J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, the largest facility in the WVU Hospitals family, provides the most advanced level of care available to the citizens of West Virginia and bordering states. Our staff consists of highly-trained, dedicated professionals who are trained in the latest techniques and technologies — and are also skilled in the art of caring. Read More >>
WVU Medicine Children’s in Morgantown is a first choice for families across West Virginia and surrounding areas who are in need of advanced medical care. We are proud of the level of treatment and support we are able to provide to our community and the children and families throughout our state. Read More >>
Camden Clark is the leading regional medical center in the mid-Ohio Valley region. We are known for providing high-quality, comprehensive, state-of-the-art care. Our mission is to meet the health care needs of the Parkersburg, West Virginia, community for a lifetime. We fulfill that mission daily with the finest staff who consistently provide the finest care. Read More >>
Reynolds Memorial Hospital is a nonprofit, acute-care community hospital located in Glen Dale, West Virginia. With 90 beds and a 20-bed Skilled Nursing Unit, Reynolds is dedicated to providing quality care to patients and the community at a reasonable cost, with compassion and sincere concern.
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We provide high quality patient focused care to meet the needs of each individual in our community. The hospital work force will be educated, trained, organized, and responsible for providing these individuals and their communities with high quality, cost-effective, and compassionate services which improve health status and promote community wellness. Read More >>
Our flagship location is in Morgantown on the West Virginia University Health Sciences campus, conveniently located just steps away from Ruby Memorial Hospital. MBRCC is recognized by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer for providing the best in cancer care. Read More >>
To meet the growing demand in West Virginia and surrounding states for complex orthopaedic care, WVU Medicine has designated a floor at its flagship, J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, as a 22-bed Bone and Joint Hospital. This hospital within a hospital complements WVU Medicine’s existing outpatient orthopaedic clinics. Read More >>