Details: Valley Health provides primary and preventative care to approximately 75,000 patients each year in southern West Virginia, southeastern Ohio and eastern Kentucky. Valley Health operates over 40 healthcare facilities and is home to medical experts who provide care in family medicine, women’s health, dentistry, internal medicine, ear, nose and throat, optometry, pediatrics and behavioral health. We also administer pharmacies and specialized programs including Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition services, school-based health centers, black lung treatment and programs for the homeless.
Details: Valley Health offers healthcare services at many schools throughout the region with health centers that are open most days when school is in session. Students, faculty and staff as well as their families may be seen by appointment, on a walk-in basis and, if necessary, before or after school. To receive treatment from the physician or nurse practitioner, students must be enrolled in the health center.
Details: At Southern West Virginia Health System, our primary concern is your good health. Using a team-based approach to the services we offer, our focus is centered around integrating all aspects of care with a goal of improving your physical health, including care for chronic conditions you may experience, and addressing behavioral health, including referrals to community-based social services you may need.