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Russell County Medical Center
Russell County Medical Center in Lebanon, Virginia, is a not-for-profit, 78-bed hospital dedicated to bringing quality healthcare to Southwest Virginia.
As a community hospital we offer a full array of primary care and some specialty services, including behavioral health. Russell County Medical Center is certified as one of the American Heart Association's Get with the Guidelines™ facilities.
Our services include:
The Clearview Psychiatric Center opened its doors in August 1987 and has been providing behavioral health services to residents of Russell County and surrounding areas ever since.
In the fight against cancer, the Regional Cancer Center is on the front lines, right here at home. With our exceptional physicians, team members and advanced technology, cancer has met its match.
Russell County Hospital offers comprehensive sleep services for those who suffer from sleep disorders.
Convenient direct lab testing is available at Russell County Medical Center. Physician referral is not required. It is convenient, affordable and fits into your busy lifestyle.
The Emergency Room at Russell County Medical Center is staffed 24 hours a day year-round with specially trained physicians, registered nurses and healthcare personnel to provide diagnosis and treatment for illness and injuries.
Hospice care is about quality of life, regardless of the time that remains. It affirms quality of life and provides comfort care, spiritual care and emotional care while maintaining patient dignity.
Located on the right side of the hospital and accessible through its own entrance is the modern outpatient surgery center, used extensively by patients whose surgery does not necessitate an overnight stay.
Russell County Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment (PDF) - Opens in new window
If you need to spend the night in Lebanon, VA, or are looking for refreshment while visiting at Russell County Hospital, see our Amenities page.