Marshall University Medical Center
The Marshall University Medical Center provides a technologically advanced focal point for the clinical teaching, outreach and service programs of the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. The 185,000-square-foot center is connected to Cabell Huntington Hospital and the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center through a shared atrium and multiple connectors.
The Medical Center is a comprehensive, state of the art center offering both primary and specialty care outpatient services. The center houses the main outpatient clinics and clinical education support facilities for seven of the school's major clinical departments: Family & Community Health, Neuroscience, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Orthopaedics, Pediatrics, Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine and Surgery.
For medical students, resident physicians and fellows in advanced training, the Medical Center provides a cohesive clinical education environment, allowing them to cross specialty lines to follow patients through all stages of care. In addition to a modern health science library and learning center, the center houses the academic and administrative offices of the School of Medicine.
Cabell Huntington Hospital
Cabell Huntington Hospital is a regional, 313-bed referral center that serves as the primary teaching hospital for the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. Cabell Huntington cares for patients from more than 29 counties throughout West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio. The hospital’s emergency/trauma service is a designated Level 2 Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center. It has the highest patient trauma volume of any Level 2 trauma center in West Virginia. The hospital offers specialized care centers such as the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the Burn Intensive Care Unit and the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. These units offer the latest in medical technology and individual treatment for critically ill newborns, children and adults. Specially equipped air and ground transport services are always ready for patients requiring immediate attention.
St. Mary's Medical Center
St. Mary's Medical Center is 393 bed level 2 trauma center. It is a teaching hospital associated with Joan C. Edwards Marshall University School of Medicine that teaches residents and fellows in may different specialties.
St. Mary's Centers of Excellence in Cardiac care, Cancer treatment, Emergency/Trauma services, Neuroscience, and Orthopedics feature the exceptional technology and medical expertise that make St. Mary's Medical Center the region's medical leader. Advanced medical care delivered with compassion is the hallmark of St. Mary's reputation.
Logan Regional Medical Center
Logan Regional Medical Center is a 132-bed acute care facility and designated Level 3 trauma center.
The hospital offers a full range of health care services in a recently expanded facility. A renovated $1.1 million Physical Rehabilitation Unit opened in 2003. A $20 million Emergency Department and Facility Renovation, completed in 2005, added approximately 42,000 square feet to the facility and renovated approximately 8,000 square feet within the existing hospital. The Emergency Department includes 22 rooms, a portable X-ray unit, a CAT scan, a portable ultrasound, X-ray rooms and three trauma rooms.
The second floor includes the Women’s Center, with three labor and delivery suites, a staging area and a nine-bed nursery with the latest in safety and LDR security features. PACS Technology, which allows physicians in the Emergency Department to make consultations 24 hours a day with radiologists at other facilities across the country, has also been installed. The hospital has also recently purchased over $4.2 million in state-of-the-art medical equipment.