Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

WELLMONT HOLSTON VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER

130 WEST RAVINE ROAD, KINGSPORT, TN 37662
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About WELLMONT HOLSTON VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER

130 WEST RAVINE ROAD
KINGSPORT, TN 37662

Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport houses one of Tennessee's six Level I trauma centers, nationally ranked cardiovascular care and a Level III NICU.

Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Sullivan County, TN.

Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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Reviews

My wife had our son there and it wasn't a great experience. The nurses had to deliver him as the doctor wasn't available. Then they only have two rooms that accommodate husbands to spend the night. We had to argue to get one and they do not feed husbands. This is our 4th child we are from another state and have had no issues with any of these in the past. Take a tour before giving birth here to see if it will be a good fit for you and your family. (a month ago)

Went through my most painful and scary events in my life last week. My arm had a gash 8 inches long and to the bone in a couple places. They cleaned it out and packed it without anything for pain. I was screaming in agony and trying to come off the bed. Woman looks at me at says "pain won't kill you". Bedside manner was so rude and dispassionate it made me sick! In surgery for 4 hours getting sewn up. Got to my room and then had to get my own call light, phone and move the bedside toilet out of the bathroom. I can't straighten my arm a week later. Nasty drainage and still numb to the touch and still excruciating pain that I'd rather be in labor again. I've even got huge blisters. They don't care! Pain control is no longer their goal even though it's posted in every room you walk in! Went back for a recheck 2 days after the surgery. The surgery intern tells me my bloodwork looked great with no signs of infection. Roughly 15 minutes after the surgery intern walks out, in walks a woman to draw labs. I explain to her that according to the surgery intern, my labs look great. She just turns around and walks out. Too many politicians telling them what they can and can't do and too many are allowing it. Called to reschedule my follow up. Told them all the problems. They can see me next week. Yeah sure, let's wait! I was released but when I made a complaint they said I left AMA! Why did I get a script for antibiotics and care instructions? I had just come back from surgery. I was told there was no reason to stay. I was told I was signing my release papers. So therefore if I signed anything other than what me and 7 witnesses were told I was signing it's on the Wilcox Hall death team staff! They don't care about the patients! It's all about the money! I want our community hospital back! Unfortunately, it's long gone! Greed cost us a hospital built by the community for the community! (4 weeks ago)

Honestly, it sucked. Last time I was there I was with a friend who was in the ER, and it was like they didnt clean the room. There was a bloody bandage on the floor, and a bunch of little trash on the floor as well. The staff was nice for the most part it was just the filthy room that ruined the entire hospital for me. However the hospitals main entrance interior is amazing and looks great, if you're looking for a plus from my experience. (2 months ago)

I never, go to the ER unless I absolutely feel like I need to see a doctor and urgent care is closed. The night in question, I called ask-a-nurse to get an opinion on if I should wait and see my doctor or if my condition needed to be seen to immediately, the nurse told me I should absolutely be seen and so my husband and I went. We checked in at 10:30pm and at 1:45am I still had not been seen by a doctor. I did however endure sitting in the waiting area miserable and listen to others, who where supposed to be in pain or so sick they had to come to the ER, laugh and carry on like a bunch of cackling chickens. Meanwhile, the people who, like me, needed to be seen had to wait and only feel more miserable as the time passed; sitting in hard chairs or highly uncomfortable wheel chairs. I even watched as one lady was taken back twice only to be brought back to the waiting area in tears, because they kept passing her room on and she genuinely felt like poo. I understand that others have more extensive issues and need to be seen first but the people that come in needing care after hours as need care too. Holstein Valley is a great hospital but trying to be seen by a doctor there is like getting into an exclusive club, you got to know the right people I guess. Update: I had cancer and was bleeding from that, I have went through surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatments and as far as they can tell I'm decease free now; hopefully it stays that way! Ironically I had surgery and radiation treatments at Holston Valley and the medical team that took care of me during my stay are awesome, however it was me going to Indian Path ER and the doctor's there that caught it. (3 months ago)

It seems like every time I have visited this place, the staff and Doctors have really good to me. Highly recommend.. (a month ago)

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