Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers
The team at Virginia Health Services wants to help individuals live their best life. Our skilled team of RNs, LPNs and CNAs provide around-the-clock care at our seven nursing and rehabilitation centers in Newport News, Hampton, York County, Gloucester and Kilmarnock.

We offer skilled nursing and long-term care, and in-house rehabilitation services. The individual and their physician will determine what is the best fit.

Virginia Health Services’ nursing and rehabilitation centers have amenities such as onsite salon and barber shops, regular activities and food programs, and nutritional dining services.

From the start, our Residents and their families meet with our team members to establish a plan of care. A Resident Navigator will help introduce individuals and their loved ones to the facility and ease the transition process.

The interdisciplinary care plan team includes our nursing staff, social workers, recreational professionals, therapists and dieticians. The individuals in our care know from the time they arrive, they will be helped in living their best life.

A team of physical, occupational and speech therapists from VHS Rehabilitation will work with individuals to recover from injury or help with daily life skills. Each facility has a therapy room onsite.

Memory Care is offered at our Gloucester facility, Walter Reed, with a secured unit, consistent staff, and dining, recreation and relaxation areas for memory-impaired Residents.

Coliseum in Hampton offers an in-house Dialysis Den that can accommodate patients for treatments three days a week. It is operated in partnership with DaVita.

Our private and semi-private rooms at all of our facilities are furnished, and wi-fi is available throughout the buildings. There are landscaped courtyards for relaxing outdoors.

Our Residents are welcome to bring touches from home to make their space feel cozier.



  • Resident Navigator program
  • 24/7 nursing care on-site
  • Wound care specialists
  • Skilled care
  • Long-term care
  • Memory care
  • On-site Dialysis
  • Respite care
  • Palliative care
  • On-site physical, occupational and speech therapists
  • Furnished private and
    semi-private rooms
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • On-site salon/barber
  • Activities and recreational programs
  • Nutritional dietary program
  • Social workers
  • Continuum of care services, including access to outpatient rehabilitation, home health care and hospice.


Skilled care is nursing and therapy care that can only be safely and effectively performed by, or under the supervision of, professionals including physicians, nurses, physical, occupational and speech therapists. It’s health care given when treatment, management, and observation of your condition, and evaluation of your care is necessary. These services are usually required after a major healthcare event including a stroke, heart attack or surgery and most often after a hospitalization.

What is long-term care?

When care needs become too much to go home, our long-term care provides a safe environment. Residents in long-term care benefit from daily help with toileting, dressing, bathing, eating, and have ambulatory and other health issues that require constant care and supervision.


If an individual needs a brief recovery period (less than 2 weeks) following an illness, accident, surgery or other medical problem, Virginia Health Services offers respite – or short-term nursing care. We also offer respite care for individuals whose families need additional caregiving support during emergencies or vacations.

What is Memory Care?

VHS has a dedicated Memory Care program at Walter Reed Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Gloucester. Memory Care is provided in a special secure unit to protect memory-impaired Residents, including individuals with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Individualized care is provided in an environment designed specifically for Memory Care residents by a specially trained staff who understand the needs of this unique population. Memory care units are typically staffed at higher levels to ensure resident needs are met.


Virginia Health Services provides on-site dialysis treatments in partnership with DaVita at Coliseum Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Hampton. Residents on dialysis can dialyze conveniently and comfortably—with no more trips to a dialysis center. By removing the need to travel to treatment, residents may experience reduced stress and benefit from smoother care coordination between their care team, nephrologist and on-site DaVita care team.

VHS Nursing Center Locations Map

Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers

D. Coliseum Nursing & Rehabilitation Center | Hampton

305 Marcella Road, Hampton, VA 23666
757.827.8953 • Fax: 757.827.8806

E. James River Nursing & Rehabilitation Center | Newport News

540 Aberthaw Avenue, Newport News, VA 23601
757.595.2273 • Fax: 757.599.4636

F. Lancashire Nursing & Rehabilitation Center | Kilmarnock

287 School Street, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
804.435.1684 • Fax: 804.435.1149

G. Northampton Nursing & Rehabilitation Center | Hampton

1028 Topping Lane, Hampton, VA 23666
757.826.4922 Fax: 757.825.1158

H. The Newport Nursing & Rehabilitation Center | Newport News

11141 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, Virginia 23601
757.595.3733 • Fax: 757.596.0650

I. Walter Reed Nursing & Rehabilitation Center | Gloucester

7602 Meredith Drive, Gloucester, VA 23061
804.693.6503 • Fax: 804.693.6412

J. York Nursing & Rehabilitation Center | Yorktown

113 Battle Road, Yorktown, VA 23692
757.898.1491 • Fax: 757.898.1375.

Outpatient Rehabilitation

K. VHS Rehabilitation

1101 William Styron Square South, Newport News, VA 23606
757.596.6268 • Fax: 757.594.0332



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