Built by the Community
for the Community
Welcome to Pleasant Valley Hospital, a not-for-profit health care system in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Built by the community for the community in 1959, Pleasant Valley Hospital remains true to its original mission today – providing quality healthcare to residents of Mason and Jackson counties in West Virginia and Gallia and Meigs counties in Ohio.
As our region has grown, so has Pleasant Valley Hospital. Through our partnership with Cabell Huntington Hospital, we have not only increased the depth of our core services but have also developed specialty services to provide truly comprehensive care to our communities. Our physicians and staff work closely with Cabell Huntington Hospital, Marshall Health and the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center to offer the latest treatments, equipment and technology to our patients. When the extensive resources of a tertiary care center and academic medical center are needed, we are able to make the transition to Cabell Huntington Hospital as smooth as possible for patients and their families.
With a full spectrum of services and programs, a highly trained staff and the care and comfort you’d expect from a neighborhood hospital, our facility continues to expand and improve. You, our patients, are our priority. We are listening to you, and we are constantly striving to improve care based on your feedback and health care needs.
At Pleasant Valley Hospital, we are committed to the unique needs of our community. It is our honor and pleasure to serve you.
– Jeff Noblin, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer