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Health Care

Residents’ medical needs are served by Warren Memorial Hospital as well as several local medical offices. From routine immunizations and well-being checkups to more serious illnesses and surgeries, residents of Front Royal can rely on well-trained medical professionals, including more than 30 physicians and nine dentists. From birth throughout life, residents’ health care needs can be taken care of in Front Royal.

Warren Memorial Hospital
(540) 636-0300

Warren Memorial Hospital is a 180-bed nonprofit community hospital located in Front Royal. The hospital is part of Valley Health, a nonprofit health system providing a broad range of clinical services through a comprehensive regional network of hospitals, clinics, care providers, and support services. Warren Memorial Hospital provides emergency care, surgical services, family-centered obstetrics, diagnostic services and more. Lynn Care Center, also located on the hospital campus, offers short-stay skilled and long-term care.

The hospital’s outpatient center on North Commerce Avenue is home to occupational health services, outpatient lab and medical imaging services, outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapies, a fitness program and massage therapy. Physicians representing more than 20 medical specialties are associated with the hospital.

The Planetree philosophy of patient-centered care in a caring, healing environment has been a major influence in the way Warren Memorial Hospital provides health care services.

Valley Health Urgent Care
(540) 635-0700

Valley Health Urgent Care offers convenient, walk-in care for minor injuries and illnesses, sports physicals, flu shots and school immunizations. On-site lab and X-ray services area available. Urgent Care is open late and on weekends.

Saint Luke Community Clinic
(540) 636-4325

Founded in 1996 by a group of concerned local physicians and members of the congregation of Front Royal Presbyterian Church, Saint Luke Community Clinic has grown steadily under the leadership of a dedicated board of directors and the commitment and expertise of a small, mostly part-time staff and numerous clinical and non-clinical community volunteers. Those volunteers include physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, other health care professionals, and clerical volunteers. Warren Memorial Hospital and Valley Health provide essential medical and financial support. St. Luke Community Clinic is a local United Way agency and receives approximately 80 percent of its revenue support from local sources.

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