Hi there, I live in Bristow and have been seeing the Prince William OB/GYN practice in the building attached to PW Hospital (though I'm switching to a home birth midwife). It is a practice of 5 women OBs. According to Dr. Kang, one of their OBs, the practice offers VBAC. I didn't delve into the details of that since I have not had a c-section, so I don't know whether they offer it meaningfully or just on paper, but if you are set on a hospital birth and want the convenience of a practice close to you, you might check them out. I can tell you that Dr. Kang told me that they strongly prefer everyone to deliver by 41 weeks, though they will "let" people go to 42 with extra monitoring after they "try to talk you out of it." I will also say that I did not like Dr. Josephs AT ALL -- she seems very high-strung and overly interventive. Whether getting her would prevent a VBAC, I don't know, but just in the interest of full disclosure. Honestly, the best way to maximize your chances of a VBAC is to birth outside a hospital, but barring that, PW does not seem like a terrible hospital, as hospitals go. They tend not to be crowded, which is always helpful in terms of being given enough time to labor.