The mountains. The air. The culture. The people. No matter where you live in our scenic region, or if this is your home away from home for a few weeks a year, you’ve been helped by Bath Community Hospital. Now we need your help to bring it home.
Bath Community Hospital is a not-for-profit critical access hospital with a licensed capacity of 25 beds which include skilled nursing care beds.
Whether your home is in the Alleghany Highlands or you are just visiting, our doctors and nurses are committed to providing the care your family needs.
Bath Community Hospital Skilled Care is for patients who need skilled nursing care and rehabilitation after a hospitalization for an illness or surgery.
Bath Community Hospital is a not-for-profit, critical access hospital committed to providing high-quality, mission driven health care. Our hospital has a licensed capacity of 25 beds for acute or skilled care. The medical staff, nursing staff, and other health care professionals all function as a multidisciplinary team to ensure seamless delivery of care for all of our patients. We provide twenty-four hour emergency services, as well as a select range of diagnostic services, rehabilitative services and specialty.
Here at Bath Community Hospital we never forget our mission, and we know that the people who come to our hospital are our friends and neighbors. We’re proud to offer quality care to our community.
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Here at Bath Community Hospital we never forget our mission, and we know that the people who come to our hospital are our friends and neighbors.
Bath Community Hospital Foundation now provides Online Giving—a convenient and safe way to make a one-time or recurring donation.
Bath Community Hospital Elects New Board of Directors
Bath Community Hospital is pleased to announce the following changes to its board of directors.
Bath Community Hospital set to start their 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment
Bath Community Hospital is currently making plans for their Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for 2015. The CHNA is a systematic collection, assembly, analysis, and dissemination of information about the health of the community.