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Long-Term Care in Virginia & West Virginia

Healthier, Together. Trust Your Care to Valley Health

For patients with disabilities or patients who are in need of consistent care, long-term care from Valley Health may be their best solution. At Valley Health, we are committed to the health and wellness of each of our patients and the well-being of our community. Our exceptional services allow patients to remain closer to home while receiving quality health care. This is especially helpful for the families of patients requiring long-term care.

In many cases, long-term care is not limited to medical care—such as skilled nursing, IV antibiotics, and therapy. Many patients also require assistance with their activities of daily living (ADLs) and / or instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs)

Examples of ADLs and IADLs include:

  • Bathing
  • Grooming
  • Dressing
  • Using the bathroom
  • Transportation
  • Housekeeping
  • Eating
  • Toilet care / assistance
  • Transferring from bed / chair
  • Medications
  • Pet care
  • Emergency alarm responses
  • Communications
  • Cleaning / housework
  • Financial management
  • Housework

What Is Long-Term Care?

Essentially, long term care combines different medical services in order to provide personalized care to people with disabilities or chronic conditions for a period of time usually consisting of six months or longer. Nursing homes are an example of long-term care; however, your local hospital may also have a long-term care facility.

In addition, a long-term facility may offer short-term care, such as nursing care, or a form of speech, physical, or occupational therapy.

Valley Health Is Committed to Health & Wellness

When patients choose a Valley Health hospital, they are choosing a health care program that is deeply intertwined with the health and wellness of the community. By providing educational resources and programs, we give back to the community. We also partner with key community organizations to achieve shared goals. As a non-profit establishment, Valley Health boosts the surrounding area economically and is a major source of employment.

We offer long-term care at the following Valley Health hospital locations:

Whether you are looking for trusted long-term care or a dependable health care provider, Valley Health is the answer. To learn more about our long-term care, don’t hesitate to contact our Valley Health hospitals listed above.

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