Virginia A. Cameron, 70, a retired nursing supervisor and managment analyst at St. Elizabeths Hospital, died April 11 at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Washington. She had been hospitalized since suffering a stroke a year ago.

Miss Cameron, who lived in Alexandria, was born in Cameron, N.C. She moved here in 1938 and took her degree as a registered nurse at St. Elizabeths. She specialized in neuro-psychiatric work.

During World War II, she served in the Army Nurse Corps in Europe. She later was stationed in Puerto Rico. She left the Army in 1948 and returned to St. Elizabeths. For the next 17 years she was a nursing supervisor and for 10 years after that she was a management analyst. She retired in 1975.

From that time until her stroke, Miss Cameron was a nurse's companion for private patients to whom she was referred by the Senior Citizens Employment Service of Alexandria.

Miss Cameron was a member of the Smithsonian Associates and the Friends of the Arena Stage.

Survivors include one daughter, Ann Cameron Siegal of Alexandria; two sisters, Johnsie Spivey of Mount Gilead, N.C., and Opal Harris of El Paso, Tex.; one brother, J.W. Cameron of Pinehurst, N.C., and one granddaughter.