PCH Patient Portal

Princeton Community Hospital offers secure accessing of patient information through our Patient Portal as a service to patients who wish to view parts of their medical records. Click here to learn more.

To request a copy of your medical records from Princeton Community Hospital, you will need to complete our “Access Request Form.” For a printable three-page PDF Access Request Form, please click here.

Community Health Needs Assessment 2016

We invite you to complete a survey to assist our hospital in assessing the needs of our community. Click here to access the survey.

f you believe an error was made in the documentation on your record, please complete the "Request for Amendment of Protected Health Information (PHI) Form" and return it by either faxing to 304-487-7549, e-mailing to pofficer@pchonline.org, mailing to Princeton Community Hospital, P.O. Box 1369, Princeton, WV 24740, or by coming to the Medical Records Department at PCH, Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please click here to download and print the three-page "Request for Amendment Form." You do not need to fill out the third page. That is for PCH use only. Once we receive your completed form, your request will be reviewed by the author of your health information.

As a patient of Princeton Community Hospital, you are provided access to Certified Application Counselors to help you understand and select health insurance coverage options that are available through the Federal Healthcare Insurance Marketplace. For additional information, please call 304-487-5105. For individuals who are not currently a patient at our facility, navigators in your area and assistance related to the Healthcare Insurance Marketplace may be found by calling Theresa Hicks at 800-437-1207.

Changing lives today, and every day

At Princeton Community Hospital, we’re changing lives in southern West Virginia with superior health care delivered with understanding and compassion.
Our capabilities are state-of-the-art, including our-best-in-the-region orthopaedic care and imaging technologies. Our physicians are highly trained and experienced. They’re also longtime members of our community with faces that you know and trust.

We’re about skilled medical care. We’re about lifesaving diagnostic procedures. We’re about helping you achieve your best health so you can enjoy everything life has to offer. And we’re right here, whenever you need us.

2012 Community Health Needs Assessment

SafeKids.org Infographic

With an average of 44 kids getting hit while walking every day in the U.S., it’s time for action. SafeKids.org has developed a new infographic called "How Not to Get Hit by a Car" that we can share!

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