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Updated Visitation Guidelines – 8/16/21

As part of our commitment to the health care of our community, as well as the safety of our patients and employees, Pleasant Valley Hospital (PVH)...

Welcome Sam Badran, MD, FACOG, Surgical Gynecologist!

Pleasant Valley Hospital is pleased to welcome Sam Justin Badran, M.D., FACOG, gynecologist to its Medical Staff. Dr. Badran is a fellowship-trained...

Welcome Ophthalmologist Matthew Thompson, MD!

Pleasant Valley Hospital (PVH) is pleased to welcome Matthew Thompson, MD, ophthalmologist from West Virginia Eye Consultants to its Medical Staff....

Updated Visitation Guidelines – 7/6/21

As part of our commitment to the health care of our community, as well as the safety of our patients and employees, Pleasant Valley Hospital (PVH)...

3D Mammography Offered at PVH

During the months of June and July, the Comprehensive Breast Health Center at Pleasant Valley Hospital is reminding women to schedule their yearly,...

Updated Visitation Policy – Effective 11/17/20

Visitation Policy The following policies are in place effective November 17, 2020 – 7:00pm: General Guidelines: Pleasant Valley Hospital, as well as our provider offices, will restrict visitation to essential caregivers, parents or guardians of pediatrics patient’s,...

2020 & The Importance of Mammogram Screening

2020 has been a year unlike any other. Priorities have shifted. Schedules have changed. But one thing that is still important is your HEALTH. Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths for women in the United States. The good news is, if it’s...

PVH Welcomes ECCC Oncologist and Hematologist Mina Shenouda, MD

Pleasant Valley Hospital welcomes Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center oncologist and hematologist Mina Shenouda, M.D., as its newest board-certified physician to its highly specialized medical staff. Dr. Shenouda is a highly trained and specialized oncologist and...

Stay Well with an Annual Wellness Exam

It’s never been more important to have an Annual Wellness Exam. OLDER ADULTS, as well as people with severe chronic conditions such as heart, lung or kidney disease or diabetes have a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. According to the CDC, the first step...