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.
Since opening this state-of-the art facility in 1994, Bristol Regional Medical Center has served its communities through physician partnership, technological innovation and growth. Bristol Regional was the first hospital in the region to offer the CyberKnife Stereotactic Radiosurgery System, a digital cardiac catheterization lab and a Primary Stroke Center.
Mountain View Regional Medical Center is a 118-bed, full-service
hospital that has served Norton, Va., and the surrounding region since
1948. Mountain View Regional provides a wide range of inpatient and
outpatient services to the community. The hospital joined Wellmont
Health System in 2007.
One hospital in Greeneville has a unique combination of specialists, resources and facilities and an unwavering commitment to serve you, your friends and your family. That is Takoma Regional Hospital.
Lee Regional Medical Center, a 70-bed facility, has operated in Pennington Gap, Va., for more than 70 years. The hospital joined Wellmont Health System in 2007.
The community of Big Stone Gap, Va., relies on us for the best in emergency care and obstetrics, as well as our medical/surgical/pediatric unit. Our outpatient services include radiology, physical therapy and surgical services. We also provide the most high-tech cancer care through the Southwest Virginia Cancer Center.
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.
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.
Holston Valley Medical Center, which has a long-standing reputation
of delivering superior cardiovascular care to patients in the region, has been
recognized as one of the top 100 hospitals in the nation by a leading ratings
agency. Holston Valley earned this designation in five medical excellence
categories – cardiac care, major cardiac surgery, coronary bypass surgery,
heart attack treatment and vascular surgery – from CareChex, a division of
Comparion that evaluates hospitals on multiple components of quality.
A partnership between the trauma team at Bristol Regional
Medical Center and a group of altruistic students has empowered Sullivan East
High School to take top honors in a statewide competition to increase seat belt
usage among teenagers. Organized by the Tennessee Department of Health, the
“Battle of the Belt” challenged 11 high schools across the state to devise a
plan to raise seat belt compliance among students.
Hawkins County Memorial Hospital, a shining example of healthcare excellence for more than 50 years, was recently recognized by a national ratings agency for being among the top 10 percent of hospitals in the nation in patient satisfaction. The hospital received the honor from CareChex, a division of Comparion that independently evaluates hospitals on multiple components of hospital quality. Hawkins County Memorial is part of an elite group in the nation for patient satisfaction in overall hospital care, medical care and surgical care.
Lee Regional Medical Center is exploring options for
refining its care model to serve the needs of the community and the rest of
Southwest Virginia. Fred Pelle, the hospital’s interim president, emphasized
that the hospital will remain open and continue making important healthcare and
economic contributions to the region.
On Sunday, May 5, graduates from Holston Valley's neonatal intensive care unit will participate in a special tradition, as they join their former caregivers at the hospital's annual NICU reunion. Graduates' families are also invited. The event will be held from 2-4 p.m. at the Holston Valley Outpatient Center on the Eastman Outpatient Campus at 103 W. Stone Drive.
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