WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center Receives Top Rankings from Healthgrades

WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center recently received national recognition from Healthgrades, the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals, in three key service areas; Women’s Care, Cardiac Care, and the treatment of COPD. Healthgrades evaluates the performance of nearly 4,500 short-term acute care hospitals nationwide, assessing hospital performance relative to each of 34 common conditions and procedures.

CCMC’s maternity unit received the 2018 Labor and Delivery Excellence Award, which includes labor and delivery, vaginal delivery, C-section delivery and hysterectomy. In addition, the hospital received a 5-Star national ranking for treatment of Heart Failure and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). The awards were presented by Healthgrades representative Alicia Carroll, pictured center holding the award with members of CCMC staff representing each of these honored areas.

L-R, Dr. Abiy Kelil, Intensivist; Cindy Kern, Vice President Quality and Patient Safety; Dr. Brownhilda Santo, Pulmonology; Dr. Bhailal Gondalia, Pulmonology; Toyin Aduloju-Odunaiva, NP, Pulmonology; Alicia Carroll of Healthgrades; Dr. Peter Filozof, OB/GYN; Marianne Dietrick-Gallagher; Interim Director Women’s and Children’s; Dr. Eric Lowden, OB/GYN; Dr. Heather Irvin, OB/GYN; Christine Daniels, Vice President Patient Care and CNO; Allison Maher, Director of Cardiac Services, and Dr. Chip Goddard, Cardiologist


Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety Cindy Kern said WVU Medicine Camden Clark is extremely proud to be recognized by Healthgrades as a leader in delivering high quality care to those who live in the Mid-Ohio Valley area. “It’s great to win national awards, but we are focused on those for whom we care everyday---our patients and their families. CCMC strives for excellence in the care and support of our community on a daily basis” she said. “We are honored to receive their top ratings showcasing our commitment to excellence in the areas of Heart and Lung disease and Women’s Care,” Kerns said. “It’s our mission to be a top performing hospital locally, regionally and nationally, so we are thrilled that we continue to be recognized for our improvement efforts.”