CHANTILLY, Va.: On an official visit with Stone Springs Hospital’s new CEO, Lance Jones, Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun) touted the great access Loudoun residents have to world-class health care and his plans to protect that access and affordability in the Virginia General Assembly.
“Every Virginian should be able to afford to see a doctor. With the basic right of health care under attack by the Trump administration, it’s important now more than ever to make sure you can get the preventative, continuing, and emergency care you need close to home,” said Delegate John Bell. “My neighbors and I are lucky to have Stone Springs so close, and I’ll continue to advocate for health care for all in the Virginia House of Delegates.”
Stone Springs Hospital has just attained designation as a stroke center, which is incredibly important when only minutes matter. In addition to this designation, Stone Springs also has a state-of-the-art labor and delivery wing. The grand opening of the pediatric emergency room is slated for next month.
Delegate John J. Bell is a 26-year Air Force veteran serving his first term in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 87th District in Loudoun and Prince William Counties.