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  • March 17, 2020 - Please note a change in our visitation policy due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Visitation Policy

    Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have enforced a NO VISITATION policy, effective until further notice.

    We appreciate your understanding in our commitment to keep our patients, hospital staff and community safe.

     


     

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Política de visitación

    Debido al coronavirus (COVID-19), hemos aplicado una política de NO VISITACIÓN, efectiva hasta nuevo aviso.

    Agradecemos su comprensión en nuestro compromiso de mantener a nuestros pacientes, personal del hospital y la comunidad segura.

     


     

    April 20, 2016 - SSH – Charleston Recognized for Humanitarian Efforts at Annual Conference
    Select Specialty Hospital – Charleston received the Stu Dinney Humanitarian Award during the 18th Annual CEO and Medical Director Conference for the long-term-acute care hospital (LTACH) division of Select Medical. This award recognizes the engagement, spirit and giving nature of our LTACH teams across the country. Named after our former Senior Vice President of Operations who passed away in February 2005, this award celebrates the best of human nature and illustrates the power of reaching out to those in need. Along with the other award recipients, the winning hospitals raised over $43,000 and they volunteered over 1,700 hours to community organizations. Simply put, these colleagues have shown compassion and care within our hospitals and their communities.
    July 22, 2013 - Select Specialty Hospital-Charleston Proudly Serving the Citizens of West Virginia
    Select Specialty Hospital Charleston was the first Long Term Acute Care Hospital to open in the state of West Virginia.  In operation since December of 2001, the hospital cares for approximately 400 patients yearly.  Taking patients from all over the state of West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio it serves the catastrophically ill and injured patients needed a longer stay in an acute care setting.