Monongahela Valley Hospital (MVH) is a 210-bed, full-service health care facility with a 225-member medical staff representing more than 40 medical specialties.
Regional Cancer Center
- Occupational health
- Psychiatric care
- Critical and cardiac care
- Emergency care
- Comprehensive oncology services, including:
- A regional cancer center for radiation therapy and chemotherapy
- An inpatient unit
- Cardiac Catheterization and Angioplasty:
- Cardiac Catheterization including balloon angioplasty to provide quicker management and treatment of heart attacks.
- Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), a highly-advanced cancer treatment method.
- A SameDay Surgery Center
- A Women's Health Center
Additionally, MVH's Education Conference Center is a source of resources and support to the community.
With more than 1,300 employees, MVH is the largest employer in the mid-Monongahela Valley and the third largest employer in Washington County. As such, the health care system plays a vital and viable role in strengthening the area's economy by generating revenue into the community through the purchase of products and services.
HistoryThe 100th anniversary was celebrated in December 2002. The health care system traces its heritage to the turn of the century when its predecessor facilities, Charleroi-Monessen Hospital and Memorial Hospital of Monongahela, were founded. The two hospitals consolidated on July 1, 1972, forming what is now Monongahela Valley Hospital. The current facility in Carroll Township opened in September 1978.