The Largest Health System in West Virginia
The West Virginia United Health System welcomes Camden-Clark Medical Center in Parkersburg to our healthcare family. Click here for information.
The West Virginia United Health System (WVUHS) was created in 1996, to help hospitals and healthcare professionals continue to provide accessible, quality services in a constantly changing environment.
Since that time, WVUHS has grown into the largest healthcare system based in West Virginia.
The Provider of Choice
WVUHS facilities touch the lives of thousands of people every day. Consider the following aspects of our organization:
- WVUHS is the second largest private employer in the state, with more than 11,600 employees.
- WVUHS is the leader in providing health care services to north central and eastern West Virginia.
- WVUHS facilities treat more than 3,600 people every day.
- Every year WVUHS facilities perform 53,000 surgical procedures, more than 607,000 diagnostic imaging procedures, and over three million laboratory tests.
- WVUHS provides a full range of health care services, from family medicine to complex transplant and neurological surgery; from cancer screening to complex Gamma Knife® radiosurgery; from prenatal education classes to comprehensive senior care.
- WVUHS is in partnership with West Virginia University's Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center, the premier provider of health care education and research in the state, and a national leader in neurosciences, cancer, and advanced diagnostics.
Who is WVUHS?
- West Virginia University Hospitals(WVUH), including Ruby Memorial Hospital, Chestnut Ridge Hospital (Behavioral Medicine), Children's Hospital, and the Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center in Morgantown
- University Healthcare which includes Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg, and Jefferson Medical Center in Ranson
- WVU Cheat Lake Physicians, a multi-specialty ambulatory center in the Cheat Lake area of Morgantown
- United Hospital Center, located in Clarksburg
- United Physicians Care, a network of owned practices, at sixteen care sites throughout north central and eastern West Virginia
- CamdenClark Medical Center in Parkersburg, which includes the Memorial Campus and the St. Joseph's Campus.