• Hospitals and Medical Centers


  • Holston Valley Medical Center

    Partnering with and serving the Kingsport community for more than 75 years, Holston Valley Medical Center houses one of Tennessee's six Level I trauma centers, while its Level III neonatal intensive care unit heals the region's sickest babies. Operating suites and a new intensive care unit, as well as expanded emergency and radiology departments, were part of Project Platinum, a $114 million renovation of the facility.

    With the Wellmont Cancer Institute, Holston Valley's Christine LaGuardia Phillips Cancer Center provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment options. The hospital's breast center is Tennessee's first hospital-based breast program to be accredited by the American College of Surgeons' National Accrediting Program for Breast Centers. And CareChex selected Holston Valley as the No. 1 hospital in the nation for carotid artery stenting in 2012, and ranked Holston Valley among the top 100 hospitals in the nation for cardiac care, cardiac surgery and coronary bypass surgery.

    Bristol Regional Medical Center

    Bristol Regional Medical Center has served its communities through physician partnership, technological innovation and growth. It was the first hospital in the region to offer a digital cardiac catheterization lab and primary stroke center and offers procedures with two robotic systems - CyberKnife and da Vinci. Located in the hospital's J.D. and Lorraine Nicewonder Cancer Center, CyberKnife uses state-of-the-art robotic technology to treat life-threatening tumors that would otherwise be inoperable. And the da Vinci system provides enhanced, high-definition three-dimensional imagery for superior clinical capability.

    CareChex recently selected Bristol Regional among the top 100 hospitals in the nation for major neurological surgery and trauma care. Additionally, Bristol Regional was ranked in the top 10 percent in the state for heart attack and heart failure treatment and cancer care.

    Mountain View Regional Medical Center

    Mountain View Regional Medical Center offers various inpatient and outpatient services and also includes a 24-hour emergency department, which provides examination rooms for cardiac, pediatric and critical care emergency patients. Mountain View Regional also provides access to WellmontOne and MedFlight II air transport services.

    The hospital offers inpatient and outpatient surgery, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation services, an intensive care unit, occupational medicine, physical therapy, comprehensive laboratory services and long-term care.

    Its diagnostic imaging department offers a 64-slice computed tomography - or  CT - scanner, ultrasound, mammography, HeartSHAPE® calcium scoring, magnetic resonance imaging - or MRI - screening, nuclear medicine, digital fluoroscopy and a position emission topography - or pet - scanner.

    Lonesome Pine Hospital

    Lonesome Pine Hospital offers various inpatient and outpatient services, including a 24-hour emergency department with 14 beds, three trauma/cardiac rooms and access to WellmontOne and MedFlight II air transport services. The facility offers inpatient and outpatient surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, physical therapy, pediatrics, wound care, cardiopulmonary and respiratory services, including a four-bed sleep evaluation center.

    The hospital's diagnostic imaging department utilizes state-of-the-art technologies, including a CT scanner, ultrasound, cardiac stress testing, MRI screenings, nuclear medicine, digital mammography and a pet scanner. It was recognized in 2012 by CareChex, a healthcare ratings organization, for being among the top 10 percent of hospitals in the nation for medical excellence in general surgery and orthopedic care.

    Hawkins County Memorial Hospital

    Hawkins County Memorial Hospital has served the Rogersville, Tenn., area since 1961 and is proud to have a medical staff made up entirely of board-certified physicians. That means these physicians are specialists in their fields, providing high-tech care in a hometown setting.

    Hancock County Hospital

    Our critical-access facility opened its doors in 2005 to provide state-of-the-art medical care to adult and pediatric members of the Sneedville, Tenn., community. Our services include the very best in emergency care, inpatient care, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging (including traditional X-rays and a CT scanner) and physical therapy. In addition, we make available air and ground medical transportation to a larger tertiary-care facility should a patient require further specialization.


  • Hospital and medical center news

  • Bristol Regional Holding Free Sports-Related Injury Seminar With Multiple Experts To Speak

    1/22/15 - Bristol Regional Medical Center will provide valuable tips for handling one well-known aspect of sports: injuries. Bristol Regional's trauma program will host the event Saturday, Feb. 7, from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Monarch Auditorium.

    Bristol Regional President Recertified As Fellow Of American College Of Healthcare Executives

    1/20/15 - Greg Neal, president of Bristol Regional Medical Center, will hold a prestigious designation for health care leaders for another three years. Neal was recently recertified as a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, a credential he has held for about 10 years.

    Rebecca Beck Named To Lead Hawkins County Memorial Hospital And Hancock County Hospital

    1/8/15 - Rebecca Beck, who has steadily risen through the ranks during her 13-year tenure with Wellmont Health System, has been promoted to president of Hawkins County Memorial Hospital and Hancock County Hospital.

    Holston Valley Pet Therapy Volunteers Visit Patients And Lift Holiday Spirits

    Holston Valley Medical Center's pet therapy team is spreading holiday joy as it makes hospital visits, bringing company and comfort to patients, especially those who will miss this time with their families and loved ones.

    Holston Valley Co-Workers And Community Help Homeless Man Achieve Greater Mobility And Return Home

    Terry Blakely and Jackie Stanley of Holston Valley Medical Center recently learned a lesson about the little gestures that mean so much to others when a man in a wheelchair needed assistance. Their actions gave the man added mobility, which was critical since the means so many people take for granted were unavailable to him.