About Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley
Welcome to Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley. Our team of healthcare providers has served the Ohio Valley area for over a decade since opening in August 2005. 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, Ohio.
Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley also operates two additional satellite campuses in Weirton, West Virginia and Wheeling, West Virginia.
Acuity Specialty of Ohio Valley is a Long Term Acute Care (LTAC) Hospital in the Ohio Valley that is accredited by the Joint Commission and specializes in pulmonary and cardiac care, wound care management, infectious disease management, traumatic brain injury, neurologic diseases, trauma and extended care for medically complex patients who are acutely ill and require daily physician’s care. The hospital and its satellites serve to meet the unique needs of the Ohio Valley, Northwestern West Virginia and the Western Pennsylvania tri-state area.
The purpose of this website is to give you as much information as possible about our LTAC and the types of patients we serve. As you navigate through the different pages, you will learn about the many programs and services that Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley offers to the medically complex patient. The photographs on our website are but a few of the many employees at Acuity. They truly are the spirit of our hospital. They bring to life our mission, vision, and values. If, after browsing our website, you have questions please contact us. We would be delighted to answer your questions and/or arrange for you to tour our hospital.
This location features no-pay easy parking, and easy access to the hospital.
After a patient is clinically accepted to our specialty hospital, they will be assigned a room and an attending physician. Each patient will be assigned a Case Manager upon admission. Within 24-48 hours, your Case Manager will coordinate a family meeting to discuss the plan and goals of care.
It is helpful to have the following information available upon admission:
- Personal Identification card(s)
- Insurance cards or Medicare cards
- Living will, power of attorney or durable power of attorney if applicable
- Copy of an organ donation request card if applicable
Do I need to bring any personal items?
At Acuity, we provide all patients with basic toiletry items such as soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, combs, shampoo, deodorant, body lotion, slippers, disposable razors and shaving cream. If you prefer however to bring your own personal toiletries, that is perfectly acceptable.
We strongly suggest you leave valuables at home. The hospital is not responsible for valuables or money kept in your room.
How do you make a referral to Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley?
Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley accepts referrals from hospitals, clinicians, rehabilitative centers, skilled nursing facilities, and families. Our hospital is Medicare certified and accepts most insurance plans, as well as workers compensation.
To make a referral, please contact the Admissions Department at 855-281-5728. A Clinical Liaison will perform an on-site evaluation at the sending facility to assess for appropriateness of admission. All admission determinations will be made and communicated to the referral source. Upon approval of admission, communication of clinical information is coordinated by our admissions department and transferred to the patient’s new chart upon their arrival.
Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley provides care to adults without regard to gender, race, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation.
Thank you for your interest in Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley. We encourage you to tour our hospital and meet our staff at any time prior to admission. If you have any questions please contact the admissions office and we will be happy to assist you.
While you are a patient at Acuity Specialty Hospital of Ohio Valley, you will have a case manager that will assist you with discharge planning. Sometime people need further rehab after their ASH stay. This rehabilitation may be done at home or in an inpatient facility. Your case manager will provide you a list with local Skilled Nursing Facilities, , Acute Rehabilitation Facilities, and Home Health Agencies.
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Acuity Hospital of Ohio Valley – 4697 Harrison Street – 2nd floor, Bellaire, OH 43906
Wheeling Campus • Satellite Facility – 1 Medical Park – Sixth Floor, Wheeling, West Virginia 26003
Weirton Campus • Satellite Facility – 601 Colliers Way – Ninth Floor, Weirton, West Virginia 26062
Mary (mother) and Garrett Holubeck
Click on the link to the right to see a video about Garrett’s care.
I want to thank each and every one of you for your kindness and excellent care. I have had many hospital and extended care stays and I can honestly say that your facility is the finest I’ve ever been in. You all put such love and devotion in your care. The nurses, nursing techs, physical therapy, Pam at wound care, Lisa my case manager and housekeeping are all wonderful people. I’m doing well because of all of you. I miss everyone, but I do love being back home.
Thank you again from the bottom of my heart. Bless all of you and may you each have a Blessed and Happy New Year filled with love and happiness.
“This is a beautiful place to stay, the nurses, aides and everyone I met simply could not do enough for you. If you want to get well, you should come here. I had a private room and I was treated like a queen.”
– Former Patient, Jennie Hutkay