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Our Region & Locations

Valley Health is a nonprofit health system serving more than 500,000 residents in an 18-county region. Services include six hospitals, eight urgent care centers, wellness & fitness centers, Home Health, medical transport, retail pharmacies, and other post-acute services.

Choose your Adventure

With four seasons of recreational opportunity in the beautiful Northern Shenandoah Valley, our area offers the best of both worlds. Whether it’s hiking the Appalachian Trail, exploring our small towns, or enjoying the city life in nearby Washington, DC, you’ll find it here.

Life in the Region

  • 65 miles from Washington, D.C.
  • Excellent public and private school options
  • A safe and engaging community life, affordable real estate, low taxes, and cost of living
  • Easy access to local, state, and national parks, forests, hiking and biking trails, waterways, historical sites, and museums
  • Access to three international airports
  • Immersion in a culturally rich area boasting Virginia wine country, breweries and a little something for everyone

Northern Shenandoah Valley, Virginia

Steeped in history, with pastoral views, well-established employers, award-winning educational institutions, cultural activities, civic pride, and a sought-after quality of life, the Northern Shenandoah Valley draws young professionals, families, and retirees to its small cities and rural towns. With close proximity to Washington, D.C., a diverse inventory of affordable homes, vibrant downtowns, and an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities, you’re sure to find your sweet spot here in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Valley Health provides four hospitals in Virginia, two acute care, and two Critical Access Hospitals offering hospital-based employment, private practice opportunities, and urgent care clinics, all while practicing advanced medicine in our state-of-the-art facilities with the support you need.

Eastern Panhandle, West Virginia

Just a short distance from Washington and Baltimore, West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle offers a relaxed atmosphere full of history, scenery and small-town charm. Hikers, bikers, anglers, river rafters, and zip-line lovers enjoy this region. With booming economic and population growth, the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia has much to offer. Home to two Valley Health Critical Access Hospitals, and three Urgent Care Centers physicians treat illnesses and injuries for patients of all ages in our new, state-of-the-art facilities in Ranson and Martinsburg. In addition, the West Virginia region holds four multispecialty locations in the Panhandle, nine primary care locations, and one outpatient surgery center.

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