Colonoscopy testing available at Reynolds Memorial Hospital

A colonoscopy is one of the best colorectal cancer screening tests available. [...]

Gallbladder disease? Come to Reynolds Memorial Hospital

Gallbladder disease affects more than 20 million people across the United States. If you experience sharp stabbing pains in the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, fever and chills, you may be one of the one million people who will be diagnosed with gallbladder disease this year. [...]

What are the symptoms of the flu?

The flu. Those three little letters can make us miserable. Symptoms of the flu can be mild to severe, but let’s face it, when we have the flu, it always seems severe. [...]

CEO with a stethoscope: A message from David Hess, MD

The end of the year is always time for reflection. As I look back over my first year as CEO at Reynolds, I am filled with pride at the accomplishments our staff and employees have worked hard to achieve this past year. [...]

Reynolds Memorial Hospital first in area to offer treatment for peripheral artery disease

Reynolds Memorial Hospital is proud to be the first hospital in the area to offer a minimally invasive treatment for patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD) in the upper leg, a debilitating condition causing leg pain, weakness, leg ulcers, and potentially gangrene. [...]

New addiction serve program available in Ohio Valley

Reynolds Memorial Hospital recently revealed BreakThru, a program aimed at helping people break the cycle of addiction and turning their lives around. [...]

Hospital meets federal EHR criteria

Reynolds Memorial Hospital has become only the fifth hospital in West Virginia to meet federal guidelines for adoption of an electronic health record system. The hospital’s MediTech 6.0 client server system was certified for meaningful use in April. [...]

CEO with a stethoscope: Five reasons to see a doctor today

Patients are being forced to become educated consumers in healthcare. [...]

CEO with a stethoscope: Get to know Dr. David Hess

The year was 1990, my senior year in high school. Many of my friends were choosing biology or pre-med as their majors. My heart was pulling me toward Wall Street. Business seemed somehow in my DNA. [...]