Whether you are visiting our main campus or one of our many clinics throughout the region, you can be sure that you are receiving world-class heart and vascular care.
The WVU Heart and Vascular Institute is anchored in Morgantown, West Virginia. The WVU Heart and Vascular Institute Morgantown clinic treats adult patients who need services related to cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, thoracic surgery, and cardiac rehabilitation.
To serve patients throughout the surrounding region, the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute has several other clinics in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. We partner with nearby hospitals and offer the same cutting-edge treatments at these outlying facilities that we do in Morgantown.
Main Campus Clinical Procedures and Surgeries
Many advanced vascular or structural heart procedures are performed at the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute main campus location in Morgantown. This is also home to J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, WVU Medicine’s flagship.
Where to go when you arrive
Patients should enter via the south entrance of the south tower. This is the main entrance to the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute.
Patient parking is located in front of the hospital. Valet services are also available to assist, helping make dropping off and picking up patients easier and more convenient.
State-of-the-art Hybrid Operating Rooms
The rooms are part of an overall design scheme that streamlines inpatient and outpatient care for both patients and providers. Rather than have patient clinic appointments, diagnostic imaging and lab work, and procedures performed in three different places, the design of the tower allows all of those visits to happen in one building. Read more about our hybrid operating rooms.
For more information and resources for patients, family members, and visitors in the Morgantown area such as hospital policies, travel information, billing, amenities and more click here.
Heart Surgery Guide
In this heart surgery guide, you will find vital information about the days leading up to and following your surgery for you and your family. We ask you to bring this guide to all of your appointments. It will allow you to follow your surgery progress and address any specific concerns you may have about your procedure. It is our wish that this detailed information answers your questions about what to expect from your surgery and, most importantly, allows you to trust us with your heart.