Clinch Valley Medical Center, is located in the southwestern part of Virginia. CVMC is a 200-bed facility and the largest acute-care hospital in far southwest Virginia. CVMC is a leader in offering the latest medical technology from PET/CT fusion scanning, 64-slice CT, Women’s Center with digital mammography, stereotactic breast biopsy, Radiation Oncology just to mention a few. The medical staff offers interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, advanced laparoscopic surgery, orthopedics with spine and total joint surgery, Hospitalist Program.The Diagnostic Imaging Department has PAC system, the facility is fully integrated with electronic medical records system.Patients don’t have to live in a large city to benefit from the best that science and medicine have to offer.
Richlands is a very scenic area with an abundance of outdoor activities year round yet minutes from the Tri-Cities Regional Airport.
The opportunity is an employed position in our outpatient practice at Clinch Valley Physician Associates.
As one of the most peaceful towns in the State of Virginia, Richlands is comfortably located in the mountains of Southwest Virgina. Within a natural, scenic area, Richlands is located a few miles northeast of the Tri-Cities region of southern Virginia/northern Tennessee. The Tri-Cities area consists of 11 counties. In each county reside some of the friendliest people in the country. Many experts feel the area is a great place to raise a family, as well as a great place to experience new business or business expansion.
In Tennessee and Virgina the name "Tri-Cities" refers to the region comprising the cities of Kingsport, Johnson City, and Bristol and the surrounding smaller towns and communities in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia including Roanoke. All three of the principal cities are located in the extreme northeastern corner of Tennessee, while Bristol has a Twin city of the same name on the Virginia side.
The Tri-Cities area balance business and pleasure with its wonderful sights and sounds. With a population of more than 500,000 residents, the Tri-Cities area has a built a reputation for having quality cultural festivals of all sorts, as well as providing exquisite scenery with the Appalachian Mountains as a background. Experience fine dining and excellent music of all genres in the area. Whether your day involves fishing in a lake or monitoring a conference call, the Tri-Cities area is a solid place to locate. Entrepreneurs may want to take advantage of new business opportunities in the area, as it is a rising area of interest.
The city of Richlands and Tazewell County nurture a special position in the majestic Appalachian Mountains of southwest Virginia. The area has a rich heritage with beautiful scenery. Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of Southwest Virginia the area is a vacation and sportsman's paradise that lies on the Alleghany Plateau and is characterized by its mountainous terrain. Become immersed in nature's grandeur as you wander off the main roads, hike the Appalachian Trail, or enjoy a pioneering experience in a reconstructed pioneer settlement and museum. Richlands and Tazewell County offer many activities and interest for every age.
We have several arts and culture attractions including the Richlands Area Citizen for the Arts, the Appalachian Arts Center, and the Richlands Fall Festival. The Richlands Area Citizen for the Arts is a non-profit organization that presents an annual performing arts season of plays, events, and entertainment as well as an "Arts in Education" Series. The newly created Appalachian Arts Center is located 3 miles from Southwest Virginia Community College. The arts center serves as both an exhibition space and a marketplace featuring the work of local craftspeople and fine artists. Experience the beauty and artistry of handmade musical instruments, pottery, quilts, beeswax, candles, hand woven baskets, jewelry, fine arts, and more. The Richlands Fall Festival includes crafts, foods, music, and games for the whole family.
Golf lovers will have access to several nearby golf courses that dot the countryside around Richlands. Some of the local favorites include Tazewell Country Club, Scenic View Golf Course, Holston Hills Country Club, Glenrochie Country Club, Wolf Creek Golf and Country Club, and Deer Field Golf Course.
Located in the nearby town of Tazewell, experience a settler's life in the early 1800's as you tour the Pioneer Park Village. Wonder through time in the Crab Orchard Museum Center gallery from the prehistoric period to the 20th Century, looking for wooly mammoth molars, colonial maps, and animals of Southwest Virginia. Crab Orchard Museum hosts several annual events, including the Skirmish at Jeffersonville Civil War Reenactment, the Independence Day Celebration, the Tazewell County Old Time & Bluegrass Fiddlers' Convention, and Frontier Christmas. Cavitt's Creek & Lake Jack Witten Recreation Areas beckon to camping enthusiasts with the perfect combination of unspoiled natural beauty and the practical features that make life easy. Whether you prefer to camp in a recreational vehicle or a tent, this lovely jewel invites you to slow your pace, throw out a fishing line, and watch the wild turkey and deer that calls this place home. About an hour's drive from Richlands, the West End of the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area includes the famous Virginia Creeper Trail, outstanding trout fishing in Whitetop Laurel, and picturesque Beartree Lake. The NRA's largest campground, Beartree, is a great family campground and close to all west end activities. Damascus is a trail hub as four major trails go through the town: Virginia Creeper, Appalachian Trail, Iron Mountain, and Daniel Boon Heritage Trail.