BUCKHANNON, W.Va. — Community Care of West Virginia (CCWV) surpassed a significant milestone by expanding its healthcare team to now include more than 500 people across its multiple locations. Community Care’s growth reflects its mission of delivering quality healthcare services to patients throughout its footprint in West Virginia.
Community Care started in 1979 as a single location in Rock Cave. The organization has since grown to include 16 health center locations, 51 school-based health sites, seven pharmacies, and one dental office. Community Care serves over 55,000 patients a year and has provided more than one million patient visits since 2019.
“It is rewarding to see all that Community Care has become,” said Trish Collett, Community Care Deputy CEO. “Our growing team is eager to continue providing the very best care to our patients.”
The recent staff increase coincides with the development of expanded services and programs, including addiction recovery and behavioral health.
“We are honored to have the people that we do at Community Care,” said Collett. “In order to fulfill our mission of comprehensive health care, it is fundamental to have the experienced team of professionals that makes it possible.”
Community Care continues to recruit new team members at multiple locations across the region. To see different opportunities that are available, visit: www.ccwv.org.