Mission: Wvu hospitals exists to provide a quality healthcare system, including tertiary services, to the citizens of wv and the surrounding region. Equally important, wvuh is committed by law and philosophy to be the primary clinical site for the education and research programs of the wvu health sciences center.
Programs: Internal medicine - the internal medicine department of wvu hospitals provides comprehensive primary care to adults. Coordinated care is provided for patients in both an outpatient and inpatient setting. Members of the internal medicine department provide a variety of patient care services including checkups for health promotion and disease prevention, pre-employment physicals for all new employees, pre-operative assessments, routine care of common medical illnesses, and ongoing medical management and coordination of care for complex disease states.
hematology/oncology - the hematology and oncology department of wvu hospitals diagnose and treat all adult malignant disorders and diseases of the blood, including anemia, leukemia, lymphoma, and bleeding problems. Our doctors, nurses, and staff offer state-of-the-art care in a personalized and compassionate environment. Our services include evaluating and diagnosing cancer and blood disorders, cancer chemotherapy, targeted therapies, and immunotherapy.
orthopedics provides state-of-the-art care to adults and children. Our clinical expertise, combined with cutting edge technology, enables us to provide excellent services for a wide range of orthopedic disorders and injuries. Our goal is to heal and help through surgery, medication, rehabilitation, or a combination of several therapies. Our faculty is nationally recognized and fellowship trained, but we emphasize more than surgical expertise. Along with excellent patient care, our goal is to provide excellent service to each of our patients. Our services include treatment for spine joint degeneration, musculoskeletal trauma, sports injuries, hand shoulder disorders, pediatrics, and tumors.