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What does YOUR healthiest life look like? Is it having more energy to play with the grandkids? Feeling refreshed after a long run? We want to help you experience more of these moments, with cardiac care to keep your heart healthier. We offer diagnostic testing, emergency care, and preventive screenings to help you live your healthiest life. 


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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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National Quality Leader

Wythe County Community Hospital has been named a Lifepoint Health National Quality Leader. 

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Dr. Goldin specializes in conditions that affect the urinary tract in men and women as well as diseases that affect the reproductive system. He attended medical school at University of Virginia. After that, Dr. Goldin completed an internal medicine residency at the Medical College of Pennsylvania, a surgical residency at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and a urology residency at the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  He is accepting new patients at Wythe Physician Practices Urology. 

Nathan Goldin, MD, FACS

Dr. Kaplan is a board-certified urologist with extensive experience practicing full scope general urology. He completed his clinical training at the University of California Los Angeles and a healthcare administration fellowship thereafter. His interests include urological education, men's health, prostate cancer, and end of life care considerations in urology. He is married and lives with his wife, a gastroenterologist, and three young children. Dr. Kaplan is accepting new patients at Wythe Physician Practices Urology.

Alan Kaplan, MD, MBA

Dr. Joseph Pazona is a board-certified urologist and CEO/founder of VirtuCare a healthcare company which leverages telemedicine to deliver exceptional urology care to underserved populations. Dr. Pazona trained at Northwestern University for undergraduate studies, medical school, and residency. After over a decade of patient care in rural markets, he founded VirtuCare to improve the accessibility to urologists. VirtuCare currently partners with healthcare systems in Montana, Kentucky, Virginia and Illinois.

Joe Pazona, MD

Ms. Morris is now accepting new patients at Wythe Physician Practices Urology. Ms. Morris is an Advanced Practice Provider (APP) who uses her skills in patient evaluation, diagnosis and treatment plan development through evidence-based practice for the wellbeing of her patients. She is a member of the Northeast Tennessee Nurse Practitioners Association. She was an Honor Society Nominee at East Tennessee University, Johnson City TN where she completed her Master of Science in Nursing.

Katherine Morris, FNP

Dr. Cramer specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases of the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Neurological diseases and conditions can affect nearly every part of your body and affect both adults and children. Dr. Cramer welcomes new patients.

Jill Cramer, MD

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 Receives Environmental Excellence Award

Wythe County Community Hospital is proud to announce it has received the Environmental Excellence Award from Stryker’s Sustainability Solutions. This designation is reserved for select...

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Classes & Events

  • Jul 13
    Childbirth & Newborn Education
  • Sep 7
    Childbirth & Newborn Education
  • Sep 7
    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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