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The system’s history goes back to Winchester Memorial Hospital which opened in 1903 with 36 beds. In 1984 it was renamed Winchester Medical Center and, in combination with Valley Regional Enterprises and Surgi-Center, became Winchester Regional Health Systems. In 1993 Warren Memorial Hospital in Front Royal joined the system and on November 4, 1994 the organization incorporated as Valley Health System.

644 Inpatient Beds

  • Hampshire Memorial Hospital - 14
  • Page Memorial Hospital - 25
  • Shenandoah Memorial Hospital - 25
  • War Memorial Hospital - 25
  • Warren Memorial Hospital - 60
  • Winchester Medical Center - 495

166 Long-Term & Skilled Care Beds

  • Hampshire Memorial Hospital - 30
  • Lynn Care Center - Warren Memorial - 120
  • War Memorial Hospital - 16

Winchester Medical Center - Opened 1903

Winchester Medical Center, a 495-bed facility, offers a full range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and rehabilitation services, and participates in a variety of clinical trials. Centers of excellence include heart & vascular services, oncology, orthopedics, neurosciences, stroke care, women & children’s services, and bariatric treatment. Sophisticated inpatient services are supported by an array of outpatient services including imaging, wound care and rehabilitation. WMC is the only Level II Trauma Center in the region and serves as the tertiary services hub for the Shenandoah Valley corridor and surrounding counties. The North Tower opened in 2012 and features an expanded Emergency Department, Intensive Care Units and Newborn ICU, plus two shell floors ready for future expansion.

Warren Memorial Hospital - Opened 1951

Located in Front Royal, Warren Memorial Hospital has 60 licensed acute care beds and a 120-bed nursing facility (Lynn Care Center) providing skilled care and long-term care. The hospital offers a broad range of medical and surgical services, including advanced heart and vascular services, such as cardiac catheterization, general and orthopedic surgery, comprehensive physical and occupational rehabilitation, acute inpatient care, medical imaging, sleep lab and extensive laboratory and medical imaging services, which both offer extended hours.

In late 2018, site preparations began for the hospital's 177,00 square-foot replacement facility off of Leech Run Parkway in Front Royal, which is slated to open in late 2020. The new facility will feature all private rooms, a vastly enlarged Emergency Department and an adjacent three-story medical building.

Also in 2018, Warren Memorial Hospital achieved Pathway to Excellence® designation through the American Nurses Credentialing Center, becoming just the 166th hospital in the world to earn this distinction.

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital - Opened 1951

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed facility in Woodstock, VA. SMH offerings include 24-7 emergency services, outpatient surgery, cardiopulmonary services, orthopedic surgery, medical imaging, diabetes management, inpatient and outpatient rehab, behavioral health services, sleep lab, cardiac and pulmonary rehab, wound care clinic, anti-coagulation clinic, wellness programs and health screenings. The hospital is supported by a team of physicians, some employed by SMH and others in their own independent practices.

Hampshire Memorial Hospital - Opened 1959

On January 1, 2008, Hampshire Memorial became the first West Virginia hospital to join Valley Health. HMH is a Critical Access hospital with 14 acute care beds, 30 long-term care beds and an emergency department. In addition, Hampshire Memorial and Valley Health provide rehabilitation and wellness services at Hampshire Wellness & Fitness that opened in Romney in 2007. In 2011 the community celebrated the opening of a new Hampshire Memorial Hospital and Rural Health Center. With the opening of the $30 million project Hampshire county residents have access to beautifully designed facilities that serve as a model for other Critical Access Hospitals.

Page Memorial Hospital - Opened 1925

Page Memorial is a licensed 25-bed critical access hospital in Luray, Virginia, which sees more than 10,000 patients in its emergency department each year. PMH joined Valley Health as an affiliate in January 2009. Services include home care and home medical services, PMH Outpatient Rehabilitation and Fitness Services and Page Surgical Services. PMH also operates Page Rural Health Care in Stanley. Valley Health financed construction of the new Page Health Care physicians’ outpatient office in Luray and the Page-Shenandoah Center in Shenandoah, both of which opened in 2012. With a staff of over 200, PMH is one of the largest employers in Page County.

War Memorial Hospital - Opened 1947

Located in Berkeley Springs, WV, War Memorial Hospital has served residents in and around Morgan County since 1947. Valley Health began managing War Memorial for Morgan County in 1989, and in 2010 acquired the hospital. The community celebrated the completion of the construction of a totally new facility in early 2012. The new not-for-profit War Memorial Hospital is licensed by West Virginia and federally designated as a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) with 25 acute care and physical rehabilitation beds and a 16-bed extended care unit. In addition to those inpatient services, its outpatient services include general and specialty surgical services, a 24-hour emergency department, an all-digital medical imaging department, cardiac rehab, and an outpatient rehabilitation and wellness facility.