We are a fully-accredited 203-bed acute care facility serving a 10-county region in southern West Virginia and southwest Virginia. Our community-owned not-for-profit hospital was established in 1970 and now offers highly advanced medical technologies and procedures.
We are proudly located in the heart of Mercer County, West Virginia; an area rich in culture, history, and natural beauty. The City of Princeton provides a progressive business environment while preserving traditional hometown values.
Patient Advocate Representative – 304.487.7261
General Phone Number for PCH – 304.487.7000
Medical Records – 304.487.7257
Below is a summary of the emergency services and related health care services that will be available through the PCH Bluefield Emergency Department:
The PCH Bluefield Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
500 Cherry Street in Bluefield, West Virginia – located in the former Bluefield Regional Medical Center hospital facility emergency department.
Princeton Community Hospital is pleased to announce the resumption of urgent elective surgeries effective April 28, 2020. Because of the continuing threat of the COVID-19 virus, no visitors will be permitted to accompany the surgical patient inside the hospital. We request that a family member drop off the patient at the Parkview Center entrance and pick them up at the same location upon discharge. We will communicate with the family member via telephone. An exception to the “no visitor restriction” may be considered only if the patient requires direct assistance from a family member or lay caregiver.
Due to a greater than 100% increase in the number of COVID-19 positive patients in Mercer County between June 15 and June 25, PCH has made the very difficult decision to reimplement a NO VISITOR policy for the safety of our patients and workforce, effective June 26, 2020.
No one will be permitted to be with a patient except for the following:
• One essential caregiver will be permitted for pediatric patients.
• One essential caregiver will be permitted for labor and delivery patients.
• One essential caregiver will be permitted for emergency department patients if the patient is not able to participate in their care.
If an essential caregiver is needed for assistance in patient care (determined by the healthcare team), only one person will be permitted to accompany the patient.
End of life care will be authorized on a case-by-case basis.
Authorized persons will be identified with an armband provided to them at the entrance screening or by the healthcare team.
Additional visitors will not be permitted in the lobby or waiting areas. Restricted points of entry are in place with screening protocol.
COVID-19 testing is still available (just not drive-thru) daily at our main entrance from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., when ordered by your physician.
With your physician order in hand, please come directly to the main entrance for testing.
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