10/31/2014
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.
  • United Hospital Center
    Bridgeport, WV

NewsScan

Daily Summary of Healthcare and Business News

10/30/2014 - The Charleston Gazette. By Ryan Quinn.
WINFIELD - CAMC Teays Valley Hospital wants to provide a safe place for employees, visitors and patients to smoke — it just doesn’t want to own that place anymore.
10/30/2014 - The Charleston Gazette. By Mackenzie Mays.
CHARLESTON - West Virginia schools will receive nearly $10 million in federal grants to increase awareness of mental health among children and “curb gun violence,” the state Department of Education announced Wednesday.
10/30/2014 - The Charleston Gazette. By Lydia Nuzum.
SOUTH CHARLESTON - It was a normal day, little more than a week from her 33rd birthday, when Paige Johnson’s husband noticed something strange.
10/30/2014 - The Associated Press
WINFIELD - The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia is getting a federal grant to expand Putnam County’s Veterans Treatment Court.

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 2014 Media Campaign

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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.