Shenandoah Memorial Hospital

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Shenandoah Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed facility that has served its community since 1951.

Valley Health provides outstanding care to residents in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland through a system of six hospitals, and related facilities. Shenandoah Memorial Hospital is a Valley Health facility with offerings that include a medical-surgical unit, 24-hour emergency services, outpatient surgery, cardiopulmonary services, medical imaging, diabetes management, inpatient and outpatient rehab, behavioral health services, sleep lab, wellness programs and health screenings.

Listen to our recent conversation with Janet Michael on the Valley Today podcast about Valley Health's partnership with ...
05/31/2024

Listen to our recent conversation with Janet Michael on the Valley Today podcast about Valley Health's partnership with Blue Ridge Hospice at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. The conversation highlights the available resources, such as social workers, chaplains, volunteer services, and grief support, which are crucial for both patients and healthcare providers. We also discussed the difference between hospice and home health care, clarifying that hospice also provides physical, speech, and occupational therapies aimed at improving the patient's comfort and quality of life. Listen to learn more in the link below 🎧

Our conversation today highlights the partnership between and to offer hospice services () at , a program previously established at . Guests today include Jennifer Martin, Chief Access and Growth Officer & Carlos Galliamore, Director of Strategic Growth and Access - both from Blue Ridge Hospice,...

Congratulations to the Vascular Care Team at Wi******er Medical Center for receiving three stars (the highest score poss...
05/29/2024

Congratulations to the Vascular Care Team at Wi******er Medical Center for receiving three stars (the highest score possible) from the Society for Vascular Surgery’s Vascular Quality Initiative (VQI) for the sixth consecutive year. Our participation in this program supports our commitment to provide the best quality practices and standard of care for treating vascular diseases, including conditions of the veins and arteries. "The distinction is directly attributable to the hard work and dedication of our team of vascular surgeons, vascular physician assistants, database abstractors, office staff, nursing, and hospital administration," said vascular surgeon Matthew J. Borkon, MD, FACS. "It requires a cooperative team effort to achieve this recognition."

Preparing for summer also means prepping for summer's unpleasant side effects. Valley Health LPN, Heather Knight, gives ...
05/28/2024

Preparing for summer also means prepping for summer's unpleasant side effects. Valley Health LPN, Heather Knight, gives us some tips on how to avoid sunburns, overheating, and mosquitoes while still having fun.

Summer is almost here—along with the sun, heat, and mosquitoes that come with it. Although it’s impossible to avoid summer’s unpleasant side effects, enjoying the outdoors in a safe and healthy way can still make for a fun time filled with great memories.

Know someone who is babysitting this summer? Safe Sitter is designed to prepare students in grades 6 - 8 to be safe when...
05/21/2024

Know someone who is babysitting this summer? Safe Sitter is designed to prepare students in grades 6 - 8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings or babysitting.

The instructor-led class is filled with fun games and role-playing exercises. Students even get to use manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue and CPR. Register now: https://brnw.ch/21wJZfT

Upcoming Classes located in the SMH CTS Classroom:
June 4, 2024 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Aug 5, 2024 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

May is National Stroke Awareness Month. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is blocked, or when a blood v...
05/17/2024

May is National Stroke Awareness Month. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is blocked, or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), stroke is a leading cause of death in the United States and is a major cause of serious disability for adults.

For those who have suffered a stroke, and for caregivers, Valley Health offers a monthly Stroke Support Group on the Wi******er Medical Center Campus. All are welcome on select Tuesday evenings from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at the Valley Health Wellness & Fitness Center, 401 Campus Drive, Wi******er, VA 22601.

Upcoming group dates: May 28, June 25, July 23, Aug. 27, and Sept. 24. For more information, contact Rhonda Ragan, BSN, RN, 540-536-3397.

The Summer 2024 issue of HealthLINK is now available! Check out the latest issue including news on maternity care, mitra...
05/15/2024

The Summer 2024 issue of HealthLINK is now available! Check out the latest issue including news on maternity care, mitral valve disease, our epilepsy program, and more.

Click here to read: https://brnw.ch/21wJOnF

Congratulations to Kelly Richardson, RN, who is Shenandoah Memorial Hospital’s 2024 Daisy Award winner! As a nurse in th...
05/14/2024

Congratulations to Kelly Richardson, RN, who is Shenandoah Memorial Hospital’s 2024 Daisy Award winner! As a nurse in the Shenandoah Surgery Center, Kelly has the opportunity to impact hundreds of patients each year, and based on her numerous nominations, she leaves a positive and lasting impression. Not only is she highly skilled at her job, but she has this amazing ability to put patients instantly at ease. We're proud to have Kelly on our team and we thank her for making our community healthier!

The My Valley Health mobile app makes it easy to find and get care. Users can find providers and locations that fit thei...
05/06/2024

The My Valley Health mobile app makes it easy to find and get care. Users can find providers and locations that fit their needs as well as schedule Urgent Care or virtual visit appointments.

To make the healthcare experience easier and more seamless, Valley Health is encouraging our patients and their families to download the My Valley Health mobile app.

