Addison, West Virginia

Webster County Memorial Hospital

Webster County Memorial Hospital

324 Miller Mountain Dr.
Webster Springs, WV 26288
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Webster County Memorial Hospital in West Virginia proudly serves the Webster Springs area with comprehensive health and medical services. From inpatient, outpatient and 24-hour emergency room care to outpatient nursing and ambulance services, their certified staff is equipped to handle your medical needs.

Webster County Memorial Hospital understands quality care can be hard to come by. That’s why they strive to be the local leader for handling your medical and physical needs. They offer a wide range of medical treatments to ensure your optimal health.

Whether you need general care, physical therapy, or cardiopulmonary care, Webster County Memorial Hospital has a team of professionals ready to engage in the creation of a strategic management plan for your physical wellness. This family clinic holds you in their highest regard and will collaborate with a group of experts ready to listen to the needs of you and your family.

Through their in-house pharmacy and acceptance of most insurance plans, Webster County Memorial Hospital is truly your one-stop shop for all your health care needs. Additional services include financial assistance, onsite lab testing and onsite MRIs and CTs.

Striving for quality, integrity, compassion and service, Webster County Memorial Hospital has your best interests in mind. To make an appointment or find out more about their medical services, call (304) 847-5682 or visit them online.

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