updated on: 02/14/2019

Efficiency Indicators

For Fiscal Year 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2017

Composite Score (Lower is better)
More efficient
1.6 
3.1
Less efficient
 3.8
What are Efficiency Indicators?

Charges

Indicator Description Quartile Rank 1 through 4
1 Gross Revenue Per Adjusted Admission: The average full patient charge based on charge schedules per adjusted admission. Admissions are adjusted for case mix and outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 18,615.32 25,952.98
2 25,952.98 31,440.80
3 31,440.80 36,341.16
4 36,341.16 96,858.43
(lower is better)
18,615.32 
50,935.33
.
4
 96,858.43
2 Net Revenue Per Adjusted Admission: The average dollar amount expected to be collected per adjusted admission. Admissions are adjusted for case mix and outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 5,714.68 7,549.06
2 7,549.06 8,314.01
3 8,314.01 9,465.52
4 9,465.52 16,030.16
(lower is better)
5,714.68 
15,130.18
.
4
 16,030.16

Costs

Indicator Description Quartile Rank 1 through 4
3 Cost Per Adjusted Admission: The average total operating costs (adjusted by the wage index) per adjusted admission. Admissions are adjusted for case mix and outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 4,780.12 7,284.17
2 7,284.17 8,139.23
3 8,139.23 8,672.56
4 8,672.56 14,928.35
(lower is better)
4,780.12 
14,928.35
.
4
 14,928.35
4 Labor Cost Per Adjusted Admission: The average personnel expenses (adjusted by the wage index) per adjusted admission. Admissions are adjusted for case mix and outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 1,663.02 3,289.25
2 3,289.25 3,750.65
3 3,750.65 4,343.09
4 4,343.09 7,641.01
(lower is better)
1,663.02 
6,907.42
.
4
 7,641.01
5 Non-labor Cost Per Adjusted Admission: The average supply, maintenance and non-personnel expenses (adjusted by the wage index) per adjusted admission. Admissions are adjusted for case mix and outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 2,139.11 3,216.22
2 3,216.22 3,500.42
3 3,500.42 4,237.38
4 4,237.38 6,891.82
(lower is better)
2,139.11 
6,891.82
.
4
 6,891.82
6 Capital Cost Per Adjusted Admission: The average physical facility costs (e.g., expenses for depreciation, amortization, interest, insurance and taxes as related to the acquisition of permanent assets) per adjusted admission. Admissions are adjusted for case mix and outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 -469.05 486.14
2 486.14 603.94
3 603.94 745.94
4 745.94 4,406.74
(lower is better)
-469.05 
1,129.11
.
4
 4,406.74

Productivity/Utilization

Indicator Description Quartile Rank 1 through 4
7 Full-time Equivalents Per Adjusted Occupied Bed: The number of staff, converted to the average number of employees who work full time, for each occupied bed. The number of occupied beds has been adjusted to account for outpatient service revenue and case mix. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 1.33 3.02
2 3.02 3.34
3 3.34 4.23
4 4.23 6.01
(lower is better)
1.33 
4.54
.
4
 6.01
8 Paid Hours Per Adjusted Admission: The average number of hours the hospital paid to employees or an agency, per adjusted admission. Admissions are adjusted for case mix and outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 39.00 73.59
2 73.59 82.22
3 82.22 95.92
4 95.92 178.13
(lower is better)
39.00 
154.37
.
4
 178.13
9 Staffed Beds Occupancy: Expressed as a percentage, the average utilization of the average number of beds, excluding long-term care beds and normal newborn bassinets, that are operational to receive patients during the reporting period. The desired direction is toward a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 114.85 82.09
2 82.09 65.64
3 65.64 52.01
4 52.01 8.27
(higher is better)
114.85 
76.98
.
2
 8.27
10 Licensed Beds Occupancy: Expressed as a percentage, the average utilization of the number of licensed beds reported by the facility, as approved by the Virginia Department of Health. For hospitals, licensed beds exclude normal newborn bassinets, but include neonatal ICU bassinets. The desired direction is toward a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 92.85 67.21
2 67.21 48.42
3 48.42 30.82
4 30.82 8.27
(higher is better)
92.85 
76.48
.
1
 8.27
11 Special Services Utilization: Expressed as a percentage, the average utilization of high capital-cost services that are subject to Certificate of Public Need (COPN) law. Special services include: ICU/CCU, obstetrics, neonatal ICU, MRI, CT, lithotripsy, cardiac catheterization, radiation therapy and cardiac surgery. The desired direction is toward a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 111.53 78.59
2 78.59 61.59
3 61.59 52.27
4 52.27 19.60
(higher is better)
111.53 
67.53
.
2
 19.60
12 Case-mix Adjusted Average Length of Stay: The average number of days a patient stays in the hospital, adjusted for case mix using the current version of the 3M APR-DRGs. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 2.57 3.23
2 3.23 3.52
3 3.52 3.89
4 3.89 7.85
(lower is better)
2.57 
3.42
.
2
 7.85

