Grafton City Hospital ready to meet the needs of the community

GRAFTON—With restrictions beginning to lift, as the county continues to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, Grafton City Hospital would like to remind residents that the facility offers top-notch care to patients.

When looking for a provider to help ensure your health is at its best, individuals won’t have to x any further than Grafton City Hospital. Hospital officials would like to introduce some of their providers, to better help residents select the care that’s right for them.

Family Nurse Practitioner and MAT provider Amy Gutshall is ready to assist patients at the Tygart Valley Total Care Clinic, located within the hospital.

Gutshall is a native of Grafton and resides in the area with her husband and three children. She has been providing health are for the residents of Taylor County for over 28 years.

Serving individuals in the clinic for the past two years, Gutshall is available to manage the medical care for the full range of the patient population from infants to elderly. She enjoys primary care prevention, chronic condition management and addiction medicine.

Passionate about addiction treatment, Gutshall is a Medication Assisted Treatment provider in the Grafton Recovery Center. She is able to treat a wide range of addictions including opioids, methamphetamine and alcohol dependence.

Gutshall received her know-how from Alderson Broaddus College and West Virginia University, which allows her to specialize in both Family Medicine and Addiction Treatment.

The clinic is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Their later clinic hours afford families with busy lives the convenience of receiving medical care at their leisure.

Tygart Valley Total Care Clinic is the county’s only walk-in clinic. Patients may also schedule an appointment by calling 304-265-0400.


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