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Dear Family and Friends,

We understand the huge toll that separation has taken on our residents and families. We are excited to announce that our Genesis-affiliated Centers will now allow indoor visitation at all times and for all residents (regardless of vaccination status), with the exception of the three scenarios listed below. CMS, the federal agency that regulates nursing centers, has updated its visitation guidance due to high resident vaccination rates and a drop in COVID-19 cases around the country. read more

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Hidden Valley Center

Hidden Valley Center
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4.3out of 5 - 66 Customer Satisfaction Ratings

422 23rd Street, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Awards and Affiliations
CMS 4-Star Overall Rating
CMS 5-Star Quality Measures Rating
We Honor Veterans - Recruit
Quality Initiative Recognition Program

Welcome to Hidden Valley Center which is located in the heart of Oak Hill, West Virginia, just minutes off of Route 19, and has been a part of the community for more than 30 years. We are pleased that you are visiting our website to learn about us and how we may assist you.  We are near the New River Gorge Bridge and the best whitewater rafting around.  We have a specialized Homestead Dementia Unit called Mary’s Garden as well as a Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Unit. We provide short-stay care and rehabilitation as well as long-term Care. Hidden Valley offers Physical, Speech, Occupational and Respiratory Therapy.  All rooms are equipped with telephone service, Direct TV, and free wireless internet. We offer restaurant-style dining prepared by our chef and his team and a full range of activity programs 7 days a week.  As you review our website, we encourage you to call us for additional information or clarification on our services and amenities.

Dementia Care Education by Genesis HealthCare is recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association® for incorporating the evidenced-based Dementia Care Practice Recommendations in the following topic areas: Alzheimer’s and dementia, person-centered care, assessment and care planning, activities of daily living, and behaviors and communication.

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