Updated hospital visitation restrictions
Ballad Health is currently allowing 2 visitors for each patient at a time.
Please note that this only applies to inpatient hospital units and surgery. Labor and delivery units will allow 1 support person and 2 visitors per room.
Visitation for patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 or who are under investigation is limited to 1 designated visitor for the length of their hospitalization. Visits are limited to two hours and must be scheduled ahead of time. Exceptions include:
- COVID-19 positive patients in labor and delivery units, who will be allowed one visitor during the entirety of their hospital stay
- COVID-19 positive patients in the neonatal intensive care unit at Niswonger Children's Hospital and in pediatric rooms, who will be allowed two visitors that must be parents/guardians
Inpatient support persons – or visitors – will only be allowed on site from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. However, one visitor may remain with the patient overnight, and this visitor must be in the facility prior to 8 p.m. Visitors who remain with the patient after 8 p.m. will stay in the patient room. If the visitor remaining with the patient after 8 p.m. leaves the facility at any point during the night, they will not be permitted for re-entry until 8 a.m.
Exceptions may be made during extenuating circumstances or in the case of end-of-life care.
Screenings and face mask requirements
Each visitor will be screened for potential signs of illness and required to wear a cloth face covering, which they need to provide for themselves.
Due to the increased risk of virus transmission, masks with vents and/or valves are not permitted.
These measures are to help contain coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Please read more about these visitation restrictions.
Located in Clintwood, Virginia, Dickenson Community Hospital is a 25-bed critical access not-for-profit hospital.
The hospital campus includes a 5,700 square foot physician office building for Dickenson Medical Associates.
From check-ups, to colds, to chronic illness management, the providers at Dickenson Medical Associates Primary Care can take care of the medical needs of patients of all ages and walk-ins are accepted.
- Cardiac Ultrasound
- Cardio Pulmonary
- Green Oak Behavioral Health (Inpatient)
- Senior Life Solutions (Outpatient)
Home Health and Hospice
Dickenson Medical Associates Primary Care
24-hour Emergency Services
- Wound Care
- Physical Therapy
- Pulmonary Rehab
- Dickenson Community Hospital Accommodations
- Dickenson Community Hospital Phone Directory
- Senior Life Solutions
Medical care and community impact reports
Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
Dickenson Community Hospital CHNA [PDF – opens in new window]
CMS price transparency
Standard Charges file last updated Dec. 30, 2021.
Metrics by MS-DRG*
Dickenson Community MS-DRG metrics [PDF, 16KB], fiscal 2019
View more Ballad Health MS-DRG metrics here.
*MS-DRGs are Medicare Severity Diagnosis Related Groups.
Expand a section below to learn more about Dickenson Community Hospital and our community.
- Awards and Recognitions
- Dickenson Community Hospital is currently operating under a 3-year accreditation by the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP).
- Dickenson Community Hospital Laboratory is College of American Pathologist accredited. This national recognition is for excellence of the services being provided, making Dickenson Community Hospital’s Laboratory one of only 7,000 CAP-accredited laboratories worldwide.
- Dickenson Community Hospital is American College of Radiology accredited for CT Scanning.
- Dickenson Community Hospital Senior Life Solutions Program received the Level IV Quality Award, and Psychiatric Medical Care named Senior Life Solutions Program Director, Brian Steffey, Team Member of the Year!
Shannon Showalter, Vice President, Chief Executive Officer for Lee, Wise and Dickenson counties
Stephen Sawyer, Chief Financial Officer, Assistant Administrator
Robert “Mitch” Kennedy, RN, BSN, MBA, Chief Nursing Officer, Assistant Administrator
Valeri Colyer, Director, Human Resources
Andy Mallory, Director, Marketing & Communications, Northwest Market
Dickenson Community Hospital Board of Directors
Donald Baker, Chairman
James (Jim) Manicure, Vice Chair
Robert (Bob) Leonard, Secretary/Treasurer
Dickenson Community Hospital
- Opened November 8, 2003
- Not-for profit critical access hospital
- Facility owned by Dickenson County Industrial Development Authority
- Operated by Norton Community Hospital
- Added Dickenson Medical Associates – new 5,700 square foot physician office in 2003
- August 2008 – closed Medical Surgical / ICU Units
- August 2008 – reclassified as critical access with 2 functioning inpatient beds with limited diagnosis
- 2010 upgraded laboratory equipment
- 2011 remodeled ED, outpatient testing area, waiting areas, hallways and administrative offices
- 2011 added digital radiology, mammography, Siemens IT Software upgrade, POE, ED Hospitalist