The CAMC Health System was created in 1984 to meet the challenges of providing the highest level of health services to West Virginians, pulling together several hospitals with a history of community service dating back to 1895. Nearly 7,000 people work for companies within the CAMC Health System at multiple sites. CAMC Health System is the non-profit parent corporation of multiple hospitals and health care companies, which include:
CAMC is the flagship of the CAMC Health System and includes CAMC General Hospital, CAMC Memorial Hospital, CAMC Teays Valley Hospital and CAMC Women and Children's Hospital.
Board of Trustees
The CAMC Foundation is the fundraising organization for Charleston Area Medical Center. The foundation accepts gifts from individuals, businesses and foundations. Funds support programs and services related to patient care, education and research.
Board of Directors
CAMC Foundation website
The CAMC Institute provides continuing medical education, outreach education and research support to physicians and allied medical professionals in West Virginia. CAMC Institute also operates schools of cytotechnology and nurse anesthesia as well as the graduate medical, pharmacy and psychology residency programs jointly directed by the institute, WVU-Charleston Division and the community hospital track jointly directed by CAMC/WVSOM.
Board of Directors
CAMC Institute website
Health Care Financial Services is a health care collections firm which provides collection and billing services to area health care providers. For more information, visit the HCFS website or call (304) 345-4371.
CAMC is a member of the Partners in Health Network - a group of hospitals, health clinics and county health departments working together to improve the delivery of health care services across Southern West Virginia.
A statewide aeromedical service coordinated through a joint venture among CAMC, West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. and Cabell-Huntington Hospitals. Each hospital serves as home base for a med-evac helicopter.
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University/Charleston Division - a branch of the Morgantown-based medical school and has been a part of CAMC's Memorial Hospital campus since 1972. More than 100 third-and fourth-year WVU medical students and more than 100 CAMC residents, supervised by WVU faculty, choose to continue their education in Charleston each year.