Partnering with and serving the Kingsport community for more than 70 years, Holston Valley Medical Center houses one of Tennessee’s only six Level I trauma centers—equipped to care for the most critically injured patients—while its Level III neonatal intensive care unit heals the region’s sickest babies. Project Platinum, a $113 million renovation of the facility completed in 2010, features the latest healthcare design and innovations, including a new intensive care unit, new operating suites, expanded emergency and radiology departments, additional parking areas and a new grand entrance drive and bridge to provide improved hospital access.
Thomson Reuters has named Holston Valley among its 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals in the United States for 2011, and Holston Valley has been listed among top-ranked heart bypass surgery programs by the nation's leading consumer reporting magazine.
CareChex, a well-respected national quality rating service and division of The Delta Group, selected Holston Valley among the top 100 hospitals in the nation for cardiac care, cardiac surgery and coronary bypass surgery. Holston Valley also ranked in the top 10 percent of hospitals nationally for patient safety in overall hospital care, overall medical care and overall surgical care.
Learn more about the quality care for your heart provided through Holston Valley and the heart and vascular experts of the Wellmont CVA Heart Institute.
We understand that a hospital visit can sometimes be difficult and overwhelming. That’s why we do our best to make navigating our facility as convenient as possible. The following links have detailed directions to several important areas and resources on the main level of the hospital. Please be sure to take note of which entrance you use as you visit our facility. And, thank you for choosing Holston Valley.
Holston Valley Medical Center
130 West Ravine Road
Kingsport, TN 37660
3/6/14 - Sharon Sword, an innovative nursing professional for 27 years at Holston Valley Medical Center, has been promoted to serve as the hospital’s director of case management. Sword, who was serving as interim director, now provides leadership and vision to the case management department, with objectives of reducing length of stay, coordinating care and facilitating transitions to post-acute settings. She will also manage the department’s daily operations, including the budget.
Wellmont Health System will continue its conversation with the community on Tuesday, Feb. 18, with another informative presentation at the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce. Tim Attebery, Holston Valley Medical Center’s president, will provide an overview of the hospital, which has served Kingsport’s health needs for 78 years. He will also discuss healthcare reform and its effect on Holston Valley.
Holston Valley Medical Center’s high-quality cardiovascular
care has achieved additional recognition for being among the nation’s elite
programs. Becker’s Hospital Review, a highly respected publication that covers
the medical industry, recently named Holston Valley to its list of “100
Hospitals with Great Heart Programs.” Holston Valley was the only hospital in
the region and one of only two in Tennessee to earn this status.
deceased local physician’s legacy of healing with high-quality compassionate
care is now memorialized at Holston Valley Medical Center. The hospital
recently rechristened its second-floor rehabilitation gym in memory of Dr.
Daniel Klinar, a member of Holston Valley’s medical staff who practiced with
Associated Orthopaedics of Kingsport.
To celebrate Holston Valley’s 25th anniversary as a Level I
trauma center, Dr. George Testerman, one of the hospital’s stellar trauma
surgeons, has created a fund with Wellmont Foundation. This generous
contribution from a highly respected physician, who has served at the trauma
center since its inception, will be used for injury prevention and research initiatives.
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