Campus Information

EVMS’ main campus is part of the Eastern Virginia Medical Center, which also includes Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, the region's primary tertiary care center, and Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters, a full-service, acute care facility which serves as the regional referral center for pediatrics.

Lester Hall
Lester Hall

Opened in 2011 this four-story, 100,000-square-foot building was named for former EVMS President Harry T. Lester. The building is home to the EVMS Sentara Center for Simulation and Immersive Learning and the Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Cancer Research Center.

Main entrance to Lewis Hall
Lewis Hall

Named for philanthropists and early EVMS supporters Frances and Sydney Lewis, this is Eastern Virginia’s primary education and research facility. Dedicated in 1978, the building underwent extensive upgrades in 2011. A new café and bookstore were part of the renovation, along with an “active lounge,” complete with game tables and grassy area outside the building.

Main entrance to Brickell Library
Edward E. Brickell Medical Sciences Library

The Brickell Medical Sciences Library is a state-of-the-art facility with an advanced information infrastructure allowing access to a host of digital resources. Opened in 2000, the library houses the original Moorman Memorial Library collection, a computer lab, a computer classroom, historical collections, archives, and group and individual study seating.

Hofheimer Hall
Hofheimer Hall

Named in honor of Elise and Henry Clay Hofheimer II, this building contains various clinical offices including Ghent Family Medicine, OB/GYN, Surgery, Psychiatry and Internal Medicine. It was built in 1985. 

Main entrance at Andrews Hall
Andrews Hall

Opened in 1992, Andrews Hall houses a variety of clinical and administrative offices, including the office of EVMS' President, Provost and Dean; Alumni Relations; Development; Dermatology; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; and Occupational Health. 

Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine
The Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine

In 1981, the first successful in-vitro fertilization baby in the United States was born in Norfolk. Two years later, the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine was formally named for ithe doctors who helped make that birth possible, doctors Howard and Georgeanna Jones. Since then, the Jones Institute, a division of EVMS OB/GYN has helped thousands become parents. 

Williams Hall

This facility recently underwent a renovation and is home to the Strelitz Diabetes Center, which is a division of EVMS Internal Medicine, and also houses Pediatric Research facilities.

Smith-Rogers Hall
Smith-Rogers Hall

Originally part of the old Leigh Memorial Hospital, this building served in the early 1970s as the temporary home for EVMS while Lewis Hall was being constructed. Today it houses EVMS administrative offices, including the Human Resources Department.

Teaching Hospitals

EVMS does not own a teaching hospital. Instead, EVMS works in partnership with hospitals, physicians, and clinics throughout the region, providing students and residents with a broad base of clinical experience. For the region as a whole, these educational partnerships spread the benefits of an academic medical center throughout the region, improving the quality of life and the quality of health care for the entire community.