Health Systems Agency of Northern Virginia  © 2000 - 2021  
  3040 Williams Drive, Suite 200   Fairfax, Virginia   22031   
Phone: (703) 573-3100

Announcements & News

HSANV Office Status:
No face to face/in person public hearings, board or committee meetings are expected to be scheduled in the near future. HSANV staff continue to telecommute most days. NVRC/NVTA offices, where HSANV is located, are open on a limited basis.

Recent COPN Program Updates:

Senate Bill 764 (pdf)

COPN Application Batching Schedule (excel)

Reminder: We Moved

The Health Systems Agency of NVA moved to:
3040 Williams Drive, Suite 200
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
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Covid-19: Data Charts

Historic Inpatient Trends:

Beds, Days, Occupancy and ED Visits

Population Demographics 2019 ASC Survey

2018 Inpatient Use Profiles

Facility and patient profiles for Northern Virginia’s inpatient acute care hospitals and residents (by county/city of residence) are now available. Facility here and County Resident here

Leading Causes of Death

Leading Causes of Death with tables by PD/County/Independent City for Virginia residents (Excel file)

 Virginia Health Information (VHI)

 Virginia’s Certificate of Need Program [State Dept. Of Health]

Of Interest On the Web

 Virginia General Assembly

 Virginia Legislature Information System

Facility Profiles:

Hospital inpatient utilization profiles for all  Virginia acute care hospitals:

County Profiles:

Inpatient acute care patient use profiles for all Virginia residents by county of residence:

 Summary Demographics Table for NVA Counties

 Trend Charts Virginia Health Planning Regions:

On the Site

Virginia Historic Population (US Census)

 Total population by Health Planning Regions, Planning Districts and Counties/Independent Cities

Vital Statistics Summary Table for NVA Jurisdictions

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Map of Virginia’s Health Planning Regions

& Planning Districts

 Information Sources on Covid-19

Governor Northam Declares State of Emergency (Measures to Combat COVID-19)

Virginia Executive Order 52 and Bed Requests

Bed Waiver: Governor Northam issues executive order giving hospitals and nursing homes the ability to increase their bed capacity without needing prior governmental approval, being issued a new waiver, or going through red tape. (Executive Order)

General Federal, State and Local Information:

Additional Information & Articles can be found on the site’s Resouce page (here)

Meetings &  Public Notices

Members of the public are able to listen in on the teleconference hearings on the COPN project detailed in the above public notice on Monday February 8, 2021 at 7:30 P.M. using the following access information:  Call in Number:   866-316-1519     Pass Code:  46987027