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    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.


Daily Summary of Healthcare and Business News

08/28/2015 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail By Eric Eyre.
CHARLESTON - With the election of West Virginia’s next governor more than a year away, billionaire businessman Jim Justice holds a narrow lead over state Senate President Bill Cole, according to a new poll of West Virginia voters released Thursday.
08/28/2015 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail By Phil Kabler.
CHARLESTON - State Auditor Glen Gainer said Thursday he recognizes there are “growing pains” in changing state employees from semi-monthly to biweekly pay periods, including the perception that employees are receiving less pay in the 2015 calendar year.
08/28/2015 - DHS News
ELKINS - Davis Health System (DHS) is expanding Women’s HealthCare services by adding a clinic at Broaddus Hospital in Philippi. Through this expansion, a full range of healthcare needs will now be addressed for women of Barbour County.
08/28/2015 - The Exponent Telegram. By Brittany Murray.
CLARKSBURG - A new community building at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center celebrated its open house Thursday to better serve patients in residential rehabilitation program.

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.

90th Annual Meeting

Community Care Corner

Miracles often happen within hospital walls. Jenny and Davey Knotts learned this first-hand when Preston Memorial Hospital (PMH) and the Kingwood community banded together to help their young son.