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The District of Columbia Hospital Association is a unifying force working to advance hospitals and health systems in the District of Columbia by promoting policies and initiatives that strengthen our system of care, preserve access and promote better health outcomes for the patients and communities they serve.

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News and Recent Posts

  • District of Columbia Hospitals Call for Employees to Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – June 9, 2021   District of Columbia hospitals and health systems call for all employees and ... More

  • Highlights Monitoring our utilization metrics, emergency department visits remained relatively steady over the last five months as compared to January 2020 pre-COVID baseline utilization. On the other ... More

  • Highlights The percent difference in utilization compared to the January pre-COVID baseline continued to show slow recovery from low point during peak COVID surge in April for emergency department visits, ... More

  • Meet Your ONE-DC President, Denise Boehm, RN Ms. Denise Boehm was named Associate Director for Patient Care Services/Chief Nurse Executive in September 2017. She previously served as Associate Director ... More

  • ONE-DC: Who We Are

    ONE DC is a non-profit organization consisting of nurse leaders and nurses aspiring to be leaders. This includes nurses from all settings and specialties, who hold positions as nurse executives, administrators, ... More

  • Highlights This report summarizes utilization data for DCHA member health care facilities through May 2020 as the COVID-19 peak in April 2020 appeared to wane slightly. This pattern can be seen throughout ... More

  • COVID-19 affected many service lines in DC hospitals during the month of April 2020. The graphs and tables in this report show the impact as reflected in utilization metrics in comparison to previous months. ... More

  • Recently the Trump Administration rolled back regulations prohibiting discrimination against our transgender patients, family members, associates and friends. The District of Columbia Hospital Association ... More

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