To our nurses, we appreciate everything you do to serve our community by improving health. We thank you for your dedicat...
05/05/2024

To our nurses, we appreciate everything you do to serve our community by improving health. We thank you for your dedication, compassion, and commitment to excellence.

Accessing MyChart is just a click away with the My Valley Health mobile app! Users can securely log in to MyChart throug...
04/26/2024

Accessing MyChart is just a click away with the My Valley Health mobile app! Users can securely log in to MyChart through the app to:

💊Renew Prescriptions: Request medication refills with ease.
🥼Connect with Providers: Send secure messages to your healthcare team.
🧪Check Test Results: Stay informed about your health status.
📅Manage Appointments: View upcoming visits and stay organized.

Visit valleyhealthlink.com/MyValleyHealth for more information and to download the app.

In honor of National Volunteer Week, the entire team at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital extends its heart-felt thanks and a...
04/25/2024

In honor of National Volunteer Week, the entire team at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital extends its heart-felt thanks and appreciation to all of our volunteers who enrich the lives of our patients and visitors every day! We have 37 dedicated volunteers who donated nearly 9,000 hours last year, serving in such areas as the Shenandoah Surgery Center, Outpatient Diagnostic Center, the Auxiliary Gift Shop and at the front desk. The money they have raised has been used to provide healthcare education scholarships and purchase specialty items for patients. Thank you for sharing your time and talents and for brightening our day throughout the year!

Healthcare resources are readily available on mobile devices through the My Valley Health app. With My Valley Health, us...
04/19/2024

Healthcare resources are readily available on mobile devices through the My Valley Health app. With My Valley Health, users can:

• Securely log in to MyChart
• Make an Urgent Care or virtual visit appointment
• Find a provider or location
• Get a price estimate or pay medical bills
• And so much more!

Visit valleyhealthlink.com/MyValleyHealth to download.

Just in time for Valley Health's celebration of Volunteer week, April 21-27th, Scott Trivette, Program Manager of Volunt...
04/18/2024

Just in time for Valley Health's celebration of Volunteer week, April 21-27th, Scott Trivette, Program Manager of Volunteer Services for the programs at Wi******er Medical Center and Warren Memorial Hospital joined Janet Michael on this month's episode of Community Health podcast to talk about the 'Benefits of Volunteering.'

Learn more about volunteering at Valley Health: https://www.valleyhealthlink.com/volunteer

As part of our community health partnership with , this month we talked with Scott Trivette, Program Manager of Volunteer Services. Scott manages the volunteer programs at and . Scott emphasizes the impact of volunteerism on the community and discusses the role of volunteers in providing hope and he...

To raise awareness of and ultimately eliminate violence towards healthcare workers, the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare A...
04/17/2024

To raise awareness of and ultimately eliminate violence towards healthcare workers, the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association(VHHA) traveled to Page Memorial Hospital earlier this year to shoot a public service announcement (PSA) featuring two of Page’s finest nurses. The "Help Us, Help You" PSA urges people throughout the Commonwealth to behave respectfully during visits to healthcare facilities so that clinicians can stay focused on providing exceptional patient care. The PSA has been shared with television and radio stations across the state.

Special thanks to registered nurses Vanessa Peters and MacKenzie Watson for their willingness to help spread this important message!

Instances of violence against health care professionals in work settings such as hospitals is rising. Data consistently shows health care professionals face ...

Download the "MyValleyHealth" app and enhance your healthcare journey! The My Valley Health mobile app allows easy acces...
04/12/2024

Download the "MyValleyHealth" app and enhance your healthcare journey! The My Valley Health mobile app allows easy access to MyChart and other healthcare resources on the go. My Valley Health is available to download on Apple and Google mobile devices.

Visit valleyhealthlink.com/MyValleyHealth to download.

Congratulations to Dr. Susan Moose, an internist with Valley Health Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Multispecialty Clinic, ...
03/29/2024

Congratulations to Dr. Susan Moose, an internist with Valley Health Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Multispecialty Clinic, who has been selected to receive Shenandoah Memorial Hospital's inaugural Doctor of the Year Award. Dr. Moose goes above and beyond to make sure our patients receive the best possible care. As Valley Health celebrates National Doctors' Day around the region, a huge thank you to all of our physicians for making our communities stronger and healthier!

Now offering virtual visits with Valley Health Urgent Care! Easily see a provider and get the care you need for minor sy...
03/28/2024

Now offering virtual visits with Valley Health Urgent Care! Easily see a provider and get the care you need for minor symptoms or illness from wherever you need to be. Learn more and schedule a visit at www.valleyhealthlink.com/virtualvisit.

Colorectal Cancer (CRC) is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths for both men and women. The good news is anyone can...
03/21/2024

Colorectal Cancer (CRC) is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths for both men and women. The good news is anyone can get screened, and it's highly recommended if you're 45 or older. Learn more about screenings, symptoms, and risk factors for CRC.

Colorectal cancer is preventable with regular screenings and best treated if detected in its early stages. Surgeons with Valley Health’s colorectal cancer team explain.

