Pleasant Valley Hospital

Pleasant Valley Hospital is 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 health care to residents of Mason and Jackson counties in West Virginia and Gallia and Meigs counties in Ohio.

Founded: 1959

Address: 2520 Valley Dr, Point Pleasant, WV 25550

Phone: (304) 675-4340

At Pleasant Valley Hospital, we are committed to the unique needs of our community. It is our honor and pleasure to serve you. (Mission Statement)

In the 1950s, the Point Pleasant community came together with a shared goal: to build a truly community-oriented hospital. With $5,000 raised by local residents, community leaders purchased 5.4 acres of land and began to envision a medical facility tailored to the region’s unique health care needs. In January 1955, plans were drawn for a 40-bed, fully equipped hospital, at an estimated cost of $550,000.

At a dedication ceremony on September 24, 1959, the community celebrated the opening of Pleasant Valley Hospital. However, dreams for the future did not end there. At that time, Pleasant Valley Hospital was composed of two levels, with one-story wings extending from each side.

Provisions for expansion were included in the final layout plans.

In 1985, Pleasant Valley Home Medical Equipment, located at 1011 Viand Street, opened its doors to meet the community’s need for durable medical equipment. PVH also built a wellness center, with a focus on preventative medicine and healthy living, to serve both employees and the community. In 1994, the center was renovated and renamed the Wellness and Rehab Center.

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Compared to the United States average of 13.7%, Mason County’s average of Medical employment is at 16.7% according to these stats.