Quality health care is important and readily available to residents of Four Seasons Country. Five hospitals have created a strong foundation for a regional health care system that is constantly growing to meet the ever-changing needs of the children, parents, and grandparents in the two counties.

Three of the hospitals are located in Mercer County—Princeton Community Hospital, Bluefield Regional Medical Center, and St. Luke’s Hospital, an affiliate of Princeton Community. Tazewell County is home to Clinch Valley Medical Center and Tazewell Community Hospital, an affiliate of Carilion Health Systems. Together they include more than 1,000 beds and a broad range of medical and diagnostic services.

Conveniently situated near the hospitals and in sites throughout the two counties are medical plazas where specialists in fields ranging from cardiology to urology allow families in the region to find the care they need close to home. A rehabilitation hospital, a behavioral medicine center, and a nationally-recognized ophthalmology clinic are just a few of the facilities where state-of-the-art services can be found.

Residents have an abundance of pharmacies to choose from, whether they prefer to deal with a locally-owned business or one that is part of a national chain. And those focusing on prevention can swim, jog, stretch, and dance in the region’s wellness centers. When help is needed, Four Seasons Country offers a selection of home health agencies, personal care homes, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and even a continuing care retirement community.

Whether the need is great or small, people living in Mercer and Tazewell Counties know they can find quality health care facilities staffed by dedicated professionals right here at home—in Four Seasons Country.

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