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.


Daily Summary of Healthcare and Business News

10/02/2015 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail. By Lydia Nuzum.
CHARLESTON - Health care sector jobs in West Virginia are expected to increase during the next two years, and will continue to see modest growth through 2020, according to a report published by the West Virginia University College of Business and Economics.
10/02/2015 - The Herald-Dispatch. By Taylor Stuck.
HUNTINGTON - In the first month of West Virginia's first syringe exchange program started by the Cabell-Huntington Health Department, Physician Director Dr. Michael Kilkenny said the program already needed to expand, and now it has help to do so.
10/02/2015 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail. By Lydia Nuzum.
CHARLESTON - Churches from across the state, in partnership with Try This! West Virginia, are preparing to launch a “Healthy Bodies, Healthy Spirits” Network to connect churches with the resources and tools necessary to help their congregations eat better and get active.
10/02/2015 - The Associated Press
CLARKSBURG - In a story Sept. 28 about drug use among pregnant women, The Associated Press, based on a newspaper's story, erroneously reported the number of babies born in the state with neonatal abstinence syndrome. Removes reference to rate per 1,000 admissions in reporting the number of cases in 2010.

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

Art Class. Chantal Fields, Lung Association of WV.

West Virginia hospitals and healthcare organizations often unite with one another to provide unique community outreach programs. One of these is Camp Catch Your Breath (CCYB), which is especially designed for children who suffer from asthma.