HospitalsEmergency Care FacilitiesPhysicians & Surgeons
The nurses are the best thing at this hospital. The hospitalist are the bottom of the barrel. They have a big issue with patients privacy, it's awful, and embellished. Genesis is light years ahead,
2.Wetzel County Hospital
3 E Benjamin Dr
This is the worst hospital I have ever been to. The doctor was too busy yacking with his coworkers to care about the patients. He saw me go to xray and then comes to my room and looks at my injured ar
3.Barnesville Medical Center
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4.Belmont Community Hospital
4697 Harrison St
HospitalsPhysicians & Surgeons, PediatricsPhysicians & Surgeons
Established in 1914, Belmont Community Hospital is a 99-bed acute care hospital. Belmont Community Hospital in Bellaire became an affiliate of Wheeling Hospital in 1996. It offers primary care and sel
5.Sistersville General Hospital
314 S Wells St
HospitalsEmergency Care FacilitiesSurgery CentersMedical Centers
I normally have always liked this hospital but my experience last night 6/22/2013 was the worse treatment I've ever received and I've been there several times. ER doctor on duty was of no help to my c
6.Sistersville General Hospital
210 Charles St
7.Harrison Community Hospital
951 E Market St
HospitalsMedical ClinicsMedical CentersClinics
Harrison Community Hospital (HCH) is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in Cadiz, OH, and has been an affiliate of Wheeling Hospital since 2017. The hospital is truly a community hospital, as m
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