2/1/2015
Welcome to WVHA.org
  • Welcome to WVHA
    WVHA members believe it is essential, in the interest of the citizens of West Virginia, to have a strong, healthcare system that supports and improves the health status of the people served by our hospitals and the economic condition of the state.
  • Hospital Day 2015
    Hospital Day at the Legislature will be held Thursday, February 5, 2015 during the upcoming legislative session.

NewsScan

Daily Summary of Healthcare and Business News

01/30/2015 - The Charleston Gazette. By Eric Eyre.
CHARLESTON - Chelsey Hancock quickly got swept up in the drug scene in Charleston when she started dating a new guy about two years ago.
01/30/2015 - The Charleston Gazette. By Kate White.
CHARLESTON - A former student of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is suing the school, claiming officials there mishandled her sexual assault complaint.
01/30/2015 - The Charleston Gazette
CHARLESTON - Now that Republicans have taken control of Congress and many state legislatures — including West Virginia’s — they must shoulder the difficult task of governing. It isn’t easy to keep governments running smoothly, week after week, handling multitudes of complications.
01/30/2015 - The Charleston Daily Mail. By Joel Ebert.
CHARLESTON - Organized labor breathed a sigh of relief Thursday after a bill that would have repealed prevailing wage rates in West Virginia was removed from the agenda of a Senate committee after first being introduced earlier in the day.

Welcome to WVHA.org

Healthcare. It's Your Life. It's Our Passion.


"West Virginia hospital leaders are passionate about healthcare and improving the health of West Virginia communities.  On behalf of WVHA member hospitals and health systems, we thank you for the opportunity to share just a few of the good things that represent West Virginia hospitals."  
Joe Letnaunchyn, WVHA President & CEO


WVHA 2015 Media Campaign

West Virginia Hospitals:
Generations of Community Growth.


Ebola Resources

Information and resources for West Virginia hospitals to prepare for Ebola.

Ebola Information and Resource Links

Community Care Corner

Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in women and early screening saves lives. This is the driving force behind Bonnie’s Bus.