Financial Viability

Indicator Description Quartile Rank 1 through 4
13 Cash Debt Coverage: A measure of the facility's ability to generate cash to cover its long-term debt. The desired direction is toward a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 1,005.84 5.93
2 5.93 1.72
3 1.72 0.00
4 0.00 -11.70
(higher is better)
1,005.84 
4.62
.
2
 -11.70
14 Total Margin: Total margin expresses the difference between total revenue and cost as a proportion of total revenue. The desired direction is towards a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 41.21 13.05
2 13.05 8.40
3 8.40 0.98
4 0.98 -47.56
(higher is better)
41.21 
7.39
.
3
 -47.56
15 Return on Assets: Expressed as a percentage, the facility's ability to generate cash on its financial resources (e.g., investments, receivables, inventory, physical plant, etc.) The desired direction is toward a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 139.73 9.77
2 9.77 6.24
3 6.24 1.60
4 1.60 -79.77
(higher is better)
139.73 
7.03
.
2
 -79.77
16 Fixed Asset Financing Ratio: The percentage of asset value financed by long-term debt. The desired direction is toward a lower value.
QuartileMin.Max.
1 0.00 0.01
2 0.01 0.04
3 0.04 0.84
4 0.84 14.75
(lower is better)
0.00 
0.87
.
4
 14.75

Community Support

Indicator Description Quartile Rank 1 through 4
17 Charity Care, Bad Debt and Taxes: Expressed as a percentage, the amount of charity care (converted to a cost basis,) bad debt and taxes the facility incurred in relation to its total expenses. The desired direction is toward a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 17.68 10.38
2 10.38 7.68
3 7.68 5.94
4 5.94 -4.55
(higher is better)
17.68 
6.74
.
3
 -4.55
18 Medicaid Participation: Expressed as a percentage, it is the amount of patient days for patients enrolled in the Medicaid program in relation to total patient days. The number of patient days has been adjusted to account for outpatient service revenue. The desired direction is toward a higher value.
QuartileMax.Min.
1 34.06 17.61
2 17.61 13.22
3 13.22 10.15
4 10.15 0.00
(higher is better)
34.06 
16.04
.
2
 0.00

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Updated on: 02/05/2019

Financial Information

For Fiscal Year 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2017
Why is this important?
Hospital financial information was originally intended to benefit of large employers and purchasers of care.
However, consumers should know that financially healthy hospitals may be better able to provide charity care and invest in infrastructure, and technology. Rankings on financial measures are found within the Efficiency tab.

Revenue

  • Gross patient revenue $5,141,653,217
  • Contractual allowance $3,263,631,378
  • Charity care $304,197,370
  • Bad Debt $46,512,598
  • Net patient revenue $1,527,311,871
  • Other operating revenue $61,134,645

Expense

  • Labor$697,267,376
  • Non-labor$695,692,987
  • Capital$113,928,637
  • Taxes$48,905
  • Total expense$1,506,937,905
  • .
  • Operating income$81,508,611
  • Net non-operating gains (loss)$38,804,874
  • Revenue and gains
    in excess of expenses and losses$120,313,485

Balance Sheet

  • Current assets$344,712,561
  • Net fixed assets$1,015,167,107
  • Other assets$1,360,532,624
  • Total assets$2,720,412,292
  • .
  • Current liabilities$256,779,000
  • Long term liabilities$879,765,231
  • Total liabilities$1,136,544,231
  • Net worth$1,583,868,061
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Updated on: 02/05/2019

