Welcome to Mountain States Health Alliance

Medical experts you can trust. World-class facilities and the latest technologies close to your homeExperienced doctors and staff who care and understand the needs of the communities we serve throughout 29 counties in Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky and North Carolina. Mountain States delivers all that and more as we continually strive to bring comfort, convenience, respect and the best possible health care to you and those you love.

13
Hospitals
World-class care close to home
1,000+
Physicians
Putting their experience to work for you
$92
Million
Benefits provided in 2013

Mountain States Foundation

Mountain States Foundation

Helping Bring Health to Life

The foundation provides support to numerous causes that are of great importance to the people of Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Western North Carolina and Eastern Kentucky. The generosity of individuals, businesses and other organizations across the region enables the foundation to fulfill its mission.

More About The Foundation

Mountain States Medical Group

Mountain States Medical Group

Your Health Partner For Life

Mountain States Medical Group includes primary care physicians as well as many specialty and sub-specialty physicians. We have some of the most highly trained specialists in the area.

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Kids participated in a host of healthy activities during each of the two day camps at Hungry Mother Lutheran Retreat Center.
Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Smyth County Community Hospital helps host camp for children with diabetes or with diabetic parents

 MARION, Va. – Smyth County Community Hospital partnered to help host a two-day youth diabetes camp recently at Hungry Mother Lutheran Retreat Center. Day 1 focused on young people with Type 1 diabetes and Day 2 was for kids with at least one parent who has Type 2 diabetes. ... read more about Smyth County Community Hospital helps host camp for children with diabetes or with diabetic parents.

Surviving the Snake's 100K route passes under Backbone Rock
Thursday, July 7, 2016

Surviving the Snake 100K/50K Bicycle Ride coming up Aug. 6 to benefit JCCH; registration now open

MOUNTAIN CITY, Tenn. – Registration is open for the sixth annual Surviving the Snake 100K/50K Bicycle Ride, set for Aug. 6. The event gives riders a scenic, challenging ride while helping support the Johnson County Community Hospital Foundation. ... read more about Surviving the Snake 100K/50K Bicycle Ride coming up Aug. 6 to benefit JCCH; registration now open.

Niswonger Children's Hospital Classic celebrities gathered for the fundraiser golf tournament at The Olde Farm in Bristol, Va.
Monday, June 27, 2016

Newly expanded Niswonger Children’s Hospital Classic brings the community together to support the kids and families in our region

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – The Niswonger Children’s Hospital Classic wrapped up on June 27 after a successful 10-day series of events, grossing more than $1.3 million, the most in the history of the children’s hospital. That money will benefit the region’s only children’s hospital and the kids and families who use it. ... read more about Newly expanded Niswonger Children’s Hospital Classic brings the community together to support the kids and families in our region .

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