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Emergency Services – Russell County Hospital
ER visitation restrictions
Ballad Health is not currently allowing visitors in its hospitals, including emergency departments.*
Exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis for hospice and end-of-life care.
*The ER no-visitor restriction is effective Wednesday, April 8, at 6 a.m. Please read more about these visitation restrictions.
No one plans to visit the ER. It just happens, usually when you least expect it.
The emergency department at Russell County Hospital in Lebanon, Virginia, is open 24 hours a day, year-round.
The ER is staffed by specially trained physicians and other healthcare experts to diagnose and treat emergency illnesses and injuries.
The hospital also features a heliport to accommodate patients who arrive by helicopter or who must be transported outside the area for certain types of specialized care.
About the Russell County ER
The Russell County Hospital emergency room provides you with access to:
- 24-hour physician coverage
- A modern ER facility
- Key diagnostic services, including radiology and laboratory
- Registered nurses who have specialized training and experience
- Intensive care unit (ICU)
- Inpatient treatment
- Respiratory therapy
Dr. Norman Rexrode serves as the medical director for the emergency department. He also serves as EMS medical director for Southwest Virginia.
Need emergency help?
Call 911 immediately if you’re experiencing a medical emergency (or think you might be but aren’t sure).
The ER is located at:
Russell County Hospital
58 Carroll Street
Lebanon, VA 24266