Adyson Stalder weighed 13 ounces when she was born. The experts at WVU Medicine Children's saved her life many times. Today, she's 9 years old and thriving! [...]
Families who find themselves at WVU Medicine Children’s, away from home and struggling to adjust to their new circumstances, can now find resources and support at the Jeff and Vicky Hostetler Family [...]
Cleft lip and palate is the fourth most common birth defect in the country. But with plastic surgery and a team-based approach, patients are having better results and living normal lives. Dr. Aar [...]
- the only hospital in West Virginia with a pediatric cardiac surgery program
- the only epilepsy monitoring unit in the state equipped to serve children
- (as part of WVU Hospitals) the only hospital in the state to receive Magnet® status for nursing excellence. Only 5 percent of hospitals in the country have received this designation.
We provide a state-of-the-art mobile intensive care unit for transport of critically ill pediatric and neonatal patients to WVU Medicine Children’s in Morgantown.