Are you at risk of developing diabetes? The Diabetes Prevention Program can help! This FREE 12-month lifestyle change pr...
03/16/2024

Are you at risk of developing diabetes? The Diabetes Prevention Program can help! This FREE 12-month lifestyle change program begins Thursday, April 4. With 16 virtual classes in the first six months, followed by monthly classes for the remaining six months, this program is designed for those ready to make a lasting change. Connect from your home or office to attend meetings! All sessions will be Thursdays, 12 – 1 PM. For more info or to register, call 540-536-5108.

March is   Month, and if you’re over 45, it’s a good time to talk with your healthcare provider about getting screened f...
03/15/2024

March is Month, and if you’re over 45, it’s a good time to talk with your healthcare provider about getting screened for colorectal cancer. It’s one of the most common cancers in both men and women – and one of the most treatable, especially when detected early.

All Americans starting at age 45 are recommended to get colorectal cancer screening. Now easier than ever, this screenin...
03/07/2024

All Americans starting at age 45 are recommended to get colorectal cancer screening. Now easier than ever, this screening can save lives, especially if cancer is caught early.

For the third straight year, Shenandoah Memorial Hospital has been named a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital by the Chart...
02/22/2024

For the third straight year, Shenandoah Memorial Hospital has been named a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital by the Chartis Center for Rural Health, making it the only hospital in Virginia to achieve this distinction. SMH’s sister hospital – Page Memorial Hospital in Luray – has also made the Top 100 list this year. In total, five of Valley Health’s six hospitals are on this year’s Top 100 list.

Chartis recognizes outstanding performance across several measures and names the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals and Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals in the country.

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the U.S. Did you know that avoiding to***co, wearing skin protection in t...
02/22/2024

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the U.S. Did you know that avoiding to***co, wearing skin protection in the sun, and getting vaccinated for human papillomavirus, or HPV, are three ways to greatly reduce your risk of cancer?

Learn more by clicking the link below.

February is National Cancer Prevention Month and a good time to highlight ways to prevent or reduce your risk of developing the disease.

We're pleased to welcome Kathryn Lechner, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital | Behavioral ...
02/15/2024

We're pleased to welcome Kathryn Lechner, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital | Behavioral Health. Kathryn is a board-certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and joined Valley Health towards the end of 2023.

To learn more about Kathryn, visit https://brnw.ch/21wH12C call 540-459-1262 to schedule an appointment.

❤Give the Sweetest Gift this Valentine’s Day❤What better way to show your love on Valentine’s Day (or any other day) tha...
02/14/2024

❤Give the Sweetest Gift this Valentine’s Day❤
What better way to show your love on Valentine’s Day (or any other day) than by registering as an organ donor. Valley Health is proud to support the work of organ procurement agencies, including LifeNet Health, to raise awareness about the importance of being a registered organ donor. To learn more, or register, visit donatelife.net.

Do you know the difference between a heart attack and cardiac arrest? Knowing more about these two heart emergencies and...
02/07/2024

Do you know the difference between a heart attack and cardiac arrest? Knowing more about these two heart emergencies and what to do when they occur can help save a life.

The most common heart emergencies are cardiac arrest and heart attack; however, it's easy to confuse these two conditions.

Valley Health is proud to support and partner with area community agencies, allowing us to work together for more meanin...
02/05/2024

Valley Health is proud to support and partner with area community agencies, allowing us to work together for more meaningful impact on persistent health trends and disparities affecting our region. Valley Health’s Community Partnership Grant program provides eleven one-year grants totaling $200,000 to area non-profit organizations that address critical health needs.

All applications for the 2024 Community Partnership Grants are due by February 28!

Apply today at: https://brnw.ch/21wGHBK

A medical advance directive makes your wishes known to your family and care providers. Valley Health hopes to increase t...
01/31/2024

A medical advance directive makes your wishes known to your family and care providers. Valley Health hopes to increase that number and improve care in our community by enlisting retired caregivers to help you create one at no cost.

Hoping to increase that number and improve care in our community, Valley Health is enlisting retired caregivers to help people create one at no cost. One of these Advance Care Conversation Educators, geriatrician Cyril Barch, MD, explains how the program works.

Respiratory illnesses like Flu, COVID-19 and RSV remain prevalent across our region. Valley Health Urgent Care and Urgen...
01/22/2024

Respiratory illnesses like Flu, COVID-19 and RSV remain prevalent across our region. Valley Health Urgent Care and Urgent Care Express, including our new Stephens City location coming soon, can diagnose and treat your symptoms. Learn the difference between Urgent Care and Urgent Care Express, and which type of care is right for you.

We’ve all been there—you have an illness or injury and aren’t sure who to call or where to go. Valley Health Urgent Care and Urgent Care Express locations both provide care when you need it– but there are differences in the level of care offered.

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Woodstock, VA
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Shenandoah Memorial Hospital is a community hospital with offerings that include a medical-surgical unit, 24-hour emergency services, outpatient surgery, cardiopulmonary services, medical imaging, diabetes management, inpatient and outpatient rehab, behavioral health services, sleep lab, wellness programs and health screenings.

Valley Health provides outstanding care to residents in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland through a system of six hospitals, and related facilities.