Weirton, West Virginia (May 31, 2019) – Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley teamed up to support the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. The Acuity team exceeded their original goal and raised $1,141 to help find a cure for cancer.
“The Acuity family is committed to working together to support the health and wellness of our community,” said Judy Weaver, Vice President, Clinical Quality of Acuity Healthcare and Chief Executive Officer of Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley. “As a survivor this has very special meaning to me. It connects me to our Acuity family members who are survivors too while reminding me and others to honor the memories of our loved ones we have lost from cancer.”
The Relay for Life movement is American Cancer Society’s signature fundraiser dedicated to helping communities attack cancer. From team members to volunteers, everyone wants to remember those lost, help those affected today, and give us a home team advantage against cancer. Through funds donated, time given, or awareness raised, communities are teaming up to make a difference.
Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley
The Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley is a 72-bed Long Term Acute Care (LTAC) hospital with its Main Provider Campus located on the second floor of Belmont Community Hospital in Bellaire. Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley also operates two additional satellite campuses in Weirton, West Virginia, and Wheeling, West Virginia. Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley is owned in part by Acuity Healthcare and physician investors who may practice at these locations. A list of physician investors is available upon request.