Why Choose CAMC

Charleston Area Medical Center is a nonprofit, 956-bed, regional referral center with nearly 8,000 employees and more than 700 physicians with admitting privileges.

CAMC is home to a cancer program that has been continuously accredited since 1947; one of the top heart programs in the United States; the first kidney transplant center in the state; West Virginia’s first free-standing Women and Children’s Hospital; the highest level new born intensive care unit, highest level pediatric intensive care unit and one of the busiest Level I Trauma Centers.

 

Research and Education at CAMC 

CAMC has been a teaching hospital for nearly 50 years. On any given day, there are about 800 learners in our facilities. These include doctors and nurses, as well as a variety of other professions.

The research departments conduct, sponsor and support hundreds of clinical trials, multi-center trials and clinical and effectiveness research initiatives annually in a variety of specialty areas.

Visit the CAMC Institute for Academic Medicine.