WVU Medicine Barnesville Hospital launches Telestroke Program with the WVU Stroke Center

BARNESVILLE, OHIO – WVU Medicine Barnesville Hospital has launched a Telestroke Program with the WVU Stroke Center. “Through our affiliation with WVU Medicine, we are able to bring this cutting-edge technology to southeastern Ohio,” David Phillips, president and CEO of Barnesville Hospital, said. “Now, patients will not have to leave the area to receive the highest quality of care.” Read More…

Updated Visitation Policy

General Visitation: Visitors will be screened upon entry to the building and must be masked at all times. Social distancing requirements to be maintained.  Clinical staff may request visitor not be president in areas with limited space. The only area that will be allowing visitors to enter the clinical area are inpatient (admitted), unless exception guidelines are met. Read More…

Dr. Stacy Meeks focusing on Family Medicine, Women`s Health and Pediatric.

MORRISTOWN, OH – Dr. Stacy Meeks graduated from St. Clairsville High School in 2006. She attended Bethany College graduating magma cum laude in 2010, majoring in Biology and was a senior fellow. She attended medical school at University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at Wheeling Hospital. Dr. Stacy Meeks is currently acceptinRead More…

WVU Medicine – Barnesville Hospital offering Antibody Testing

Barnesville Hospital is currently offering Antibody Testing. To get the antibody test you will need a doctor’s order. The test is completed in house with a quick turnaround time and is performed in a joint commission accredited hospital laboratory. What is an antibody test? The CDC said, “Your blood is checked for antibodies, which show if you had a previous infection with the virus thatRead More…