The “GW” brand

This is a photograph of the GW seal in the court yard between the Medical school and the University Hospital. This is of significance because of the fact that the hospital only owns about 20% interest in the Hospital while an outside source owns the remaining 80%. The University’s name is all over the Hospital, […]

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UHS Management of GW

UHS is the group that runs the hospital, rather than the actual university, which is what most people may imagine. According to the GW website under management, Universal Health Services Inc. holds 80% interest in the hospital while the university only holds about 20% interest. Together, the management works to pursue the highest care and […]

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GW Hospital Trauma Center

The Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency Medicine was named in honor of Ronald Reagan when the hospital treated Ronald Reagan after the attempted assassination. This is the Emergency Medicine department of GW that has caused conflict between the hospital and neighbors (of the residential area in Foggy Bottom) due to the fact that they have […]

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GW Community Spreads Through Foggy Bottom

“Foggy Bottom is conveniently located in the heart of Washington, D.C., close to three major airports, including Ronald Reagan Washington National, Washington Dulles International and Baltimore Washington International, as well as to Union Station where you can take the bus or train.” – https://www.gwu.edu/foggy-bottom-campus One of the greatest aspects of the Foggy Bottom area is […]

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Annotated Bibliography 7&8: GW Trauma Center and Potential Helipad

Annotated Bibliography 7: Reed, Tina. “Why it Matters GWU Hospital is a Level 1 Trauma Center.” Washington Business Journal. 5 Feb. 2014,  http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/blog/2014/02/why-it-matters-gw-is-level-1-trauma-cent.html. Reed states that GW Hospital has just recently, as of 2014, “regained verification as a Level 1 Trauma Center,” because the hospital wants to focus on being able to handle larger medical […]

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Annotated Bibliography 5&6: GW Helipad News and The Foggy Bottom Residence Community

Annotated Bib 5: Reed, Tina. “GW Hospital seeks to add helipad to Foggy Bottom campus”. Washington Business Journal, 29 March 2017, http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2017/03/29/gw-hospital-seeks-to-add-helipad-to-congested.html. Author, Tina Reed, states that the Hospital is seeking approval for a helipad to add onto their trauma center. Those who speak for the hospital state that “in order to better serve the […]

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