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Twin County Regional
200 Hospital Drive
Galax, VA 24333

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Life may be complicated, but your healthcare shouldn’t be. We provide programs of care to meet your unique health needs as a woman, including: 

  • Well-woman exams
  • Fertility and reproductive health
  • Breast health, including 3D mammography
  • Pelvic and bladder health
  • Menopause management 

Our team of physicians and medical staff work collaboratively to provide you with care so that you can be the best you can be, no matter where life takes you. If  you are looking for a provider or to learn more, contact our physician referral line at 800.424.3627.

Mother & Baby

The birth of your child is a special moment of your life. You may be excited, eager and anxious about the path ahead.  

That’s why we partner with you to provide compassionate care to help make the road ahead a memorable time. From prenatal care to post-pregnancy health, we’re with you all the way, with a personalized experience for you and your baby, including: 

  • Prenatal classes (Due to COVID-19 we are not offerng classes at this time)
  • Multiple childbirth options, including natural childbirth
  • Invitingly warm environment
  • Private rooms
  • Dedicated medical staff
  • Around-the-clock nursery support
  • Breastfeeding support 

Whether you’re a first-time mom or ready to grow your family, we can help your ‘welcome to the world’ day go as smoothly as possible.  

To learn more about how we can help make your experience one for the memory book, call us at 276.236.1704 to take a tour of our birthing center. 

Take Your First Steps With Us!

Having a baby is a life-changing experience for new parents. It is important to be alert to the signs and symptoms that you may need to seek medical help. Remember: If you or your advocate think something is wrong, speak up! Watch Video: Speak Up For New Parents.