HEALTHCARE

HOSPITALS: BIG-CITY TECHNOLOGY, SMALL-TOWN CARE

Whether it’s a routine doctor’s visit or a trip to the emergency room, residents of the area enjoy an exemplary hospital system along with a host of other healthcare facilities dedicated to rehabilitation, continuing care and preventative medicine.

Marietta Memorial Hospital is the foundation for the Memorial Health System.  It is a 199-bed not-for-profit hospital located in Marietta, Ohio.  Its medical group includes over 150 physicians focusing on 40 specialties. Locations are throughout Washington- Noble and Monroe Counties in Ohio, and Wood County in West Virginia.  The staff of over 2,700 is committed to providing patients with quality, safety and a “personal experience”.

Selby General Hospital, part of the Memorial Health System, is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in Marietta, Ohio.There are over 85 physicians located throughout Washington County and surrounding areas. One of the leading services, joint replacement surgery, has been recognized by HealthGrades in the top 15% in the nation and the top 10 in the state of Ohio. Other services include emergency care; radiology, including the only PET scan in the area; lab services; physical therapy; respiratory services; surgical services; and geriatric psychiatric services.

Less than 20 miles from the center of Washington County, is the West Virginia Health System Camden Clark Medical Center Campus. Located in Parkersburg, West Virginia, the combined award-winning institutions have provided excellent care to residents of the Mid-Ohio Valley for 200-plus years.

Belpre Medical Campus

The new $12 million, 50,000 square foot Belpre campus provides an exceptional variety of high quality medical services all under one roof. 

The campus, located at 807 Farson Street combines the clinical expertise of Marietta Memorial Hospital and their doctors with the ease and convenience of outpatient care. The Belpre Campus shows a commitment to working closely with local physicians and community needs. The new campus has been designed as a “one stop health care facility” that offers physicians in family medicine, internal medicine and several specialty services.