Career Information

Valley Health – A Premier Place to Work

Valley Health Systems, Inc., a leader in primary care since 1975, operates a network of 39 healthcare centers and public health programs in southeastern West Virginia and southern Ohio with more than 150 providers and over 800 staff. Dedicated to accessible, quality healthcare for all, we deliver primary care services to approximately 75,000 patients in our service area each year.

Valley Health is actively seeking the following providers in the following areas:

  • Dentistry
  • ENT
  • Optometry
  • Family Medicine
  • Internal Medicine/Pediatrics
  • Behavioral Health – Psychiatry/Psychology

Benefits of Working at Valley Health:

  • Great work/life balance
  • Comprehensive medical and dental coverage with typically no out-of-pocket cost for our primary care and dental services
  • Uniform allowance available
  • Paid time off policy and paid illness bank
  • Generous retirement benefits available through supplemental compensation
  • Licensure/certification reimbursement
  • Employee referral program
  • Opportunities for advancement

For more information, contact Rick Davis, Chief Human Resources & Corporate Affairs Officer, at or 304.781.5105.

Tri-State Area – A Premier Place to Live


Huntington is home to Marshall University and the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. The Cabell County School System is award-winning and has been recognized with a “What Parents Want” award from the national service, SchoolMatch.


Enjoy access to beautiful city parks that include Ritter Park and Harris Riverfront Park in Huntington. The scenic Ohio River provides sporting opportunities for boating and water sport enthusiasts. West Virginia, the outdoor recreation capital of the East, is home to 5 major ski resorts, more than 100 golf courses, over 1.6 million acres of state and national park land filled with lakes and streams. Huntington hosts major shopping and dining districts including Pullman Square. Metropolitan Markets Cincinnati, Columbus and Lexington are a 2.5 hour drive from Huntington.

Culture & Entertainment

Huntington is home to the Huntington Museum of Art, the largest museum between Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Charlottesville, as well as the Heritage Farm Museum, the Museum of Medicine and the Museum of Radio and Technology. Performances are also offered by the acclaimed Huntington Symphony Orchestra. High-profile concerts, films, musicals and Broadway theater performances are part of the Marshall Artist Series. Fans across the region follow the Marshall Thundering Herd Athletics.

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