Greenbrier Valley Medical Center has a rich history that is very much a part of the community it serves. Greenbrier General Hospital opened in 1907 in Ronceverte and the facility quickly began to play an indispensable role in the region’s development.
In 1974, a new 122 bed, comprehensive primary care facility was constructed at the facility’s current location. Today, Greenbrier Valley Medical Center provides quality patient care and exceptional service to thousands of people in southeastern West Virginia. The hospital is Greenbrier County’s second largest employer with more than 450 employees. GVMC serves as a teaching facility for the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine as well as several other institutions. GVMC hosts a family practice residency program and offers a wide array of medical, surgical, and outpatient services that are not typically available at rural hospitals.
GVMC was acquired by Triad Hospitals, Inc. on November 1, 2000. The facility then completed a $31 Million dollar renovation and improvement project that includes:
On July 25, 2007 Community Health Systems (CHS) finalized the merger of Triad Hospitals. Greenbrier Valley Medical Center continues to flourish and be constant in the care that we provide to the community.
In July 2010 CHS helped expand the Emergency
Department and nearly doubled the square footage. This helped to have x-ray and lab in the ED. There are also private patient rooms that include a dedicated OB, Psych, and decontamination room
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Greenbrier Valley Medical Center is the cornerstone of the healthcare community. Along with the general medical and surgical units, GVMC offers the following key services:
Greenbrier Valley Medical is an AOA accredited.
Postdoctoral Training Institutions for Family Practice. Our goals are to:
Enhance the integrity of the osteopathic profession by promoting collaboration among hospitals, colleges of osteopathic medicine, and physicians.
Provide quality education and training for osteopathic students, interns, and residents sot hey may better serve the nation’s health care needs.
Promote innovation, creativity, and excellence in undergraduate and graduate medical education.
Support the development of osteopathic primary care physicians and specialists who, recognizing the interdependence of the body’s systems and the ability of the body to heal itself, are committed to providing holistic health care.
Provide well-trained interns and residents to improve patient care in under-served and rural areas.
Foster research in areas such as basic medical sciences, clinical medicine, and public health policy.
George Boxwell, D.O., FACOFP
Bridgett Morrison, D.O.
Assistant Program Director
Abigail Frank, D.O.
Family Practice Chief Residents
Matthew Davis, D.O.
Nicole Goddard, D.O.
Family Medicine Residency Program Coordinator
Jennifer H. McClung
Greenbrier Valley Medical Center
202 Maplewood Avenue
Ronceverte, WV 24970
Phone: (304) 647-6529
For more information visit our Hospital Website:
1320 Maplewood Ave
Ronceverte, WV 24970