2016 Outpatient Tests and Surgery Report

Tests and Surgery Sub Group Number of Cases Performed in 2016 Cases Median Charge Statewide Median Charge
Colonoscopy THERAPEUTIC 3411 $5,450 $5,105
Colonoscopy DIAGNOSTIC 702 $2,976 $3,763
General Laparoscopic Procedures GENERAL LAPAROSCOPY 41 $11,203 $20,752
Breast Surgery THERAPEUTIC 109 $8,975 $13,335
Hernia Repair INFANTS too few to calculate too few to calculate $13,446
Hernia Repair CHILDREN 51 $8,097 $11,651
Breast Surgery REPAIR/RECONSTRUCTION/COSMETIC PXS 117 $22,728 $26,947
Breast Surgery DIAGNOSTIC 12 $7,895 $10,541
Gallbladder Removal CHOLECYSTECTOMY 90 $10,594 $20,087
Hernia Repair UNSPECIFIED AGE 99 $7,458 $14,664
Hernia Repair OTHER 59 $12,333 $13,894
Liposuction TRUNK EXTREMITY 7 $12,000 $19,195
Liposuction HEAD NECK too few to calculate too few to calculate $10,472
Facial Surgery EYES ONLY 95 $6,273 $11,115
Facial Surgery FACIAL ONLY too few to calculate too few to calculate $26,529
Facial Surgery FACE & EYES too few to calculate too few to calculate $7,715
Other Gynecological Procedures BIRTH CONTROL 60 $8,235 $14,875
Knee Surgery (Arthroscopy) Knee Surgery (Arthroscopy) 910 $9,986 $13,828
Other Gynecological Procedures REMOVAL ADHESIONS 24 $14,050 $23,296
Other Gynecological Procedures FERTILITY RELATED too few to calculate too few to calculate $14,932
Other Gynecological Procedures D&C/REMOVAL FIBROIDS 84 $10,591 $17,002

Updated on: 1/16/2018

2017 Service Line

Service Line Inlier Cases Outlier Cases Number of Cases % of Hospital Total % of Regional Total
Obstetrics/Delivery 1700 54 1754 5.87% 12.31%
Oncology 793 167 960 3.21% 44.78%
Oncology Surgery 122 22 144 0.48% 62.34%
Cardiology - Open Heart Surgery 519 42 561 1.88% 43.59%
Ophthalmology 44 9 53 0.18% 50.96%
Ophthalmologic Surg 10 3 13 0.04% 76.47%
Orthopedic Surgery 2132 297 2429 8.13% 23.49%
Orthopedics 333 54 387 1.30% 27.06%
Other Obstetrics 215 18 233 0.78% 28.94%
Otolaryngology 128 26 154 0.52% 21.45%
Plastic Surgery 2 0 2 0.01% 100.00%
Psychiatry 1171 76 1247 4.17% 15.05%
Pulmonary 1481 231 1712 5.73% 14.90%
Rehabilitation 0 0 0 0.00% 0.00%
Rheumatology 124 20 144 0.48% 23.00%
Transplant Surgery 291 39 330 1.10% 100.00%
Urological Surgery 412 50 462 1.55% 43.02%
Urology 262 38 300 1.00% 12.28%
Vascular Surgery 908 126 1034 3.46% 40.19%
Burns 38 4 42 0.14% 84.00%
Cardiology - Medical 1274 190 1464 4.90% 14.45%
Dental 30 5 35 0.12% 40.70%
Dermatology 93 18 111 0.37% 36.16%
Endocrinology 680 83 763 2.55% 24.00%
Gynecology 31 5 36 0.12% 28.80%
Hematology 374 49 423 1.42% 32.39%
Infectious Disease 1129 204 1333 4.46% 15.94%
Cardiology - Invasive 823 95 918 3.07% 20.39%
Neonatology 537 60 597 2.00% 32.08%
Nephrology 387 54 441 1.48% 15.09%
Neurological Surgery 1119 138 1257 4.21% 47.94%
Neurology 1356 229 1585 5.31% 27.02%
Normal Newborn 1384 18 1402 4.69% 10.91%
ENT Surgery 216 28 244 0.82% 64.89%
Gastroenterology 1706 233 1939 6.49% 19.84%
General Medicine 814 149 963 3.22% 16.76%
General Surgery 2361 408 2769 9.27% 32.93%
Gynecological Surg 245 33 278 0.93% 39.27%
Trauma 1114 244 1358 4.55% 47.68%
Total 26,358 3,519 29,877 100% 21.32%

Updated on: 02/05/2019

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Patient Survey Collection Dates: April 2017 - March 2018
Released in February 2019

University of Virginia Medical Center's Overall

How do patients rate the hospital overall?
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Would patients recommend the hospital to friends and family?
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University of Virginia Medical Center's Comfort

How often were the patients rooms and bathrooms kept clean?
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How often did patients receive help quickly from hospital staff?
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How often was the area around patients rooms kept quiet at night?
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How often did nurses communicate well with patients?
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University of Virginia Medical Center's Communication

How often did doctors communicate well with patients?
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How often did staff explain about medicines before giving them to patients?
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Were patients given information about what to do during their recovery at home?
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Updated on: 03/21/2019