Audiology/Hearing Aids

Most hearing problems, however, (no matter what age) can be corrected, either medically, surgically, or by the use of today’s modern hearing aids. Our audiologists offer hearing evaluations and fittings for hearing aids. More


Behavioral Health

At Valley Health, we are committed to our patients’ overall health – both body and mind. With psychiatry, psychology and counseling services, our behavioral health providers can help patients achieve happier, more fulfilling lives. More



The mouth is the gateway to the entire body. It is very important to keep a healthy mouth. It is recommended that all children have their first dental visit by age one. Routine teeth cleanings are recommended at least twice each year for all ages to prevent cavities, gingivitis and other gum disease. More


Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)

Our highly qualified group of certified physicians and surgeons are dedicated to the integrated diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, throat and related head and neck structure. More


Family Medicine

Valley Health offers primary and preventative care services.  Family practice serves as the foundation for continuing and comprehensive healthcare for you and your family. More


Internal Medicine

Valley Health internal medicine doctors are board certified and available to meet the specialty needs concerned with diagnosis, management and nonsurgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases within the adult population. More


Lab, X-Rays and Ultrasounds

Each Valley Health site offers lab services and on-site lab draws.  There is a central laboratory housed within our system that handles the processing of all lab specimens. We also provide X-rays and ultrasounds at select sites. More



The Valley Health team of obstetricians, certified nurse midwives and nurse practitioners offer complete women’s care including routine pap smears and exams, prenatal and delivery care, through menopause and beyond.  In addition, we provide 4-D ultrasound for both gynecologic and obstetric health concerns, and osteoporosis screening with a bone-density scanner. More



Eyesight is very important, and Valley Health’s team has years of experience and training to provide the best in complete eye care. Patients are encouraged to schedule regular eye and optometry exams to ensure optimum eye health and prevent blindness. We also offer a variety of frames and contact lenses. More



Our qualified pediatricians are right in your neighborhood offering a variety of services geared toward children of all ages to give them the healthy start they need. More



Located at Valley Health – East Huntington and Valley Health – Huntington, our pharmacy is open to serve your prescription needs. More



Valley Health offers healthcare services at many schools throughout the region with health centers that are open most days when school is in session. Students may be seen by appointment, on a walk-in basis and if necessary before or after school. To receive treatment from the physician or nurse practitioner, students must be enrolled in the health center except at Mountwest. More


Specialized Health Programs

Black Lung

Valley Health Systems provides specialized respiratory care and ancillary services for patients with occupational lung diseases.  Three of Valley’s primary care centers, Upper Kanawha, Harts and Stepptown, offer services to workers with black lung, silicosis and asbestosis.  Valley services include an array of diagnostic, treatment and benefits counseling options.

Harmony House – Healthcare for the Homeless

Valley Health has a partnership with the Cabell-Huntington Coalition for the Homeless to provide health care to those who are homeless in the Huntington area. More


WIC (Nutrition)

Valley Health administrates WIC, The Supplemental Nutrition Program for (Women, Infants and Children). Valley Health WIC Program provides services to more than 12,500 participants from eight clinics in the six counties of Boone, Cabell, Kanawha, Lincoln, Putnam and Wayne.  WIC provides nutritious food, individual counseling and nutrition education, breastfeeding promotion and support, and referrals to other needed services.   Families visit WIC four times a year and receive three months of food vouchers for each participant (two of these visits include growth and nutrition assessment).

WIC serves pregnant and post-partum women, infants and children up to the age of 5 years old whose families are of low-to moderate-income (up to 185% of the federal poverty level) and others who qualify for a medical card.  The program is for all kinds of families: married and single parents, working or not working, receiving other types of aid, or not participating in any other programs.

Visit WV WIC at for program information or to preregister. More