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Count on us for your heart health

Heart health is about more than just your heart. Blood pressure, cholesterol, family history and other factors all play important roles in keeping your heart strong. Your journey to a stronger heart starts here.

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Looking for relief from joint pain?

Aches and pains shouldn’t slow you down. Whether you are living with arthritis, osteoporosis, or pain related to an injury, our team is here to help you get back to enjoying life. 

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Count on us for colonoscopy screenings

The American Cancer Society recommends screenings for colon and rectal cancers begin at 45. A colonoscopy is a screening that helps find polyps that can be removed before they become cancerous.

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Dr. Castello specialized in general urology and specifically trained to solve diagnostic problems, manage severe illnesses other urological disorders. He also treats prostate health, low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, incontinence, kidney stones and general urology. Dr. Castello welcomes new patients.

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Michael Castello, DO

Dr. Eames is a pediatrician who specializes in the management of general pediatric medicine, perinatal medicine, immunization schedules, ADHD, sports injuries, and mild-moderate chronic psychological conditions. Appointment may be made by calling 276.223.0949.

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David N. Eames, DO

WCCH welcomes Martha W. Sharitz, PA-C. Ms. Sharitz joins the practice of Wythe Physician Practices - First Choice Family Care located at 360 Virginia Avenue, Wytheville, Va in the Rogney-Jackson Medical Complex.  Ms. Sharitz specializes in preventive health, hypertension, chronic and acute illnesses, geriatric care, diabetes and women's health. Appointments may be made by calling 276.223.1430.

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Martha W. Sharitz, PA-C

Dr. Miranda E. Cox received her undergraduate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and her medical training at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg Virginia. She completed her residency at East Tennessee State University in Bristol, Tennessee. She holds several certifications. She specializes in primary care from birth to geriatrics with a special interest in women’s health. In her spare time she enjoys beekeeping, spending time with her family, and traveling around the world.

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Miranda Cox, DO

Mrs. Amanda S. Wright is a Family Nurse Practitioner in Wytheville, VA with special training and skill in family-focused general health care. Amanda S. Wright, FNP-C performs preventative, diagnostic and treatment procedures for a variety of acute and chronic diseases, conditions, and injuries. She joins the practice of Wythe Physician Practices Family Care On Main.

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Amanda Wright, FNP

Welcome to Wythe County Community Hospital

Wythe County Community Hospital is located off I-81, exit 70, at 600 West Ridge Road in Wytheville, Virginia. WCCH is a 100-bed facility which has earned the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval. In operation since 1972, WCCH is the only hospital located in Wythe County and provides care to a primary service area of approximately 36,000 individuals including Wythe and Bland counties.

We offer a wide range of health care services, including:

and many other areas of specialty care.

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Wythe County Community Hospital Recognized for Excellence with ACC Chest Pain Center Accreditation

Wythe County Community Hospital provides necessary care, resources to patients with heart attack symptoms

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Classes & Events

  • Jan 6
    Childbirth and Parenting Class
  • Mar 2
    Childbirth and Parenting Class
  • May 4
    Childbirth and Parenting Class
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Colon Health Risk Assessment

A colonoscopy is a screening that can identify cancers early, when the odds of successful treatment are highest. It can also help find polyps that can be removed before they become cancerous.

Whether you begin at 45 or earlier if you’re at higher risk, the important thing is that you get screened. Colorectal cancers are one of the most common cancers diagnosed in both men and women. And while the majority of these cases occur in people 50 and older, the disease can happen to men and women at any age.

Colon Health Assessment

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