Spencer is a city in and the county seat of Roane County, West Virginia, United States. Originally known as "California," Spencer was chartered in 1858, and named after Spencer Roane (1762–1822), a distinguished jurist from Virginia, who served on the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, and for whom Roane County was named. The population was 2,062 at the 2020 census. Spencer is the home of the annual West Virginia Black Walnut Festival. Points of interest include Charles Fork Lake, Chrystal Water and Power Company-Spencer Water and Ice Company, the McIntosh Mansion, and the Robey Theatre.
Neighborhoods in Spencer, West Virginia
35th St & Noyes Ave, Airport Village, Alvord, Ashby Ridge Estates, Bancroft, Barn Run, Big Chimney, Board Nichols Jennifer, Board-Depue Realty Co: Board Wallace J, Clayton Homes, Cobblestone Subdivision, Eva, First Neighborhood Bank, First Neighborhood Bank, First Neighborhood Bank
Roane General Hospital
Care you can trust...close to home
Roane General Hospital is committed to providing high-quality, affordable health care to all residents of the community. The work we do makes a difference in people's lives.
304 927 4444
200 Hospital DrSpencer West Virginia 25276United States
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My mother had to go to the emergency room twice recently with life threatening health problems. Both times the ER staff were excellent to work with. Follow up care with the cardiac staff has been excellent as well. We feel fortunate to have a hospital like this in a rural location.