Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center

Ranked #3 in Tennessee

Recognized in Eastern Tennessee

Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center is a general medical and surgical hospital in Kingsport, TN. It performed nearly at the level of nationally ranked U.S. News Best Hospitals in 11 adult specialties, as shown below. It scored high in patient safety, demonstrating commitment to reducing accidents and medical mistakes. Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center has 345 beds. The hospital had 19,313 admissions in the latest year for which data are available. It performed 5,537 annual inpatient and 6,644 outpatient surgeries. Its emergency room had 75,243 visits.

Adult Specialties

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Patient Satisfaction

Under a federal program, most U.S. hospitals now sample recently discharged patients and ask them about their stay. In a year's worth of surveys, here's how this hospital's patients responded to a key question, along with averages within the state and nationally.


Whether patients would recommend the hospital to friends and family:

State Average
National Average
Probably or definitely not
State Average
National Average

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For more about this hospital, see hospital details. The information shown is provided by the American Hospital Association, which compiles data on all U.S. hospitals through an annual survey and from other sources. Hospital ownership, number of doctors and nurses, volume of births and ER visits, and available services such as sports medicine are just a few examples of data collected by the AHA. Find out more at www.ahadata.com.

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Location & Contact Information

Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center

130 West Ravine Street

Kingsport, TN 37660-3837

(423) 224–4000


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