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Mountain View Regional Hospital

About

310 Third Street, NE
Norton, VA 24273
(276) 679-9100
36.944515
-82.625227

 

Mountain View Regional Hospital is a full-service hospital that has served Norton, Va., and the surrounding region since 1948.

A facility of Lonesome Pine Hospital, Mountain View provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services to the community.

Visiting hours

  • General visiting hours: Open visiting hours daily

Key services

  • ER providing 24-hour emergency care
  • Medical/surgical
  • Pediatrics
  • Intensive care
  • Long-term care
  • Laboratory
  • Radiology
  • Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation

Emergency department

The Mountain View ER is located on the 2nd floor of the hospital and is staffed with highly qualified physicians and nurses, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Our department provides treatment for most types of injuries and illnesses, from cardiovascular crises to scrapes, bruises and sprains.

Our staff provides fast treatment through our ProMed Patient Information System.

Inpatient and outpatient surgery

The decision to have surgery is one that is well thought out by both you and your doctor. Our surgical unit relies on a talented and diversified team of physicians, CRNA's, nurses and technicians to make certain you have the best outcomes from your procedure.

Skilled physicians and outstanding surgical nursing and support staff possess specialized knowledge and experience in preoperative and postoperative care.

Our experienced team of surgeons represents specialties ranging from ortho to general surgery. Our services also include laparoscopic, bronchoscopic, endoscopic, gynecologic, orthopedic, oral and urology.

Intensive care / step-down unit

The Intensive Care Unit at Mountain View is a 4-bed unit utilizing state of the art technology. The unit is staffed with a highly qualified, caring staff providing excellent care. Our patients include medical, cardiac, post-surgical, and minor trauma. Our patients are monitored 24-hours by station based monitors.

The step-down Unit is a 4-bed unit designed to serve as an intermediate level of care adjacent to the ICU. The focus is adult and geriatric patients who require closer observation than can be provided on the Medical/Surgical Unit.

Teamwork is evidenced by the presentation of care you will be receiving from all disciplines within the hospital.

Medical / surgical unit

The medical/surgical unit at Mountain View is a 42-bed unit specializing in acute care treatment and post-operative recovery. Our team of experienced nurses provides compassionate, quality care centered around you our customer and your needs.

Skilled / long-term care unit

Mountain View skilled/long-term care unit is a 44-bed dual-certified unit specializing in long-term care and skilled care. Our tenured, compassionate staff pride themselves in providing the highest quality care to our long-term care residents and skilled patients. Our residents love us!

Our Skilled Care services specialize in your recovery after your hospital stay while you regain your strength and resume daily life. You will have daily opportunity to work with our Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Respiratory Therapist depending on your level of need and specific condition.

Recovery time can vary after a hospital stay, but at Mountain View you will no longer have to leave the hospital and move to another facility when you need a few more day to recover before going home. You can depend on close-by, expert care for yourself or your loved ones, all in the same building on our 4th floor.

If you find that you or your loved one is in need of skilled care services following a stroke, fall, surgical procedure or hospital stay; Mountain View is the right choice.

Individual treatment, attentive care, and convenience in our home-like atmosphere all add up to a faster recovery.

Leadership

  • Dale Clark, president, Mountain View Regional Hospital and Lonesome Pine Hospital
  • Regina Day, executive director of finance, community hospital division

Community Health Needs Assessment

Mountain View Regional and Lonesome Pine Hospital – Community Health Needs Assessment [PDF] – document opens in new window

 

What's New

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Lindy White named president of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations

Lindy White, who has more than 20-years experience in healthcare leadership in Northeast TN and Southwest VA, is returning as the president of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations. She will serve as CEO of Holston Valley Medical Center and Indian Path Community Hospital, and all outpatient services. ... read more about Lindy White named president of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

State experts weigh in on Ballad Health plans

Independent experts throughout the state of Tennessee have begun weighing in on Ballad Health’s proposal to regionalize care for infants. ... read more about State experts weigh in on Ballad Health plans.

Monday, November 26, 2018

Ballad Health Foundation hosts first Night of Hope and Miracles event, benefitting Niswonger Children’s Hospital

The first-ever Night of Hope and Miracles event will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, at MeadowView Conference Resort & Convention Center. Proceeds will support Niswonger Children’s Hospital, which provides local babies and children with access to lifesaving treatment, care and technology. ... read more about Ballad Health Foundation hosts first Night of Hope and Miracles event, benefitting Niswonger Children’s Hospital .

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What's New

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Lindy White named president of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations

Lindy White, who has more than 20-years experience in healthcare leadership in Northeast TN and Southwest VA, is returning as the president of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations. She will serve as CEO of Holston Valley Medical Center and Indian Path Community Hospital, and all outpatient services. ... read more about Lindy White named president of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

State experts weigh in on Ballad Health plans

Independent experts throughout the state of Tennessee have begun weighing in on Ballad Health’s proposal to regionalize care for infants. ... read more about State experts weigh in on Ballad Health plans.

Monday, November 26, 2018

Ballad Health Foundation hosts first Night of Hope and Miracles event, benefitting Niswonger Children’s Hospital

The first-ever Night of Hope and Miracles event will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, at MeadowView Conference Resort & Convention Center. Proceeds will support Niswonger Children’s Hospital, which provides local babies and children with access to lifesaving treatment, care and technology. ... read more about Ballad Health Foundation hosts first Night of Hope and Miracles event, benefitting Niswonger Children’s Hospital .